What a kind and gracious lady! I worked with Mrs. Liz for 2 years at Red Lobster and she always had only the best to say about people. Her spirit was a light to many and her smile was a welcome invitation to share friendship. She was so very proud of her family…..We will sincerely miss her and our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
We had only met your mother once, and she was a very loving person. We are sorry for your loss, but she is no longer in any pain, at least she went fast some people have to deal with it for a long time. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Love Okey and Michelle Cozzens
To all of Liz's family and friends: We all know what a special woman Liz was, and I hope that we will all continue in her spirit to serve and love others as Liz always did. Learn from her laughter, teach others with the tenacity she did, and rejoice in your life as she did in hers. To all of her friends at Red Lobster, please know I am thinking of you, too. Liz taught us all so much. In remembrance and love, Kimberly (McCormick) McLerren, former RL server
What a wonderful beautiful lady...I worked at Red Lobster about 5 years ago and I so enjoyed rolling silverware with Mrs. Austin. We chit chatted and laughed...she was a fantastic person full of life. She was so loved by everyone at Red Lobster. R.I.P. You kind soul.
May the family find comfort in the memories. Keeping in mind the Scriptural hope of everlasting life can help to sustain us during difficult times (John 17:3)