Ellen Berry Titlebaum

July 31, 1966 — May 9, 2022

Burlington

Ellen Berry Titlebaum

Burlington – Ellen Berry Titlebaum, 55, passed away on Monday, May 9, 2022 at Moses Cone Hospital. She was born in Oregon to Kenneth and Nancy Berry and was married in 2019 to Henry Titlebaum at a beautiful ceremony in Italy.

Ellen was a graduate of Colorado State University. She was a true renaissance woman in her professional life having been a certified career coach and resume developer/writer, freelance writer and web developer, graphic designer, project writer and analyst, researcher, and MS Access database designer.

Ellen had a love for travel and was able to visit many countries over the years. She also enjoyed crafting and, making jewelry, for her and her friends to enjoy. One of her dreams in life was to write children’s books and had many ideas for storylines. Ellen loved people. She had the ability to make friends with anyone she met and was able to relate to everyone. She was a devoted and loyal friend for so many of us. She had a wonderful smile that would light up a room. She loved helping people and will be remembered for her kindness and generosity.

She also had a lifelong passion for helping people, particularly with any kind of undiagnosed medical issues. She had an encyclopedic knowledge of medical conditions and was extremely passionate about helping anyone she encountered trying to resolve any undiagnosed conditions. One of her websites that she designed was devoted to this passion of helping out people living with undiagnosed issues.

Survivors include her husband; Henry Titlebaum, father; Kenneth Berry and mother-in-law; Hope Quallo. She was preceded in death by her mother; Nancy Thompson Berry, sister; Laura Berry and father-in-law; Carlton Quallo.

Memorials may be made to https://rareundiagnosed.org

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