Mary Frances Kilgo

August 22, 1926December 3, 2018

Mary Frances Kilgo (Frances), age 92, of Attalla, gained her heavenly reward, joining her Savior on Monday, December 3, 2018. Funeral service with be Wednesday at 2:00 at Morgan Funeral Chapel with graveside service to follow at Red Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Kilgo was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 64 years, Erston O. Kilgo, son-in-law, David Sims, parents, Herman and Hattie Sims, and brothers and sisters, Otto Sims, Charlie Sims, Collie Sims, Lenford Sims, Floyd Sims, Evelyn Gray, and Earline Westbrook. Mrs. Kilgo is survived by her children Del (Kathy) Kilgo, Terry (Deborah) Kilgo, Elaine Sims, and Jeff (Jennifer) Kilgo, 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Kilgo was a devoted member of Stowers Hill Baptist Church, and was loved by all who knew her. Her outgoing personality and unwavering love and loyalty for her family and friends are just some of the many character traits that defined the life of Mrs. Kilgo.

The family would like to express our thanks for the wonderful help and care given by Linda Fugatt, Donald and Teresa Oliver, and the Alacare Hospice nurses. Pallbearers are sons Del Kilgo, Terry Kilgo, and Jeff Kilgo, grandsons, Jim Kilgo, Matthew Kilgo, Johnathan Sims, and Christopher Sims, Great Grandson Kyle Kilgo, and special friend, Donald Oliver. Should friends desire, the family will receive flowers and has designated The Alzheimer’s Association for memorial contributions. The family will receive friends from 1:00-2:00 at Morgan Funeral Chapel.


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Tony Sims

December 4, 2018

My Aunt Frances was always a joy to be around throughout my life. She cared deeply for her family and friends. She visited mom and dad almost daily during their last years of their life just to sit, talk, and be as much help as she could. She was always smiling and laughing and I loved her deeply. I know she is now reunited with her loving family who have gone on before her in Heaven. What a glad reunion is going on there now with everyone. I know her family and friends are going to grieve and miss her as I will. I pray our Lord and Saviour grant us all peace comfort and rest that only He can give in times like these. My heart has been heavy since hearing of her passing and I know I will see her again in Heaven. God bless all of my cousins as I love them all. You all are a joy to my life. My memories of you and Aunt Frances lift me up always.

Myra Hunt

December 4, 2018

Elaine, we are so saddened for your loss. I remember the sweet stories you have told me about your Mom. Your family was very blessed to have such a special lady to care for you. You and your family are in mine and Melvin's prayers. Love you all.