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Dymphna (Dana) Martin Ferreria-Elzie

July 23, 1968 — February 26, 2024

Las Vegas

In memory of our beloved mother, Dymphna Dana Martin Ferreria-Elzie, who peacefully transitioned from this world on February 26, 2024, and earned her wings to Heaven. She will continue to be our guiding light and the very essence of love, strength, and compassion within our family. As we write these words through tear-filled eyes, our hearts overflow with gratitude for the countless blessings she showered upon us all as a mother, wife, grandmother, daughter, sister, auntie, cousin, and friend.


With her warmest embrace and unwavering love, she shaped each of us three devoted children into who we are today. More than a parent, she was our confidante, a mentor, and closest friend. Through life’s highs and lows, her wisdom, gentleness, and unconditional support illuminated our paths. She poured her heart into ensuring our well-being, often sacrificing her own desires to see us happy, healthy, and successful. Her tender guidance instilled in us the values of kindness, compassion, and resilience. Adored by her four grandchildren, she was a constant source of affection and joy, filling their lives with laughter and cherished unforgettable moments.


As the fifth child of Gregorio Corea Ferreria and Esther Bascos Martin, our mother brought a unique sense of unity and warmth by nurturing family connections after her father passed away in April 1996. She is survived by her husband Charles Elzie, Jr., three children Conitra Mahoney, Taniesha Matthews and Charles Elzie III, four grandchildren Jaxon, Major, Alijah and Tatum, mother Esther, her siblings George, Therese, Faith, Francis, and Immaculate.  


Though our souls ache with the absence of her physical presence, we find comfort in her boundless love that transcends time and space. Our precious mother’s spirit lives on in the countless lives she touched with her kindness and grace. May she rest peacefully, embraced by the love she so selflessly gave. Rest in peace, Dearest Mom, knowing your love and strength will forever guide and inspire us. Until we meet again, you will be deeply cherished and profoundly missed.

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