OBITUARY

Veniece Marvis Toombs

8 November, 19577 September, 2020
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Honoring the Life & Legacy of Veniece Marvis Toombs Sunrise: November 8, 1957 Sunset: September 7, 2020

The Life of Our Beloved

Veniece M. Toombs

Born Veniece Marvis Williams one of two twins on November 8, 1957 along with her brother Victor Morris Williams in Houston, Texas to Mr. William M. Williams Sr. and Maggie Mae Williams. Born and raised in the 5th Ward of Houston the only girl with four brothers William M. Williams Jr., Dwight Tyrone Williams, Dwayne Elliot Williams and her aforementioned twin. She excelled as a student from Bruce Elementary to E. O. Smith Junior High & was a member of the 1976 graduation class of Phillis Wheatley High school after which she would work a long tenured thirty-plus year career at the VA Hospital before her retirement.

Veniece is preceded in death by both parents Maggie and William, as well as her eldest brother William Jr. She leaves with cherished memories two children Brandon C. Toombs and Michael A. Toombs of Houston, Tx of whom she shared with her formerly wed husband and now deceased Curtis G. Toombs of Fort Worth, Tx.

Her legacy continues as she also leaves behind her beloved grandson Elyon Israel Toombs and a host of many nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.

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  • Memorial Service

    Friday, 25 September , 2020

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The Toombs Family

15 October 2020

Thanking Our Heavenly Father for bringing you into our family and hearts. Rejoicing in the happy memories that strengthen and comfort us.

Linda McDaniel

25 September 2020

I remember you back in high school at Wheatley, just learn of your passing. My son is friends with one of your sons, my heart goes out to both of them. Vernice you were always a sweet and kind person in school, God taken his beautiful flower away to rest. Brandon and Michael you both have my love will keep you in my prayers.

Quensetta Davenport

11 September 2020

Our last outing was a ride on the highway. We talked and talked and talked. Caught up with old times and laughed as we talked about Hollywood and Vine at the VA. Little did I know it would be our last. Sometimes we can see the pain of our friends, but we can feel it. Not until they're gone. Rest in peace Veniece. No more pain.
Love,
Cherie

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Maggie Mae Williams aka “Momma” or “Granny”

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Biography

Honoring the Life & Legacy of Veniece Marvis Toombs
Sunrise: November 8, 1957
Sunset: September 7, 2020

The Life of Our Beloved
Veniece M. Toombs
Born Veniece Marvis Williams one of two twins on November 8, 1957 along with her brother Victor Morris Williams in Houston, Texas to Mr. William M. Williams Sr. and Maggie Mae Williams. Born and raised in the 5th Ward of Houston the only girl with four brothers William M. Williams Jr., Dwight Tyrone Williams, Dwayne Elliot Williams and her aforementioned twin.
She excelled as a student from Bruce Elementary to E. O. Smith Junior High & was a member of the 1976 graduation class of Phillis Wheatley High school after which she would work a long tenured thirty-plus year career at the VA Hospital before her retirement.

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