- 96 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 25, 1918
- Date of passing: Mar 30, 2015
|Let the memory of Lucile be with us forever|
Mrs. Lucile Lipford passed away on Monday, March 30, 2015, at the Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton, Georgia.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lipford were conducted on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, at 2:00 P.M. from the Franklin First Baptist Church with the Reverends Talmadge Chandler and Scott Hannah officiating. Music was provided by Cloma Chandler and Joyce McLain. Those serving as pallbearers were Harry Lipford, Don Rogers, Ray Hand, Ross Henry, John Henry, and Neal Awbrey. Honorary Pallbearers were Bill Clark Stan Lane, Talmadge Davis, Al Awbrey, and Tim Grizzard. The interment followed in the Franklin City Cemetery.
Flowers will be accepted. However, donations to Franklin First Baptist Church are appreciated.
Professional services provided by Stutts Funeral Home. http://www.stuttsfuneralhome.com
"I will never forget my Precious Math Teacher Mrs. Lucile Lipford for she touch my life from the time we moved to Franklin in 1968 and throughout the years. I Love You Mrs. Lipford and Thank You For Always Loving Me!!!!"
"When I first came to teach in Heard County, Miss Lucille was one of the first people I met and came to befriend. She and her husband were down to earth people who could always find the good in anything. I enjoyed shopping in their store. It was a pleasure working with her over the many years before her retirement. The children of Heard County are better for her dedicated love of teaching. I know that she will be missed by all close to her. My thoughts are with her family."
"What a wonderful, giving and spirit filled lady Miss Lucille was on earth! she is now walking on streets of gold with her precious Jesus and many loving friends and family that have gone on before her. She was certainly welcomed today by my dad John Oswald and my grandmother Cynthia who loved her so. God be with the Lipford family."
"Mr. Thomas and family, I am the former Debbie Hill, Truitt and Onnie Davis's granddaughter. I remember Mrs. Lucille because she taught me math for so many years. I wish to extend my condolences on your loss. There are no words anyone can say that will make your loss seem easier. Just remember one day we will go home to our loved ones who have gone on before us. What a wonderful day that will be."
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