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Kilgroe Funeral Home

1750 Ashville Rd, Leeds, AL

OBITUARY

Louie Clayton Tice

August 28, 1934August 9, 2019
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Tice, Louie C. age 84 of Leeds passed away August 9, 2019. He survived by his wife of 59 years Jimmie W. Tice. Son: Michael C. Tice (Terri). Daughter: Janice Gortney (Kenny). Grandchildren: Casey, Jarred, Laura and Brett Tice, Kyle Keith and Emily Wilkes. Great Grandchildren: Bryant Tice (Pop's very best friend), Reese Spence, Cason Tice, Eli Tice, Lydia, Oliva and Nora Wilkes. Several nieces and nephews. Mr. Tice was a member of Cedar Grove Baptist Church, served in the U.S. Air Force, partner in Tice Brothers Construction with his brother Larry. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Funeral services will be held Tuesday August 13, 2019 at 11:00 AM from Cedar Grove Baptist Church with burial at Forest Crest Cemetery. Visitation will be held Monday August 12, 2019 from 6-8 at Cedar Grove Baptist Church. Kilgroe Funeral Home Leeds – Directing.

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Pamela Wright

August 13, 2019

Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Family. Mr. Tice was always good to me, as a friend and a customer. He will be missed.
Deepest Regrets
Pam Wright

Sandra Hannah Dover

August 13, 2019

Mr. Tice was a wonderful man with a beautiful family. He will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences! Love & Prayers, Sandy

Carla Tidwell

August 12, 2019

I so sorry for your loss I know his whole family I talk to him all the time when he would have to come and check things out at oak trail apartments we will surely miss him praying for the whole family for comfort and peace God bless his family .

Ed and Velletta Shaw

August 12, 2019

The Tice family has been so special to us. After Ed’s accident we knew we needed changes to our home that would make it more convenient for someone handicapped. Knowing how badly we needed the changes but not knowing what was ahead with medical bills etc., we cautiously started our search for a builder. Mike and Mr. Tice not only said they wanted the job but informed us it would be at builders cost. I know this Godly family was sent to help us. It was such a blessing. Mr Tice will always be remembered by us not only as a loving family man but also as a Godly man. Rest In Peace Mr Tice.

Lori Carpenetti

August 12, 2019

So very sorry Gran for your loss . Bill knew Mr. Tice better than I did. But our families have known each other for over 20 years. I will still see you at school with Bryant. So sorry again for your loss. Prayers for strength to get thru this.

Michelle Thompson Richey

August 12, 2019

This is going to be a long one.....Most of my younger years in life was spent at the Tice home and so many great memories are flooding my mind right now. So many happy times with this family, from getting that stern Pop watchful eye when Jan was getting us in trouble (I was the angel), to hearing his laughter from our stupid mistakes and hearing that ever so present "I tried to tell you, but you just don't listen" or " one day you will learn"..... and we did. Watching Pop and Gran become grandparents and then great grand parents. Both loving every single member of their family thru every struggle they faced and never giving up on them. What an exceptional Dad, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Friend, "Other Dad" and Mentor he was and always will be to so many. What a priviledge it has been knowing him and being welcomed into a part of this family since childhood. Will never forget the lessons learned from you Pop, the struggles you were there for, that beautiful smile or all the memories I have of you growing up and in my adult life. How the angels must be singing welcoming you home. Gran, Jan and Mike I love you guys and pray for each of you to find comfort knowing he's waiting to see you again one day and with his faith and yours, when you do it will be for an eternity. Jan, you know where my heart is and he was right, we should have listened alot sooner than we did.... You were his baby girl and he was so proud of you....I love you. To all the grandkids and great grandkids... His love for all of you was never ending, his stern beliefs are something you can count on, he would go to the ends of the world for any of you, even when he told you he was done... That's just who he was. Make him proud and be proud you have his blood in you. He's was definitely something to admire and look up to.

Ross Wise

August 12, 2019

I'll miss my Uncle Louie. Some of my most precious childhood memories involve Uncle Louie. Not only Uncle Louie, but Aunt Jimmie, Mike and Jan. Aunt Jimmie, Mike, Jan and grandkids, I am so sorry for your loss, and although we don't see each other often, please know that our hearts break with the loss of Uncle Louie. Marsha, the kids and I love you so very much.

Carol Reed

August 12, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss

Wanda Muir

August 11, 2019

Jimmy and Family, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I watched the video of all of your beautiful family pics and it saddens me so much to know how much you all are going to miss Louie. Thank God you had so many years together and made so many happy memories as a family. My heart is breaking for you, as you know I too have felt death's sting. You know I lost Marvin on July 3 2018. It continues to be like a very bad dream. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers and I pray God will surround you with comfort in the days and months ahead. If there is anything I can do for you please let me know.

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