William Audie Boggs • February 4, 2020



William Audie Boggs, 67, passed away on February 4, 2020 in Pensacola at his home. He was born January 6, 1953 in Calhoun County to Lennie Pauline Boggs and James Theo Boggs. Audie was a civil service employee at N.A.S. as a painter. Audie taught himself how to play the guitar at age 13, and from then on was a lifelong lover of music. He later became part of bands such as The Dynamics and Family Tradition. Audie will forever be known for his love of music, laughter, good food and Canadian Mist and will forever be remembered as a bright shining star to those that knew and loved him.
Audie was preceded in death by his parents: Lennie Pauline Boggs, and James Theo Boggs, his brothers: Louie Boggs, and Don Boggs, his sister: Wandis Boggs, and longtime fiancé: Dawn Andrews.
Audie is survived by his daughters: Starla Boggs, Chassidy Boggs, and Mckenzie Boggs, brother: Robert Boggs, best friends: Josh Keller, Bubba Belanger, and Gary Herrington.

A visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Monday, February 10, 2020 from 1:00PM-2:00PM followed by a service.

  1. Ruth Hockett says:

    Will truly be missed in our neighborhood. And around town. Great friend to my family.

  2. JudyWrightBoggsPearce says:

    Audie, my brother in law, I really enjoyed his singing and playing Guitar, he will be missed by all that knew him, he was an Awesome Man

  3. Ricky Boggs says:

    Now I will Love and miss my Uncle Audie even more. God Bless you Chassidy, Starla, McKenzie, as you ladies continue your lives without your Dad, May our Heavenly Father be with you , Much Love Your Cousin Ricky

  4. Angela says:

    RIP uncle Audie, you have always been my favorite uncle and always will be!! No better person sings old country like you and I’ll forever cherish so many memories with you and the music. Gone but not forgotten. RIP fly high with all the family in heaven that welcomed you with open arms.

  5. Silva Saxon says:

    Was always great to hear Audie sing
    He was a great musician and a great guy. He made a lot of people happy. Rest in peace Audie

  6. Rick perser says:

    I have known the family for 15years now and had a lot of wonderful times he is truly an amazing man and will be missed!

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