Buffy Box

Buffy Box

April 22, 1948 - April 29, 2011

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Ethel “Buffy” Box, age 63, died Friday, April 29, 2011 at her residence in Spring Hill, TN. Buffy was born on April 22, 1948 to John and Dorothy Chalfant Box. She was raised in Moscow, KS but lived a majority of her life between Denver, CO and the San Francisco Bay Area before locating to Tennessee in August of 2010. She is survived by her son: Randy Navarro of Spring Hill, TN; a sister: Clymela Box of Richwood, CA; two grand-daughters: Shae Navarro and Kim Navarro; and a great-grandson: Brayden Lazenby. The family will celebrate Buffy’s life with a memorial service on Sunday, May 1 at 3:00 PM from the Student Ministry Building at Thompson Station Church. Arrangements under the direction of Cremation Society of Tennessee.

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5 responses to Buffy Box

  1. I am saddened to hear of Buffy’s passing. I knew her through my friend, Sue Trowbridge. Sue and I were just talking about Buffy during the holidays and wondering where she was and how she was doing. I know Sue had tried to track her down but had been unsuccessful. When we were in our 20’s we partied together and I’ll always have fond memories of Buffy. She loved her family and was a loyal friend.

  2. I knew Buffy and spent time with her many years ago. We had fun and Buffy had a very good sense of humor. Also, I met her parents and through the years we lost touch, but may she rest in peace.

  3. May dear Buffy be in a peaceful place now. I knew Buffy years ago and want to send my condolences to all of her family and friends. I remember her as a very sweet and gentle soul……..

  4. Happy Birthday Buffy Boo! We celebrated so many together and had such a wonderful time. I will see you in the hereafter my friend and we shall continue our adventures. Love and miss you dearly. Love Sue April 22, 2012

  5. My dearest Buffy, I have been looking for you for so long now. I was shocked when I saw that you were gone. I so wish I would have found you sooner. Buffy, you were my dear and loved friend for so many years. How many adventures we went on and what fun we had. Your parents were like my own and you, Mr. and Mrs. B and Randy were family to me. I love you dearly Buff and willl see you in the hereafter. Randy and Clymela and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope that now you are at peace and happy my dear friend. Love Sue

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