Let the memory of Elise be with us forever
  • 73 years old
  • Born on February 11, 1939 in den Hague, Holland, Netherlands.
  • Passed away on July 6, 2012 in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Elise Toothe.  We will remember her forever.

Posted by Rodney Nevols on 8th July 2016
Always in my thoughts and actions, the spirit and advice I received from this wonderful human being. God bless you Liz.
Posted by Susan Smith on 6th July 2016
Can't believe it's been 4 years. Limbo and Bismark are still safe with me although Bismark is nearing the end but is fully retired and happy. Limbo is semi retired and the 2 old souls run free at the ranch together.
Posted by Michelle Glinton on 7th July 2015
Dear Liz, you will always remain in my heart. Every time I check my email and see Forever Missed it always reminds me how short life is and we should always remember to spend our heaven on earth doing good-which you have done-such a great love for animals especially your horses. I know now that you are galloping around in heaven.
Posted by Craig Allen on 11th February 2015
Happy Bday Ms. Toothe where ever you be u hav touched and taught many of us... ur spirit lives on and on...Respect always...
Posted by Susan Smith on 11th February 2015
Still in our thoughts - we talk about you often.
Posted by Rodney Nevols on 11th February 2015
Always in my thoughts and prayers - God bless you Liz.
Posted by Diane Cartwright on 19th February 2014
A great lady and horse lover, I thank her for fueling my love of horses and riding, which I never did very well, but loved it, as a kid she was my idol. Hope she is galloping around somewhere.
Posted by Diane Cartwright on 19th February 2014
One of my earliest memories of riding was with Liz Toothe, I never had any formal lessons just the love of horses and riding and she was so patient and kind and taught me so much, a great lady.
Posted by Susan Smith on 11th February 2013
One year gone and your spirit lives on. Limbo and Bismark are both doing well and have settled right in to our routine, They are a permanent reminder of your work. Little Bismark has overcome his initial shyness and is quite content.He has started to go out to the beach and thoroughly enjoys those outings. It is as though he has been doing it all his life.
Posted by Hannah Godet-gray on 11th February 2013
I remember dear Liz Toothe today with fond and warm memories of a protector and champion of the "underdog" in any situation. Big hearted. Generous to a fault. Hard-working!! Liz, we somehow felt your Ever-Ready Energized Battery would never run out. The Godet clan and the Godet Drive family miss you greatly.
Posted by Orey Godet on 30th September 2012
If i had just one word to describe u mrs toothe, it would be DEDICATED. You made a comittment to what you loved, and remained dedicated to the very end. That in itself is a lesson. You've taught EVERYONE who encountered you SOMETHING. Including me! I am thankful that you were a true friend to my father, Melvin Godet, and a dear friend to me! we love u ms toothe!! may u both Rest In Peace!!
Posted by Friends Remembered on 13th September 2012
NOTICE - Tribune, 13.Sep.12: Memorial Service will be held on Sat.15.Sep.12 at 11am, St. Anne’s Church. Instead of flowers, donations may be made to Bahamas Humane Society.
Posted by Rhonda Claridge on 24th August 2012
You shared a sincere love, and a lot of joy. You taught me the importance of a strong work ethic, not to relinquish my ideals for lesser ones, and to care for all life. This was the example you set, and I am grateful. I will not say goodbye, Mrs. Toothe, for I know that the spirit you engendered lives on in all of us. I will just say thank you.
Posted by Bersel Wilson on 28th July 2012
Bersel Henry Wilson misses you Mrs. Toothe. You will always be remembered.
Posted by Jane Melling on 27th July 2012
My memories of my childhood are inseparable from my memories of you. You taught me to ride and so much more. You were my friend. I’m sorry I didn’t get to see you again, get to know you as an adult, and tell you how much you meant to me. I hope you knew how very important you are to me. I will never forget you.
Posted by Marney Scully on 26th July 2012
Ms Toothe, I was 7 when I started riding lessons with you. You put me on George & when I outgrew him you helped me move on to Tuppence. Your lessons of hard work, community, how to love & take care of God's creatures with compassion is stamped on my heart forever. Your door was always open & I loved your limeade! Thank you for these gifts to me and so many others! Rest in Jesus' arms!
Posted by Barbara Duggan on 26th July 2012
Dear Ms. Toothe - we were only blessed to have known you ten short months but the time we spent every Saturday with you will be among our treasured memories. Your spirit, your passions for horses and for teaching the love of them to all who wanted to learn - your legacy lives on in them forever, never forgotten! We love you!!
Posted by Sarah Adderley on 26th July 2012
Oh Ms. Toothe. I cannot believe you are gone. I don't remember a time in my life when you weren't there. I knew you my whole life and you have taught me so many things about life, horses, horse riding, just everything. Your stories will be remembered for the rest of my life. I missed you while you were here and now will miss you even more. I hope you are happy, riding gorgeous horses. <3
Posted by Louise Cogan on 26th July 2012
Dear Liz, it is hard to believe that you have left us. I will always value your friendship. You were so generous to all although appreciated by only a few. I am sure you are now reunited with King, Holly Diana and all your beloved animals. We miss you!
Posted by Susan Smith on 26th July 2012
Dear friend, how we all miss you ! You were way too good for those of us here, but you chose to stay and try to pass on your knowledge and deep understanding of the horse world, often unappreciated. But nothing stood in your way and you battled on until the end. You affected so many lives, more than you could ever have known. Now you are free to ride the green pastures on the other side,

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