Barbara Garrett Boggs

Barbara Ann Garrett Boggs, widow of William A. Boggs, passed away on February 2, 2023. Born in Mauldin, SC, she was a daughter of the late James A. and Birdie Mae Garrett.

Ms. Boggs is survived by two daughters, Elaine Kiser (James) and Gail Cox; four grandchildren, Frederick William Kiser (Candace), Charles Andrew Kiser, Kristy Leigh Mallory (Hollis), and Jessica Lynn Owens (Mac); three great-grandchildren, Ben Owens, Corbin Owens, and Presley Mallory; and one sister, Kathryn Heninger.

In addition to her husband and parents, she is preceded in death by three brothers, Ernest C. Garrett, William P. Garret, and James A. Garrett Jr.

A Graveside Service will be held Monday, February 6, 2023 at 3:00 pm at Graceland East Cemetery.

Condolences to the family of Barbara Garrett Boggs

  • Dannette Vandegrift
    4 months ago

    “Ms BB”, as she was known to most, was a wonderful woman with a servants heart. She was always happy to help us in the ER at Hillcrest. She would always call us her “children” and made sure we always had some of her homemade goodies!! She is now reunited with her beloved “Mr Bill” and her Lord. Hallelujah!!

    • Thank you all for your friendship. Mother loved you and wanted to be sure you were happy at work.

  • So sorry to hear about B B .Her sister lived with me up until last year. Had several times to meet her. Very nice and sweet lady everytime I met her.

  • Sending love to you all from across the miles. Good night and God Bless. In her children Ms BB will live on.

  • carol riddle
    4 months ago

    All of us at Hillcrest ER offer our condolences to the family of this precious “Mama B”. We loved her and have missed her smiling face. Rejoicing that she is with her Savior and Mr. B now. Sending our prayers and love

    • Thank you for your kind message. Mother always looked forward to her volunteer time at Hillcrest. She told me of a time the wild turkeys walked up to the automatic door at the ER, afraid they were coming in. Great memories

  • Dan Garrett
    4 months ago

    Sorry to learn of your loss. We have lost our mothers and understand your sense of loss. We have fond memories of Aunt Barbara. Our oldest daughter learned to walk at her house. We will be thinking of you. Best Dan and Pat Garrett

  • Keith & Diane Brown
    4 months ago

    We surely loved Ms Babara
    She was so special to us
    Praying for the family & friends.
    She was so good to my parents Matthew & Mary Fuller.
    I will never forget her💔❤️

    • Mother loved Mary and Matthew and considered them good friends. Thank you for kind message

  • Annette Brinson Cox
    4 months ago

    Dear Elaine & Gail,
    You probably don’t remember us, but when you were very young you were our neighbors in Charleston, SC and we used to babysit you. We are so sorry for the loss of your precious mother. We remember her and your Dad as wonderful, special neighbors. Your mother was such a delightful, vivacious lady! May she Rest In Peace, and may God grant you comfort until you see her and your Dad again.
    Annette Brinson Cox & Jeanette Brinson LeCroy.

    • Thank you for your kind message. I do have memories of my mother taking your dad to pick up hunting dogs that had not returned. They would load them in the trunk of the car. Oh the stories!

  • Deane Hines
    4 months ago

    What a beautiful lady,Mama BB was.She was the brightest star in the ER. She was family. She was so loved!! And she will be so missed. But I rejoice and Praise God she is in the arms of her beloved Mr.Bill again. They are back together for eternity! And oh how she loved Jesus. I know he said to her, ” Well done my good and faithful servant ” as she entered the gates of Heaven into His arms. Love you Mama BB. Until we see you again!!

    • We can take comfort in knowing she is in heaven now with those who went before her. Gail said she is probably in heaven fixing Dad’s hair.

  • Ruby Aiken
    4 months ago

    Elaine, your Colleton Ambulatory Surgery Center work family love you and offer their deepest condolences for your loss and heaven’s gain. Praying for your strength as you hold onto precious memories of a very special woman.

  • Shirley and Allen Mahy
    4 months ago

    Barbara has been a very loving and faithful friend for many years. Always full of smiles , hugs , and good advice. She always told us that she loved us
    She encouraged and believed in those she loved and backed up her love with action. She has been a blessing in our lives.

  • Janet Jones
    4 months ago

    Elaine and Gail, you know Barbara was not only my aunt, but also one of my best friends. We had a lot of fun visits together sharing gossip, comparing cat antics and secrets. I will always remember the many ways she helped my Mom while Joe and I were in Texas. I never did get to properly repay her for that. It is comforting to know that she has a wonderful home, is healthy and strong and is with the man she loved all her life. I love both of you.

  • Ray Brown
    4 months ago

    Gail and Elaine, Please except my heartfelt sorrow for the passing of one lovely lady. I knew Miss Barbara most of my adult life. Mr. Bill and Miss Barbara were my friends , and when I was police officer, and later as the Fountain In Police Chief, they were one of my best supporters. All my officers, used to go past their home on north main, and wave or blow the car horn at them, sitting on the porch. I was a young kid, and Mr. Bill and my dad went into the Navy about the same time. I have always admired the was they seemed to have loved each other. I along with many others, will miss her. Anchors aweigh, and happy sailing to the next port, where Jesus, and Mr. Bill will welcome you home. Your friend in Christ, RAY

    • Wonderful memories and thank you for your note. She and dad loved their local officers. If I remember correctly the station may have received goodies from time to time as well.

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