Elizabeth Hess

Augusta, GA – Elizabeth Hess, 68, wife of 42 years to George Hess, entered into rest Saturday, June 5, 2021, at Doctor’s Hospital.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, June 11 2021 at 3:00 PM from the chapel of Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors with Dr. Eleazer Benehaley officiating. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park.

She was born in Jacksonville, FL to the late Sonny and Jewell Clary Fennell. She was a member of Silvercrest Baptist Church where she taught Children’s Sunday School for many years. She worked at Kendall in the 70’s,  and was a retired sales person for Clarks Bar-B-Que Sauce.

Other survivors include her children, Jamie Hess (Monika), Jeremy Hess and Jessica Caster; brothers, Orrin Fennell and Charles Fennell; sisters, Gail Pye, Shirley Waters and Miriam Josey; grandchildren, Haley, Nikki, Valen, Christian, Seth, Jacob and Lukas.

In lieu of flowers the family request donations to Silvercrest Baptist Church, 3431 Peach Orchard Road, Augusta, GA 30906.

The family receive friends on Friday at the funeral home from 2 until the hour of service.

In the words of George Hess:

My beautiful, wonderful, caring wife Elizabeth, has gone on to be with our Lord and Savior. She had a heart as big as the moon, cared deeply for me her husband, children, sisters, brothers, and grandchildren. She was unique and rare with an array of talents, the golden touch, beautiful smile and so high class. She loved to travel, especially out West. The Lord gave me the perfect gift in my life with her. She will never be replaced, she was my wife, my best friend, my lover, my motivator, my life.

God needed another angel in heaven, I will miss her tremendously.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

4 responses to “Elizabeth Hess”

  1. I’m Joan’s sister, Judy. I’ve met Liz, but I feel like I’ve known her throughout the years through Joan and how she talked about her so fondly over time. Joan thought the world of her. God bless you In your grief and sorrow.

  2. I considered Liz my best friend. Even though we lived not far apart because of our busy lives etc. we didn’t see each other often but we talked when we could. She and I were together for almost 20 years with Clark’s sauce and did a lot of traveling together. I will miss her and I hope she’ll recognize me when I come her way.

  3. Liz, you will and already are deeply missed by all that had the privilege to know you. God greeted you at his doorstep to Heaven. God bless and we will all be together one fine day. Love you dearly Liz!

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