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Sylvia has been an employee at E.I. DuPont for 19 years as a Physical Testing Lab Technician.  Additionally, I am the Business Administrator for Wall2Wall Remodeling & Repair LLC.  Sylvia is Blessed to be married to her husband, Tyrus, for 29 years and counting!  Although she has no biological children Sylvia is fortunate to be called Godmother by many. In 2004, The Ladies of Elegance, Inc. was birthed out of a desire to promote the importance of annual health screenings and encourage those diagnosed with cancer and sickle cell disease. Always a social butterfly, she was raised to treat people the way she would want to be treated.  During her free time, Sylvia enjoys shopping, performing group workouts, traveling, spending time with family & friends and relaxing. Sylvia wanted to develop an organization that would be a blessing to the community. Although we may not be able to help or save everyone if we can help or save one or two along the way, it's all worth it!

Sylvia's motto is "Let's Do It Right Or Not At All"

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 Helen is a retiree from Nabisco after 32 years of service. She has been married for 25 years, Helen has one daughter, 2 stepsons, and 14 grandchildren. She likes to read which encouraged her to start  "E`manon" Book Club 14 years ago. Helen loves to entertain and believes God has Blessed her to be a caregiver to many. Helen has been a huge supporter of The Ladies of Elegance, Inc. for many years. She loves the passion and hard work that the organization does. Helen wanted to be a part of an organization that cares just as much just as she does. She wants to continue to be a Blessing in any way she can. 

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Hattie Harveya is a  20 year Breast Cancer Survivor retired from SunTrust Bank in 2015 after a 43-year career in the financial world. Hattie is one of 16 children with 14 of them surrounding her with love and support. Married to her childhood sweetheart Cleveland they have a son Brian, and a daughter Morgan; one grandson Brandon.  Starting a new way of living with this disease makes you realized that life is precious and time is not to be wasted.  I found that helping others also helped me.  My goal is always to put God first and he will lead you where he wants and needs you to serve his purpose.   Sylvia and I met at the Making Strides kick off breakfast campaign about 8 years ago and our friendship grew so fast because of her kind and loving spirit and her genuine concern for my health lead me to her organization after my retirement, “The Ladies of Elegances”…following her lead me to  Remember “God’s Got This!”   Put your Trust in him.

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My name is Dinah Mathis. I am from Rosehill, North Carolina. I am the mother of a beautiful daughter, Dionniah, and the grandmother of 3 wonderful grandchildren, who affectionately know me as Nana. I am the Assistant Director at the Child Development Center on Fort Lee. I have been in Early Childhood Education for over 15 years. I enjoy planning and decorating for events to include but not limited to; Church Anniversaries, Pastoral Anniversaries, Galas, Birthday parties and Weddings. My desire is to have a positive impact on everyone I meet.

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Carolyn Hancock (KK) is a 14-year breast cancer survivor.  She is retired from Honeywell, loves the Lord, her family, working in her yard, and loves to cook. She has 6 children, 9 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren all of whom are the love of her life.  Ms. KK is a dedicated supporting member of The Ladies of Elegance, Inc. She is a cheerful willing worker and unselfishly helps anyone in any way she possibly can. Lastly this young lady LOVES to dance. This is just a few attributes of our adorable Ms. KK.

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