OBITUARY

Elizabeth Ann Kilby

June 20, 1936December 23, 2020

Elizabeth Ann (nee Myers), 84, on Wednesday, December 23, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Charles Kilby; loving mother of Michael (Sue) Kilby and Ronald (Christy Skipper) Kilby; dear "Graypay" of Faye, Kaitlin, Chase, and Charles; dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin, and friend to many.

SERVICES: Private Graveside Services in Oak Grove Cemetery are being held.

Services

  • Private Graveside Service

    Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Memories

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Janet Young

January 17, 2021

Mike and Ron, we are so sorry to hear of the death of your incredible Mom. Liz and Charlie were kind, generous and amazing neighbors. We had no family in the area and were still reeling from my medical issues, when we moved next door. We also had newborn Travis, who later informed us that his name was Travis Kilby. I can still hear Liz calling for Beebe (the Bassett Hound) each evening. I remember hearing a little voice calling out the window when you two would play a game of basketball. Travis was supposed to be sleeping...”Mike, Ronnie...whatcha’ doing?” Liz was such a wonderful friend. We would talk about roses, faith, rearing boys (especially active boys). I can still smell her perfume. I wish that she and I could have another lunch at Cardwell’s. I’ll look for her in Heaven. Love and prayers. Janet and Glynn Young.

Gail McCloud

January 11, 2021

I was shocked to hear about "Aunt Liz" She was my Godmother and I love her dearly. She and her husband are two of the most wonderful people I will ever know. She never missed a birthday for me, they were good friends to my parents and I am blessed to have known them. Love you.

scott segall

January 3, 2021

So sorry about your loss, nothing but great memories growing up together as neighbors and all of the fun times we had together. Your mom was one in a million!

The Segall Family

Debbie Leichenauer

January 2, 2021

Liz and I met when I started working at Bonhomme in 1989. We instantly connected. She was the sweetest lady and I always looked forward to our conversations about the old days. She told me how she shopped on the Rock Road because that was the only place to go and how Olive was two lanes. She will be missed.

sue large-Hendrix

December 31, 2020

Liz and my Mom, Joyce Large were childhood friends that continued until my Mom's health prevented them from having lunch out on a regular basis. Liz was such a very kind person and a great bridge player. I was so surprised to see the notice in todays paper! My mother is in a nursing home and had Covid and recovered in May 2020. Both of our Mom's lost there spouses to young, I am glad they had a few years playing bridge weekly and going out to lunch. Feel free to give me a call-314-323-1051
Thoughts and prayers for you all,

Sue Large Hendrix

Anita Jones

December 31, 2020

Liz, was a wonderful person to know an have as a client/friend. Liz always had a smile when she came to the hair salon,
Precision Cut Inc.
Dena and Liz use to laugh so much together every week over their life together ( they both stopped smoking at the same time together, so you can just imagine) their appointments were back to back from each other, what wonderful memories we had together.
I since have been retired for over a year.
Prayers to the family and friends.

Anita Jones

Dena Ferman

December 31, 2020

I've known Liz since she would come into Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy for her and her mother's meds. We'd also for years see each other every Thursday at the beauty shop, Precision Cut when Anita would do our hair. Liz was a wonderful lady and good friend. We had so many laughs together. My prayers go out to your family in your loss for such a beautiful person. May she rest in peace.
Dena Ferman

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY