Imogene Phillips McFall (Jean) – Obituary

by Lynn McMillen
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Imogene Phillips McFall (Jean) passed away October 4, 2013 at Helen Keller Hospital. Visitation will be Sunday at Morrison Funeral Homes in Tuscumbia, Alabama from 1:00-3:00. The service will be at the Funeral Home Chapel at 3:00, with Brother James Williams and Billy Valentine officiating. If you knew our Mimi then you knew her strong spirit, the love she had for her family, and her gift of gab. Never was there a time when you crossed her doorway that you weren’t offered a cup of coffee, a snack cake, and some friendly advice. There is no measure for the number of lives she touched and the impact she had on all those that had the joy of getting to know her. She was often found working in her flower gardens at her home on Montgomery Avenue. She was owner and operator of Ardis Beauty Shop in Sheffield for many years; she also worked at JC Penny and Cynthia’s Salon. She was preceded in death by her parents Jess and Era Phillips. Mrs. McFall is survived by her husband of 27 years, Robert “Bob “ McFall; her children, Rick Moultrie, Vickie Moultrie, Philip Whitehead, Tabitha Wright (Chris) and Step Children Renee Moreland (Michael) Mike McFall (Julie); grandchildren Mandy Beck(Bill), Molly Vacca (John-Michael), Jesse Grimes (Samantha), Jacob Whitehead, Tiffany Moreland, and Shane Wright; great-grandchildren Adam Beck, Alex Beck, Houston Vacca, and soon to arrive Russell Grimes. She is also survived by her brothers Jimmy Phillips (Barbara), Jesse Phillips (Tina), Scotty Phillips (Vicki) and her sisters Edith Chambers, Kay Montgomery (Billy), Melba Fortner, Nancy Valentine (Billy) and Renee Wilson (Tony). The family would like to say thank you to Renee Letson, Mimi’s Special Friend, who lovingly cared for her. Pall bears will include Jesse Grimes, Greg McFall, Fred Mason, Bill Beck, Michael Moreland, John Michael Vacca, Bobby McCallister; Honorary Pallbearers will be Jacob Whitehead and Shane Wright. Every skyscraper has a foundation and every redwood starts from a single root. Mimi was a rock we built our lives on and we are eternally gratefully for every moment she was with us. We will miss her dearly. Please join us as we celebrate her life.




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