Let the memory of Helen be with us forever
  • 79 years old
  • Born on March 21, 1932 .
  • Passed away on July 5, 2011 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Helen Kilgore 79 years old , born on March 21, 1932 and passed away on July 5, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Denise Johnson on July 22, 2016
Hello Grandma! This is my Tribute to you! Well! Thankyou for being the bestgrandma ever! I You were a wonderful example of what a family woman should be...from grocery shopping in Mississippi to fishing in the rough, to gardening in your beautiful garden to all the homemade holiday meals. You'd be proud of me I'm getting pretty good a cake baking. Thank you for all the burned ear lobes as you pressed our hair, all the candy bars and hair massages, picking wiskers from your chin. Lol All the "switch"whippins when I missed up! I miss you so greatly. Most of all thank you for the sweetest mom yet. I remember you singing while working in your flower garden, "I'm Coming up on the rough side of the moutian. I'm doing my best to make it in!" So I hope you are living it up in heaven! Greatly missed!
Posted by Tracy Conway on July 5, 2016
She was so funny, a hard worker, never complained ,always told it like it was, dovoted to her family. She would always would make a pot of greens when to visit. She was certainly the glue that held the family together & kept everyone in line. I miss her so much ...
Posted by Daisy Kilgore on July 5, 2016
Helen Kilgore was the best mother that anyone could ask for she was always there for her children and even though we wasn't rich with money we was truly rich With Love she taught us to love each other and to always care for each other no matter what she taught us to respect everyone and to demand respect she was always there for everyone and will feed and take in anyone in need she was truly a special person always gave me love I was so blessed to have her for my mother God thought so much of me that he gave me one of his best angel to look after me thank you Lord for blessing me with her I could talk forever about her but everyone who knew her love her we miss you mother but I am not sad because I know I will see you again I love you
Posted by Daisy Kilgore on July 5, 2016
I am not f### up about no man,baby,or man
Posted by Katrina Monique on July 5, 2016
I miss u grandma but I know that u are in a better place, life can be tricky & we tend 2 take people 4 granted. My grandma play a major roll in my life & she thought me how 2 be a women & demanded that I take no bs from NO man & she show me how 2 be kind & given 2 people even if I didn't know them. My grandma always reminded me that I had a good husband & that I should hold on 2 him , She also reminded me how she would take him if he wasnt married 2 me lol sausage is what she use 2 call my husband because she said his head looked like a sausage, I will always remember my grandma she was cool, crazy, loving,tough, firm,out going,God fearing & down 2 earth & u couldn't pull nothing over her eye, I could've swore she had ears & eyes behind her head lol but 4 real my grandma was & is 1 of my strong black queen, ilu grandma always have & always will , until we meet again keep watching over me & my family
Posted by Carol Bivens-Richardson on July 5, 2016
I miss her saying "come here heifer, yeah I'm talking to you". She was funny, sassy and loco, I was scared of her. She was a rider.
Posted by Carol Bivens-Richardson on July 5, 2016
I miss her saying "come here heifer, yeah I'm talking to you". She was funny, sassy and loco, I was scared of her. She was a rider.
Posted by Katie Hargraves on July 5, 2016
She would say come here looking like Floyd Hargraves & Sharon .
Very outspoken, was ready to back it up.
Missed and loved forever resting in our hearts.
Posted by David Kilgore on July 5, 2016
Grandma Helen was never afraid of nothing or no one when she had something to say she said it. I never saw her have a bad day, she always smiling and cracking jokes. She taught me hard work and honesty. I wish she was here everyday. I love you Helen Kilgore

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