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Alza Faye Schenck

Alza Schenck Obit picAlza Faye Schenck, age 84, of Huntsville, passed away Saturday, January 16, 2021 at her residence. Alza was born August 17, 1936 in Monroe, Texas to parents, Huey Preston Varnon and Irma Alene Jones Varnon. She worked as a Home Health Aide for many years.

Alza is survived by daughter, Louanne Larson; step-children, Gaynelle Schenck, Henry A. Schenck, Jr. and wife, Patty; grandchildren, Brady Larson and wife, Bobbie Joi, Bryan Larson, Chris Schenck and wife, Ashley, Kenny Schenck and wife, Amanda; great-grandchildren, Dustin and Brandon Larson, Bailey Larson and wife, Cyerra, Brianna, Braden, Brittney, and Bently Larson, Cody and Thomas Cannon, Rebecca Foster, Carson and Carter Schenck, Kade and Adelyn Schenck, Trista Brooke; great-great-grandson, Brantley Larson; sister, Sharon Sanchez and husband, Red; numerous other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by husband, Henry A. Schenck; parents, Huey and Irma Varnon.

Funeral services for Alza Faye Schenck will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, January 23, 2021 in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Rev. Jordan Johnson officiating. Interment to follow at the Weldon Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday evening at the Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

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  1. We love you so much !!! You will be missed greatly !!! All my greatest childhood memories was going on vacation twice a year to see Aunt Ozzie and Uncle Henry !!! I know there was a wonderful homecoming for Aunt Ozzie when she got to Heaven !!! R.I.P. Aunt Ozzie … A part of my heart went with you !!! Love you always

  2. we have loved you for 57 years. right after we married you was our first
    neighbor and we found out you was the best friend in the world. our children couldnt wait to go visit. Because you always made them feel so welcome. Then you married Henry which we learn to love as much as we loved you. I remember you and Henry coming to our family get to was just as if you belonged there. we love you and have had some wonderful years together.

  3. Alza, you were the kindest, most loving person I have ever met. I know you and my dad were happy together for many, many years. Family and friends and so many people will miss your smile and your hugs and those wonderful tea cakes. Rest in peace, Alza, and please say hi to Daddy in heaven for me. I will miss you always.

  4. You are so loved and will be greatly missed Aunt Ozzie. One of my brightest childhood memories was coming to your house and going to Mardi Gras when I was a kid. Your big hugs, beautiful smile and laughter will always be etched in my memory. Much Love and Respect to you.

  5. Anyone who knew Alza…. aka… Aunt Ozzie was blessed. She was a kind and wonderful woman who had a fun personality and sense of humor. She will undoubtedly be missed by very many people, both family and friends. I enjoyed the times I got to be around and visit with her and Uncle Henry. I am so glad I got to know her ❤️

  6. Alta was one of the happiest people we have ever met. We rode many years on the Schenck Family Mardi Gras float and she treated us just like family. She will forever be in our hearts. And we know she’s looking down on us with a smile holding Old Henry’s hand while asking if she can get him something. Rest In Peace.

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