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Carolynne "Liz" Peters

BORN:
08/16/1945
DIED:
05/27/2020
LOCATION:
South Charleston, WV

Carolynne "Liz" Peters

Carolynne (Liz) Peters, 74, of South Charleston, passed away on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Hubbard Hospice House West.

Liz loved her family fiercely. Although we all miss her immeasurably, we are at peace knowing her body has been made whole after entering heaven.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Carol Foltz; brother, Roy Foltz; grandson, Jeremy Moses.

Liz is survived by her ex-husband and friend, Bill Peters; sons, Donald (Nancy) Peters and Robert (Heather) Peters; daughter, Stacey Peters; granddaughter, Darienne (Ben) King; grandsons, John Ross and Jackson Gaddy; great granddaughter, Poppy Lynne King; sister, Marilynn (Waylon) Arionas; brother, Mike Foltz.

A gathering of family and friends to Honor the Life of Liz will be held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Friday, May 29, 2020 at Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston.

Memories of Liz may be shared by visiting www.snodgrassfuneral.com and selecting the obituary.  Snodgrass Funeral Home is assisting the family with these arrangements.

13 replies
  1. Marilee Gruenberger says:

    Close in our hearts…separated by many miles….but you are loved…and cherished and we will speak your name and make sure you are never forgotten. Liz, see you on the flip side I know you’ll save me a place. Forever Cousins. Love, Marilee

  2. Tammy Fletcher says:

    You will be missed Lilly!!! That is what my boys called her. Be at rest. ❤️

  3. Janet Caldwell says:

    I had pleasure of going to church with Liz. Just like her, the excitement she had for the Lord is unforgettable. May God give you peace and comfort knowing your mother is loved by those that remain. She fought the fight and in my eyes she won. She is in heaven with Jesus and many of her loved ones. One day you will be with her again and her excitement at that time will be explosive. God bless you all.

  4. Faye Whitehead says:

    So very sorry. She was a sweet lady. My thoughts and prayers are with Bob and all the family.

  5. CONNIE DAVIDSON says:

    Liz had such a sweet spirit and a fierce love for the Lord. Thankful our paths crossed. Prayers for comfort.

  6. Peggy Sayre says:

    Sweet Liz. Always a smile on her face and a bigger smile when she looked up and saw someone she loved or recognized. What an example of the love of Christ. Love you, Liz.

  7. Tonya Neal says:

    Liz was an encourager like no other. She loved her family fiercely and that included anyone in the family of Christ. What a saint and faithful follower of Jesus’ ways. Her legacy continues in her beautiful babies she adored. Teays Valley Child Development Center was honored to have her serve in cooking food for many of God’s children. See you soon, sister!

  8. Tonya Neal says:

    Liz was an encourager like no other. She loved her family fiercely and that included anyone in the family of Christ. What a saint and faithful follower of Jesus’ ways. Teays Valley Child Development Center was honored to have her serve in cooking food for many of God’s children. See you soon, sister!

  9. Christine and Ron Berbaum says:

    Donnie, Bob, Stacey, & family,
    Prayers of great comfort and love to all of you! The joy and faith of Jesus was on her face and in her heart! What a women of God she was! I still have the gold, three strand of wheat on my wall from her. I know her prayers will continue to uphold you and guide you in the path of righteousness.

  10. Pat Isner says:

    How do you do, that’s how we greeted each other. I wish I had kept in touch with you over the years. You were a wonderful friend and neighbor and my thoughts and prayers are with your family. God has one more angel in heaven now.

  11. Tara Dawn says:

    My Auntie Liz was as sweet as they come. Loved her family with all her heart. She is no longer suffering and now with her King… oh and her brother Roy! Hallelujah! Love you Auntie Liz ♡♡♡

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Visitation

  • Friday, May 29
  • 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm