Virginia Elizabeth Boisse

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Virginia Elizabeth Boisse was born on March 14, 1974 to Manuel and Virginia Cruz in Levelland, TX. Virginia married Jesse Boisse on June 24, 2017 in Lubbock, Texas.

Liz, as she was known to most was a joyful soul and very much enjoyed spending time with her loved ones. Family and strangers were always welcome and she delighted in preparing and cooking meals for gatherings. Christmas time was near and dear to her heart. Her faith was unbounding.

Liz worked for KFC beginning at a young age and over time she managed her own store in which she succeeded as a top Manager. Her experience, patience, and adherence to strong moral values made her a desirable business partner, spouse, daughter, sister, mother, and friend.

Liz’s life was met with health conditions that created challenges but she constantly pushed through and accomplished her heart’s desire. Many people were touched and lucky to have learned from her not only in business but in the lives she touched in her life. Elizabeth was an angel and we are blessed and grateful to OUR FATHER for that gift!

Survivors include her father, Manuel Cruz and wife, Dianna: husband, Jesse Boisse; siblings, Julio Cruz and wife, Tracy; Manuel Andrew Cruz; Doreen Alvarado and husband, David; Angie Flores and husband, Manuel; Tina Hughes and husband, Paul; Chris Castillo and wife, Jovita; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Virginia Cantu Pena; son, Martin Joshua Hernandez; and brother, Steven Andrew Cruz.


4 thoughts on “Virginia Elizabeth Boisse”

  1. Lupe & Becky Lindsey-Sanchez

    Thank you for always being by her side. We will miss “Elizabeth “ dearly and her beautiful smile. She’s at peace and rejoicing with Josh. Peace be with you and the Cruz family

  2. I stood watching as the little ship sailed out to sea. The setting sun tinted her white sails with a golden light and as she disappeared from sight a voice at my side whispered “she is gone” on the farther shore a little band of friends had gathered to watch and wait in happy expectation. Suddenly they caught sight of a tiny sail and the very moment when my companion had whispered “she is gone” a glad shout went up in joyous welcome “Here she comes!”

    Our sincere condolences dear cousin, know your in our prayers always.

    The Woosley’s

  3. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family. We have the comforting hope of the resurrection to see our loved ones again at Acts 24:15. Revelation 21:3-5 gives us a beautiful hope for the future when Jehovah God does away with pain, mourning and death forever. How we look forward to that time. I hope these scriptures bring some comfort during this sad time.

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