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Genevieve ‘Vea’ Marie Woods Foreman

Genevieve ‘Vea’ Marie Woods Foreman was born to the late Curley Woods and Celestine Lewis Woods on January 1, 1937 in Crowley, Louisiana.

She belonged to Sacred Heart Catholic Church. God called His child home to rest on Sunday, June 21, 2020.

She attended night school at Crowley High and graduated with her GED.

She was employed by Continental Bag Company and Subsidiary of Langston Companies, Inc. in Crowley, Louisiana.

After retiring she did Home Health. She enjoyed travelling, visiting with her friends and family as well as reading.

Genevieve married and later divorced Lacy Jim Foreman (deceased).

To their union 2 children were born. Glenn Edward Foreman and Leanora Marie Foreman Jones (deceased).

Genevieve leaves to cherish sweet and wonderful memories of her, her son Glenn (Jacquelyn) E. Foreman. Granddaughters Joi L. Foreman, Jennifer L. Foreman and Lindsey (Fabian) Jacko. Grandsons Tyrone Andrus, Sr. and Toryn (Kasandra) Foreman.

Great-Grandchildren Tyrone Andrus, Jr., Tyron Andrus, Traven Andrus, Rashale Foreman, Toryn Foreman, Jr., Telisha Mott, Janisha Tatmon, Kimora Means, Kiah Means, Shane Foreman, Shederick Lyons, Shanice Lyons, Reagan Jacko, and Grayson Jacko.

Godchildren Clifton ‘Cut’ Kibedeaux, Murray Henry, Curley John Beverly, Terry Woods Jacko,  Timothy ‘Clem’ Williams.

As well as a host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, extended family and friends.

Genevieve is preceded in death by her parents Curley and Celestine Woods, her siblings Mitchell Leonard, Maudry Clark, Maude Jones, Yola Kibodeaux, Curley Woods, Jr., Bernadette Handy, Beulah Woods, Shirley Henry, and  her godchildren Patricia Landry, Quentin J. Beverly, and Steven Handy.

Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel with visitation from 9 a.m. until service time.

Burial will follow in Live Oak Cemetery.

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