I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I WORKED WITH LIZ IN THE CAFTERIA @ THE NISSAN PLANT IN SMYRNA. ENJOYED WORKING WITH HER. YOUR FAMILY IS IN MY PRAYERS.
My sympathies go out to Angie. I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you for comfort and good memories during this difficult time.
I will miss seeing Liz at the MTSU ballgames. She loved basketball. I also worked with Liz at John Pittard Elementary. She made me no bake cookies once because she overheard me telling a group of teachers that my no bake cookies never turned out. So one day she surprised me at school. The cookies were mine, but I had to share. She was a very sweet lady with a huge heart.
To the the family: God heals all wounds. What a beautiful lady to have the opportunity to know and care for at Creekside. I thank God for the time and the memories. May God bless and keep you during this time separation Mattie
Liz made us laugh and smile with her amazing sense of humor! She made the most scrumptious date bars ever and how she will be missed!
I will miss you Ms. Liz..I was SO blessed to be one of your caregivers at Creekside Assisted Living at Three Rivers...(Professional Care Associate)....you were an Inspiration in my life and I will NEVER forget you!You were a determined lady who lived life to it's fullest!I love you and will see you in Heaven one day!!!Miss you!!! Dawn ~
Our sympathy and love to the family of Liz. She was a dear friend and faithful member of our Sunday School Class...a strong lady who taught us all how to persevere and live life when it's not easy. We will miss Liz very much!
You will be greatly missed Aunt Lizzie. I have fond memories of our family visits and will cherish them always.
So sorry...prayers are with all the family..so glad we got to talk in the last few months..such a wonderful lady! She will always be with me on the holidays with her recipes...Love you Aunt Liz always
I loved working with Liz at Black Fox. She was a caring person who loved her family.
Our sister, Liz was a wonderful person who loved life. We will miss her very much. She always brought life to our parties. We take comfort knowing that she is pain free now. And with Jesus.
Ed and Pat Cirks
Memories of breakfasts together when I was little still linger in my mind. It had been a long time since I'd seen you, but you have always, always meant so very much to me. I can still hear that little "cackle" laugh I teased you about. Rest east Aunt Lizzy, I know you ran to Uncle Bobby's arms and that everyone was there to welcome you and celebrate. Give my Momma a giant hug for me. I love you!
Even though our time together was short, you were kind to me. Rest peacefully and know we will think of you often and smile.
I will always remember and miss my buddy and grandma. We had a great run, and we grew even closer this past year. It is tough seeing you go, but you are in a much better place now. I love you and miss you so much.
Our prayers are with the family of Liz Workman. She will be missed by her friends at Belle Aire. We will always remember her smile, her outgoing nature and her love for her God and her church family. God bless and comfort her family.