Mrs. Vennie Elizabeth Boaz, age 88 of Taft, passed away Monday at Donalson Care Center. She was a native of Lincoln County and was the daughter of the late Robert Henry and Allie Swinford White. Mrs. Boaz was a homemaker and a member of the Kirkland Baptist Church.
Survivors include a son Freddy Mark Boaz (Debbie) of Taft, daughter Joan Boaz Reynolds (Terry) of Huntsville, grandchildren Fred Alan Boaz of Franklin, TN, Shena Pitts Jeans of Kelso, Adela Reynolds of Huntsville, and Alyssa Reynolds of Huntsville, great- grandchildren Logan and Neyland Jeans.
Private services are planned for a later date.
Higgins Funeral Home is assisting the family of Vennie Elizabeth Boaz.
Mark, Shena & family,
It was always a delight to visit “Grandmother Boaz” at Donalson Assisted Living. I especially enjoyed taking my grandsons, her great grandsons, Logan & Neyland to visit her. I can just hear her now saying to Logan, “you remember running that little car on Granddaddy’s leg & saying PUTT, PUTT, PUTT”. Logan would say, yeah & laugh with her. It was always a joy to visit her. She will be missed.
Stan & Linda Jean
Sheena, so sorry to hear about your grandmother. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time for you and your boys.
So sorry to hear about Ms. Elizabeth. No doubt she and Mother are having a wonderful heavenly reunion at this very moment. They had so many good times when they worked at Serbin. Mother always said Ms. Elizabeth knew everyone!!
My prayer for you all is that God comfort you and give you peace in the days to come.
Sheena, we are so sorry about you losing your grandmother, our deepest sympathy to you and the family.
You are in our prayers as you go through this difficult time.
Gloyd and Imogene
Mark sorry to hear about you mom, but we know she in a better place, and one day you’ll be with her. You took good care of her an I’m sure made her prided!!
Love you and Debbie. Carolyn
Shena, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your grandmother. Please accept my sincere condolences. Love you.
I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I visited with her several times while my mother was at DCC. I always enjoyed speaking with her. She always told me about the times you visited with her.
Miss Elizabeth was in the Donalson Assisted Living when Mildred came. She was a delightful lady and we enjoyed visiting with her.