|Birth: ||Feb. 26, 1929|
|Death: ||Apr. 17, 2015|
There are a select few who will touch your life and change you forever. Not all angels live in heaven, some walk beside us in life unknown, disguised as common people. Some of us are luckier than others, I am one of the luckiest ones. I have had a true angel that I call my grandmother and friend. You've taught me the true meaning of love, kindness, understanding, compassion, and forgiveness. I hope I can be the kind of woman, mother, friend, and caregiver that you have been to so many. You have put everyone else first and sacrificed so much for us all. I know your body is tired and it hurts to see you in so much pain and yet you continue to be kind and humble going through all of this. It just shows the world what a beautiful heart you have. I can never thank you enough for all the sacrifices you've made for me and the lessons that I have learned. You've always stood beside me. It breaks my heart to think about this earth without you in it. It's unfair for us to ask for you to stay and a part of me wants to be selfish, but I can't, I love you too much! You will forever be a part of my life and you will always live forever in my heart. I am so thankful that God graced us with you for as long as he has. I pray God wraps his arms around you and takes you gently so your pain is over and you can finally go home where you belong. I know we shed this earthly body, but I will recognize you. I will look for the most beautiful angel with the largest wings, and biggest crown that is surrounded by all the little children. They will be the lucky ones! Written by Christie Wilson. Bonnie Boleyn Wolfe
Sardis: Bonnie Evelyn Boleyn Wolfe, age 86, died Friday evening April 17, 2015 At Lexington Manor in Lexington, TN.
Mrs. Wolfe was born and reared at Bethel Springs, the daughter of the late James Hershel and Mary Oleta Sisk Boleyn married James Carnell Wolfe in 1954 and they made their home at Sardis most of their married life. She had worked at Decaturville Sportswear, Salant & Salant at Lexington, and Swan Hose at Lexington where she was an inspector. She loved quilting, gardening, and being outdoors. She was a member of the Savannah Church of the Nazarene.
Mrs. Wolfe is survived by two sons; James Wolfe (Starla) of Lexington, and Forrest Wolfe (Donna) of Adamsville, three daughters; Marlene Mooney (Jerry) of Sardis, Kathy Humphres (Dale) of Dickson, and Vickie Johnson (Jerry) of Lexington, a brother Jimmy Neal Boleyn of Sardis, four sisters; Ethel Gore of Lexington, Elsie Mae Catlett of Jacksonville, TX, Jannie Williams of Selmer, and Paulette McNeal of Selmer, 13 grandchildren, and 20 great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, a daughter Arlene Wolfe in 1957, a sister Lois Wolfe, and three brothers Orphus Boleyn, Jerry Allen Boleyn, and Everett Ray Boleyn and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 11 AM Monday at Shackelford Funeral Directors – Casey Chapel with Rev. Justin Warren officiating. Burial will follow at Lebanon Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at Shackelford – Casey Chapel beginning at 5:00 PM Sunday.
Shackelford Funeral Directors – Casey Chapel
James Hershel Boleyn (1902 - 1985)
Mary Oleta Sisk Boleyn (1910 - 1958)
James C. Wolfe (1931 - 2003)
Arlene Joyce Wolfe (1956 - 1957)*
James O. Boleyn (1926 - 2007)*
Bonnie Evelyn Boleyn Wolfe (1929 - 2015)
Elsie M Catlett (1931 - ____)*
Evertt Ray Boleyn (1931 - 1954)*
Lois Lavanda Boleyn Wolfe (1935 - 1992)*
Martha Jane Boleyn Williams (1937 - 2015)*
Inf. Son of J. H. and Mary Boleyn (1940 - 1940)*
Jerry Allen Boleyn (1941 - 2012)*
Clara Paulett Boleyn McNeil (1944 - ____)*
Created by: Ethel Gore
Record added: Dec 03, 2013
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