Benjamin Granville Tolliver

Tolliver picBenjamin Granville Tolliver, 80, resident of Alvin, Texas, passed away May 20, 2015. He was born August 9, 1934 in Clifton Forge, Virginia to parents James William Granville Toliver and Willia Baker Toliver. He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. He was a member of the Labor of Love Christian Fellowship Church in Alvin, Texas. Mr. Tolliver was a resident of Alexandria, Virginia before moving to Long Beach, California and then on to Texas in 2002. He was previously employed with Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
He is survived by his daughter, Natalie Elizabeth Tolliver and her mother Margo M. Tolliver; sisters, Arnita Ann Foster, Irma Nadine Toliver, Sandra Orean Chambers, Ardelia Washington, Madie Carleta Muschette; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 30, 2015 at the Labor of Love Christian Fellowship Church, 240 E. House St., Alvin, Texas 77511.


  1. Natalie and Margo, I pray you God’s peace as you mourn the loss of Ben. He has added so much to our lives and has always been there with us through good times and bad. His wonderful spirit will be greatly missed.

    Sandy and Westly Guidry

    Sandra Guidry
  2. Hey cousin, I am sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I pray for peace and blessings at this time of bereavement upon our family but more especially you. I

    Love you.


  3. As you pass through this exPerience, May the hand of God hold and guide you.

    Sandra GUIDRY
  4. Ben fought a good fight and finished his course. I am so glad that he came to accept Christ as his personal savior and Lord. He is now resting with him.

    Diane Johnson
  5. Natalie and Margo,
    I know you are going to miss Ben but he will be ok now. He is gone with God and is free of bad health. Love you and hope you will withstand this struggle with the love of family and friends.
    Uncle Wes

    Joseph Guidry
  6. Your dad was a very unique person. He did everything his way, which was an accomplishment in its self. For the very unique and special things and moments he shared with you, because he loved you. I know you will miss him. He loved you so much, Natalie. May god bless and comfort you now and for always. Mom

    Margo M. Tolliver
  7. We are deeply sorry to hear about Benjamin’s passing. May God hold each of you in the palm of “His” hand during this time of sorrow in your lives. And, may you find some comfort in your memories of happier times and in knowing that others care and share your sorrow. The Williams Family of Clifton Forge, Virginia

    Marie E. Williams
  8. My condolences to the Tolliver family. He will be dearly missed.

    Shanece Fowler
  9. Irma,

    Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your brother. May knowing you are in the hearts and thoughts of others help you and your family through this time of sorrow.

    With Love,
    Rochelle & Brian Forrester

  10. Natalie,

    No matter where he goes, you will be your Daddy’s little star, he will be with you wherever you are. Natalie you are in my heart and prayers during this difficult time. I am sorry I can’t be there with you.

    Love You,

    Rhea Wallace

    Rhea Wallace
  11. To My Sister/Cousins: Arnita, Irma, Sandra, Ardelia, and Madie

    Please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of Benjamin. I will keep you all in my thoughts and pray that God grants you with whatever you need to get through this difficult time. I will see you soon.

    Love You to Infinity and Beyond,

    Rhea Wallace
  12. To the Toliver Family,

    May the comfort of God help you in difficult times

    Cardelia Latimore

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