Trudie D. Boore Chivis

Trudie D. Boore Chivis

Trudie D. Boore Chivis, 1965 - 2017

August 6, 2017


Trudie D. Boore Chivis, 51, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, August 6th, in Norfolk, VA.

She was born October 7th, 1965 in Parma, Ohio the daughter of John T. Boore, Sr. and Romona I. Santee Boore of Dunnellon, FL, and was the youngest of 4 siblings.

On August 26th, 2016, she married the love of her life Charles J. Chivis, Jr., who survives.

She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Olivia A. and Xavier K. Boyce; her sons, Adam E. Hutchins and Aaron M. Hutchins, of Norfolk, VA; her step-daughter, Jazmin J. Sefah, and step-son,  Charles J. “Bud” Chivis, of Richmond, VA; grandchildren Alana J. Boyce (6 yrs), Elias M. Boyce (5 mos.), Elijah B. Sefah (5 yrs); brother and sister-in-law John T. “Tom” and Barbara L. Boore, Jr., WV; sister and brother-in-law Debra and Tony Underwood, FL; and sister Kitty Sapp, NC.

She is also survived by her nieces Angela M. “Angie” Sapp, NC, Sarah C. Haught Pevehouse (Shane), CA, Lindsey B. Boore (Brent Hunt), WV; nephews Daniel G. Haught (Leah), NC, John T. “JT” Boore, III (Lisa Alexander), NC, and several great nieces and nephews.

Trudie graduated from North Marion High School in 1984 and attended Fairmont State College. She was a member of the bands at NMHS and FSC high school where she played the flute and saxophone. She was a Realtor and Office Manager for A. J. Potter Investments for the past 15 years. She loved animals, and had a special fondness for dogs.  She raised and bred Shih Tzu dogs for many years and also raised and bred Airedale Terriers. She was also a proud member, along with her husband, Charles, of the Buckroe Beach Bums.

Trudie was very dedicated to her family and was a very caring and loving daughter, sister, aunt, mother and Grandmother. Her children were her most precious blessings. Her biggest desire was for her children to be kind, loving, respectful and most of all happy in life.

She is preceded in death by her grandparents Oren E. and M. Naomi Boore and Samuel Paul and Nola G. Santee, and her nephew Joshua K. Sapp.

Per her wishes, Trudie will be cremated and a Memorial service will be held at a later date.