OBITUARY

Frances J. Warren

February 7, 1927April 10, 2018

Funeral services for Mrs. Frances J. Warren of Calcis, AL will be Thursday April 12th at 3:00 o’clock PM at Kilgroe Funeral Home in Pell City with burial in Macedonia North Highway 231 North, Vincent. Visitation begins at 2:00PM. Mrs. Warren was born February 7, 1927 at the home of her maternal grandparents, Milton and Alice Clinkscales of Route 2 Vincent, AL. She was preceded in death by her parents H. R. (Herbert Russell) and Kate Clinkscales Justice, and brother, Tillman Eugene Justice, Husband of 63 years, Thomas Ernest Warren. She is survived by brothers Herman Bryant Justice (Katherine), Harold R. Justice (Gail), and sisters Sarah Malcolm and Martha Anne Abernathy. She is also survived by her daughter and son in law Tommie and Ralph Usry of Calcis, son and daughter in law Russell and Renee’ Warren of Irondale. Grandchildren R. D. Warren II (Paula), of Mountain Brook, AL; Rachael Warren of Charlotte, NC and Calla Warren of Houston, TX and great-grandchildren Russell D. (Trey) Warren III and Charlotte Mae Warren of Mountain Brook and special friend Kay Wood Peters of Deatsville, AL. Along with many nieces and nephews. She graduated Vincent High School in May 1944 and Massey Business College in October 1945. Most of her working career was with her father at H. R. Justice Store in Calcis and after his retirement was the owner/operator of the store until her retirement in February 1992. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Macedonia North Cemetery Fund, 37 Highway 468, Vincent, AL 35178 or Lawley’s Chapel Cemetery Fund c/o Suzette P. Harrison, 80 War Eagle Road, Pell City, AL 35128. Condolences may be offered to the Warren family online at www.kilgroefh.com Kilgroe Funeral Home – Pell City will direct the service

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Krystle Wrenn

April 20, 2018

I work for Home Instead and I took care of Mrs. Warren for about a month. But in that short time I became attached. She was so funny. She would have me rub listerine on the top of her head every 5 minute for 9 hours straight sometimes! Lol😂 She said it was for dandruff and itchy scalp, but we both knew she just liked the way it felt. I did everything in my power to make sure she was satisfied. Of course if for some reason I didn't she would give me hell and remind me of what she is paying me to do lol. We talked, laughed, and argued! Surprisingly sometimes she would actually admit when she had lost the fight. And then tell me how she would win the next one lol. I will miss her telling me to sing her a lulaby, and her falling to sleep on wheel of fortune every day at 6:30! I believe I'll try buttermilk and cornbread one day because she made it look so good! To Mrs. Warren you fought the good fight now rest in Jesus I love you.... And to the family I will continue to pray for your strength and that the Lord keep you in perfect peace... God bless...

Donald Phillips

April 12, 2018

To the Warren Family, I am so sorry to hear about your loved one passing. You have our condolences. Mrs. Warren lived a long time which is a blessing for those who knew her. It wasn't our Creator purpose for humankind to live 70 or 80 years and then move on to another realm. He wanted man to live forever right here on earth in paradise. (Genesis 1:26-28; 3:1-6). God promised in the near future he will transform our earth into a paradise where sickness, sorrow, pain and death will be gone forever. (Psalm 37:9-11; Revelation 21:3,4). Even our dead loved ones who have fallen asleep in death will be raised to life to enjoy the blessing of living forever on earth. Notice what Jesus Christ said: "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out." (John 5:28,29; John 11:11-14,38-44).

Beverly Baker Smith

April 12, 2018

Your Mother was a good friend to my Mother, Ruth Davis Baker. Their friendship through the years was very special. I am thankful for the time they had together at The Cottages. Mrs Warren was truly an exceptional woman.
Please accept my condolences and prayers for your family.

Tricia Arledge

April 11, 2018

Tommie, please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother. My daddy spoke highly of her as he saw her daily at Justices' Store. Also, Tillman was in my class in high school but as you know, he graduated a year befor our 1964 class. Love to all