Kilgroe Funeral Home

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Ann B Day

May 19, 1930January 12, 2020

ANN BARKER DAY PELL CITY – Ann Barker Day, (89) Born May 19, 1930 of Pell City, passed away January 12, 2020 peacefully at home with family. She is preceded in death by her youngest daughter Amy Gene Day (Joel’s twin sister) her parents, Ezra C. and Mineola Barker; Brother E.C. Barker; Sisters Modie Houston and Jerry Nelson. She is survived by her husband of 70 years, Robert (Bob) Day, daughter Carol White and husband Gary; son Greg Day and wife Lisa; son Troy Day; son Joel Day and wife Leslie; 9 Grandchildren; Darnell Allen (Pete); Tammy Godwin (Jimbo); Dr. Heather White (Dr. Mukesh Patel); Rusty White (Valerie); Michelle Brasher (Neal); Luke Day (Candace); Elizabeth Day; Ryker Day; Colt Day; 12 Great Grandchildren; Gavin Allen; Mary Allen; Emily Cone (J.C.); Sway Godwin; Suri Patel; Lyla Day; Tyler Day; Tessa Day; Calvin Brasher; Mirabelle Brasher; Avery White; Emerson White; Her identical twin sister Nan Eurton; sister in law Doris Franklin along with numerous nieces and nephews. Ann graduated from Ensley High School in 1949; married Robert (Bob) Day on June 2, 1950 and had 5 children. Ann resided in Pell City Alabama since 1977 and was a devout Christian and Patriot who loves God, her family and her country. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Pell City in which she was very active in the Christian Outreach, the Christian Love Pantry, and used her artistic skills to paint pictures and furniture in which she donated to help raise money for the Christian Outreach church “Bazaar” and “Tablescapes” with the raised funds benefitting the Love Pantry as well as Lakeside Hospice. Ann started, and was Queen of the Red Rose Chapter of the Red Hat Society in Pell City. She was a member of The Logan Martin Swingers Square Dance Club, and the Southern Stomping Cloggers. She loved to clog with her twin sister at nursing homes as well as other events where they became known as the “Clogging Twins”. Ann was an accomplished artist who loved to paint. She and her twin Nan painted many murals, including murals at the Pell City High School, The Pell City Library, Pell City First United Methodist Church and Ingram Manor Nursing Home. Ann won the Sr. Mrs. St. Clair County beauty pageant in 1992 and was the 1st runner up in the Sr. Mrs. Alabama pageant. She was nominated in 2001 for Pell City Citizen of the year and was a delegate for many years to the North Alabama Conference for United Methodist Church. Based on Ann’s wishes, a graveside family only service was held on January 16, 2020 at Elmwood Cemetery in Birmingham, Al. Pallbearers were Gary White, Rusty White, Greg Day, Troy Day, Joel Day, and Luke Day. The service was led by Senior Pastor of First United Methodist Church Pell City, Byron Vance with special music by Janice Rivers and Kathy Alldredge. In lieu of flowers, the family ask donations to be made to the Christian Love Pantry; First United Methodist Church Pell City. Ann will be greatly missed by family and friends. We would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers as well as St. Vincent’s Hospice and Diversicare of Pell City for taking care of our mother. Kilgroe Funeral Home – Pell City directed the service.


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Debbie Parmenter

January 17, 2020

I meant Ann several years ago when my husband and I moved to Pell City from California. I meant Ann through the Tablescapes event which benefited both the Christian Love Pantry, of which I am one of the Volunteer Coordinators, and Lakeside Hospice. I often saw Ann at church with Bob and they were always very friendly and welcoming to me and my husband. Ann will be greatly missed by all that knew her and she will be missed at this year's Tablescapes event on February 29th. Ann and her husband have been very important to the Pell City Community.

Brenda (Robinson) Franklin

January 14, 2020

I ran into Ann in Wal-Mart a few years ago, she looked so familiar to me and we began talking. Well, she thought she knew me too, but she thought I was my sister Debbie. Once we figured out we knew each other through my parents business, there was laughter, smiles, and hugs. I was even able to get her photo. Su h a sweet, beautiful lady.