Billie Hefti

Condolences

  1. Ms Billie was a shining light and a blessing to all who had the honor of knowing her.She gave of her time to help many in our community. She was a strong,independent and loving lady with a wonderful sense of humor. She touched our lives and we are better for knowing her.We will miss her.Our condolences and prayers go out to her children and family. Kay & Larry Purifoy

  2. Dear Cathy & Eddie,
    Please accept my deepest sympathy with the loss of your mother. She was a very special lady and will be missed by all. May her loving memory carry you through this dark hour.
    Love in Him,
    Locke

  3. Dear Cathy Ann, Eddie, and the entire family,

    We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Hefti passed away. We all share fond memories of our former dear neighbor.

    Beverly Brown Ward, Lorene Brown, and Edith Betts

  4. We are all so deeply saddened by your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Mikel & Janet, Boon & Jessica, Ben & Allison

  5. I was so sorry to hear of Billie’s passing. I worked with her for a short time 27 years ago. She was definitely an independent, unique spirit, and a pleasure to work with each day. I feel lucky to have met her. My husband and I send our sincere condolences.

  6. To express our deep sympathy to you on your loss. We thank Mrs. Billie’s husband Edward for serving our country during WW II. You both were members of “the greatest generation”. May God’s Speed Be With This Family.
    cjo

  7. Dear Cathey and Ed,
    Billie started off as a “patient”, but quickley became my friend. I miss her as well as Coco, TC and Shadow. My condolences to your entire family.
    Kathleen and Jet

  8. Kathy and Eddie, your mother was a wonderful neighbor. Knowing she was next door was a great comfort to me when my parents were elderly and infirm. Her thoughtful and caring nature made a difference. I really loved her and will miss her. My deepest sympathy to you both. Sue

  9. Ed, Jr. and family,

    I received the notice of your loss through and e-mail update from First Baptist-Navasota. I will always remember the compassion you shared with me after my dad’s sudden death during my senior year at Navasota High as a band student under your direction.

    While his life was limited to only 37 years, I have learned to value each day since passing that mile marker and now near my 47th year. Only for those whose experience has provided, are they appreciative of their time on earth.

    I didn’t know your mom but from all that has been shared in her obituary, her place in the world is left with significant vacancy for those whom she touched. You are blessed to have had her in your lives for her 87 years.

    Please accept my heartfelt condolence in this emotion filled time. I know you are all grateful to God for the gift of her life as we should all be for those with whom we are blessed to call our family and friends.

    God Bless You,

    Joe King Fultz, Jr.

  10. Billie taught me so much. She taught me how to appreciate all the little things in life, and how important education was. She was such a loving person, and was so kind hearted. She always talked so highly of her son and daughter and how proud she was of both of them. She will be missed very much, but I know she is so happy with the Lord and her hubby. She told me a week before she passed that she was so excited to get to see her husband and I truly believe she is smiling down on all of us right now. My condolences to the family. Please stay in touch.

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