Mrs. Louise Williams Ferguson, age 99, Jonesborough, passed away Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at Cornerstone Village, Johnson City.
Mrs. Ferguson was a life-long resident of Washington County and was the daughter of the late Robert T. and Alma Bashor Williams.
Mrs. Ferguson was a faithful and active member of Jackson Park Church of the Brethren where she was the oldest member, served as a deaconess, on the official Church Board and the church choir. She also served in various positions on the Board of the Southeastern District, Church of the Brethren.
In her youth she was active in the local 4-H Club winning prizes in various contests. When she was 16, she was chosen to represent 4-H of Washington County at the State Convention in Nashville and later at the National Convention in Chicago. She was a 1937 graduate of Jonesborough High School and attended Johnson City Business College. She served on the Board of Directors of John M. Reed Home for the Aged, Inc. In 1978 Mrs. Ferguson retired as office manager of the Washington County Health Department, Jonesborough, where she was a staff member for 24 years.
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Ferguson was preceded in death by her high school sweetheart and husband of 56 years, Harry E. Ferguson in 1995, son, Sheridan E. Ferguson, her brother, David N. Williams and sister-in-law, Joyce Wilson Williams.
She is survived by a daughter, Donna F. Boyd and son-in-law, Fredrick C. Boyd; two grandsons, David J. Ferguson and wife, Sarah, Jonesborough and Brandon Boyd and wife Misty of Nashville and a granddaughter, Whitney Boyd, South Miami, FL; two great-granddaughters, Madison Faith Ferguson and Ellen Jean Boyd; and a great-grandson, Jack Emerson Boyd.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of Magnolia at Cornerstone Village for all the loving care they gave Louise for the last three years.
A funeral service for Mrs. Ferguson will be conducted 3:30 pm at Jackson Park Church of the Brethren on Sunday, February 10, 2019 with Rev. Jeremy Dykes officiating. The family will receive friends from 1:30-3:30 pm Sunday prior to the service. Burial will follow at Fairview Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be David Christian, David O’Brien, Bo Payne, Bud Day, Don Evans, and Jim Pate.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Carole Ferguson Chandley
|Donna, so sorry for the loss of your Mother. It don’t matter how
young or how old they are, it’s a great loss. I won’t be able to
attend the services as I’ve had this upper respiratory stuff off &
on since December and I don’t want to share it with anyone.
However you will be in my thought & prayers in the days,
weeks & months ahead. Love you, Carole |
|Donna, my prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.
Your mother was a beautiful lady. |
||Nelda Humphreys Cooper
|Donna, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of
your Mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you
and the family.
|Donna, lifting up prayers for your mother's lovely spirit and sending love to all the Boyds and Fergusons.|
|Donna my sincere condolences to You and Your
family ... This Lady is still in so many of my
memories. I grew up with her in the
Jonesborough Health Dept.where my mother Marian
was a nurse. When I would walk through the door
there after school to wait on Mother to get off
work, Louise would welcome me with a big smile
and offer me a coke or snack and provide me a
place to sit and read till time to close ... She
was always so nice and kind to all who entered
the health dept .She would also greet myself and
my wife Barbara anytime we would happen to meet
in later years and we would remember our time
together when I was just a young man .. We met a
lot of times at the recipe swap... A great
memory for me.... Our prayers for You and Your
family , May GOD continue to Bless You
||Royce Renee n Ashton Ferguson
|To the Ferguson and Boyd family, we are so sorry for your
loss. As a dear friend of Whitney’s, we know what an
incredible lady she was. Although we are unable to attend the
family services, please know that you all are in our thoughts
—— The Ferguson’s|
|So sorry for your loss. I began my career in
Public Health in 1977 working with Ms Ferguson.
She was a beautiful, caring person and she was as
beautiful at the end of her life here on earth as
she was then. My thoughts and prayers are with all
the family. Much love to all of you especially her
beautiful granddaughter whitney who I'm so
blessed to call one of my best friends. |
||Eva Daniels and family
|Thinking of you as you mourn the loss of your mother. Hoping
with time, a gentle peace will return to your life with much
Sympathy and love, Eva Daniels and family|
||Lidy and Marie Wyatt
|We were sorry to learn of Louise's passing, but she is in a far better place. She was a truly remarkable person with many wonderful qualities.
May God be with you in the days and weeks ahead as you cope with your loss.
In Christian Love,
Lidy and Marie
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