Billie Dean Grogan

February 20, 1948January 11, 2021

ALABASTER — Billie Dean Peeler Grogan, 72, of Alabaster passed away January 11, 2021. She was a native of Florence, Alabama, and graduated from Coffee High School in 1966. She attended Florence State College before moving to Auburn and then to Alabaster with her husband, John Dennis Grogan, who died in August 2019. Billie Dean and John were married 51 years.

She is survived by a daughter, Heather Grogan McWhorter (Barton); granddaughter, Ireland Grogan; grandson, Finn Grogan; son, Matt Dennis Grogan; sister, Charlotte Peeler Patrick (Pete); niece, Holly Patrick; and nephews, Jerry and Ryan Patrick.

Billie Dean was the daughter of the late Bill and Eleanor Peeler of Florence.

A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date. For those who wish to make a memorial gift, the family suggests Crosscreek Baptist Church, 600 Crosscreek Trail, Pelham, Alabama 35124.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Heather McWhorter

January 16, 2021

Thank you Mrs. Sandra and Mr. Bill for you beautiful words. I appreciate them greatly!

Sandra Mosley

January 13, 2021

I will Miss you my Friend. We shared some mighty good days as neighbors in Alabaster, and shared our friendship throughout the years occasionally with a visit albeit, mostly by phone or text. I know your heart grieved so much for John and now you two are in that Heavenly Space...where we all are trying to make our resting place....Rest Easy My Friend, You fought your battles bravely and God decided being alone was just not what he wanted. You will be missed....memories are always fond. Heather and family my deepest condolences.....Love and prayers...Sam & David Mosley

Bill Satterfield

January 13, 2021

I'm very sorry to hear about Billie Dean's death. John and I worked together for more than three decades, and he was a really good friend. As a result, we were often together with our wives at social activities, especially when attending waterways association meetings several times a year. The two of them were always so supportive of each other that they set a great example for the rest of us. Now they're together again enjoying their heavenly reward.
God Bless you all, Bill Satterfield