Fay Mims Aycock

July 11, 1931April 13, 2018
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Fay Mims Aycock, 86, a resident of Montgomery, Alabama, passed away peacefully Friday, April 13, 2018. A visitation will be held Thursday, April 19, 10:00 A.M., at White Chapel-Greenwood Funeral Home, 909 Lincoln Road, Montgomery, Alabama. A Celebration of Life Service will follow at 11:00 A.M. with Rev. Guy Mims officiating. A committal in Greenwood Serenity Memorial Gardens will conclude the services.

Fay is survived by, and was a loving mother to, Ron Aycock (Beverly), Iris Jenkins (Buddy), and Jackie Howard (Paul). She had six grandchildren: Seth Jenkins (Karen), Josh Jenkins (Brooke), Michael Jenkins, Hannah-Beth Baker, Micah Baker, and John Mark Baker; two great-grandchildren: Jailon Jenkins and Matthew Jenkins; one sister, Nell Jacobs; and one brother, Guy Mims.

Fay is preceded in death by her parents, Parnell and Cora Mims; her husband, Bill Aycock; a daughter, Wendy Aycock Baker; one sister, Laura Mae Durham; and four brothers, Parnell Mims, Jr., John Mims, Paul Mims, and Howard Mims.

Born in Chunchula, Alabama, in 1931, Fay moved to Chickasaw, Alabama, where she married Bill Aycock in 1950. She moved to Montgomery, where she resided until her death.

Fay worked for Alfa Insurance Company for thirty years and retired to spend time with her family and friends. She was a member of Evangel Temple Assembly of God, was a faithful member of the choir for many years, and was a woman of great faith. She loved her family, singing, Atlanta Braves baseball, Auburn football, and baking.

Pallbearers will be Fay's grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Hospice Comfort Care will accept donations in Fay's name.


  • Ron Aycock, Son
  • Beverly Aycock, Daughter-in-law
  • Iris Jenkins, Daughter
  • Buddy Jenkins, Son-in-law
  • Jackie Howard, Daughter
  • Paul Howard, Son-in-law
  • Seth Jenkins, Grandson
  • Karen Jenkins, Granddaughter- in-law
  • Josh Jenkins, Grandson
  • Brooke Jenkins, Granddaughter- in-law
  • Michael Jenkins, Grandson
  • Hannah-Beth Baker, Granddaughter
  • Micah Baker, Grandson
  • John Mark Baker, Grandson
  • Jailon Jenkins, Great Grandchild
  • Matthew Jenkins, Great Grandchild
  • Nell Jacobs, Sister
  • Guy Mims, Brother
  • Parnell Mims, Father
  • Cora Mims, Mother
  • Bill Aycock, Husband
  • Wendy Aycock Baker, Daughter
  • Laura Mae Durham, Sister
  • Parnell Mims Jr., Brother
  • John Mims, Brother
  • Paul Mims, Brother
  • Howard Mims, Brother

  • Seth Jenkins, Pallbearer
  • Josh Jenkins, Pallbearer
  • Michael Jenkins, Pallbearer
  • Micah Baker, Pallbearer
  • John Mark Baker, Pallbearer
  • Jailon Jenkins, Pallbearer
  • Matthew Jenkins, Pallbearer

  • Comfort Care Hospice


  • Visitation Thursday, April 19, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, April 19, 2018

Fay Mims Aycock

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Beth Brett

April 18, 2018

Such a sweet and precious lady! I worked with Fay at Reserve Life Insurance Co. many years ago and she was such a joy. So sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers for the family.

Cathy Throgmartin

April 17, 2018

I first met Faye Aycock as a young teen at Evangel Temple. She was so sweet and always spoke to you. As life moved on and I became a wife and mother, she still offered a hug and a sweet word each time I saw her. My condolences go to the family and I pray for God to wrap His arms around you and cover you in peace.

Stephen Aycock

April 16, 2018

One of my earliest recollections of Fay was, what a beautiful lady. And that's what she was, a southern bell, and all that implies. In our life time we had several deep conversations. I sought her counsel on numerous occasions when time and proximity allowed, as I did Hoyt, Margret, Ruby and Blanche. She had a great wisdom about her. You can see her wisdom reflected in her children. I love everyone of them, how well they represent her. She was no stranger to tragedy and adversity in her life, and set a splendid example for us all to follow. She was a lady in the true since of the word. ........I loved and will miss my Aunt Fay. She leaves yet one more hole,... that will remain unfilled in our family. To say this is a loss is a gross understatement. But if there is a person in heaven it is Aunt Fay, of that I have no doubt.