Cecelia Daniel Bromley
July 14, 1923 – October 2, 2019
Cecelia Daniel Bromley born July 14, 1923 in Georgetown Kentucky passed away October 2, 2019 in Mobile Alabama where she lived the majority of her life. She retired after 30 years of service as a federal employee working in the headquarters building at Brookley Air Force Base and was an Import Specialist with U S Customs respectively. Never one to sit still, in retirement she occupied her time serving the community through volunteering for various charitable events with R S V P, preparing income taxes for senior citizens and was a Spring Hill Memorial Hospital volunteer. Her favorite hobby, weekly bridge was a time to play and also a time to plan bridge group annual travel events that spanned from the Caribbean to Greece over the years. She is preceded in death by her wonderful parents Eldridge and Katheryn Davis and her son in law Charles Holman. She leaves to cherish her memory her two children Linda Holman ( Casey ) Tom Bromley ( Virginia ). Grandchildren Danny Holman ( Tiffany ) Lindsey Looke( Steven ) and Reynolds Bromley Great grandchildren Bromley Looke and Carlyle Looke.Her two brothers Charles Davis ( Marie ) Jim Davis ( Joan ) and her precious devoted sister Mary Katheryn Cox who we will never be able to thank enough for what she did for our mother. She treasured all of her many nieces and nephews Chris Cox (Tara ) Angel Davis, Maura Alspaugh ( Todd )Charlie Davis Jr. ( Lea ) Mary Alonzo Joanie Trehan ( Charles ) Jimmy Davis ( Dottie ) John Paul Davis ( Lynne ) Steven Davis ( Bethany ) Judy Kling, Frank Brown and Sharon Richmond and many great nieces and nephews. Her many friends and coworkers were always in her thoughts and close to her heart throughout the years. A burial service will be graveside on Saturday October 5th at 10:00 in the Pinecrest Cemetery on Dauphin Island Parkway. In lieu of flowers a donation to your favorite charity.
- Linda Holman, Daughter
- Tom Bromley, Son
- Graveside Service Saturday, October 5, 2019
Cecelia Daniel Bromley
October 7, 2019
Gran was the best. As a kid she was a great gran. Taking me to the toy store and giving me a 5 dollar bill and only allowing to buy something that costed that amount showed me my first budget. Also taking me out to movies, eats and museums I couldn’t have asked for more. As a teen I always( as well as my friends) knew we had a hot meal at grans place on Hillcrest. As an adult whether I would call her, she would call me and even when she would leave a voice mail she would always conclude by saying” I love you doll” . To me that is the best lesson she ever taught me and I hope anyone reading this takes grans lesson. Good, bad and in between no life is perfect and every relationship has highs and lows. But she wanted to make one thing clear and understood that she loved me and I loved her. In a world of things left unsaid thank you gran for making that message clear. I will love you gran forever and I miss you so much.