Obituary: Robbie Lucille Hughes Pass
For The Tribune
Robbie Lucille Hughes Pass of no prescription viagra Trussville died May 25, 2014. The family will receive friends for visitation at 9:00 AM, Thursday, May 29, 2014, with a graveside service following at 10:00 AM at Jefferson Memorial Funeral Home and cheapest cialis online Gardens, Trussville.
Mrs. Pass was born on June 17, 1918, in Pinson to John Jesse Thomas Hughes and Dullie Cena Fawcett Hughes who preceded her in death as did siblings, Marcie Self, Alice Martin, Tom Hughes, Fred Hughes, and Cecil Hughes.
Mrs. Pass is preceded in death by her husband of nearly 50 years, Milo Challie Pass, Sr. and granddaughter, Laura Beck Kitchens. Mrs. Pass is survived by Mary Jim Beck (Oscar) of Florence; Robbie Mardis (Guy) of Trussville and grandsons, Craig and Scott (Erin) each with respective great grandsons, Kyle and Grayson; Milo C. Pass, Jr. (Leah) of Charles City, Iowa, and grandson, Michael and granddaughter, Lauren, and Lynn Thompson Pass, Trussville.
Mrs. Pass was a member of First Baptist Church, Trussville, and the Golden Rule Chapter of Eastern Star. She worked in many positions but is best remembered in Trussville as assistant to viagra sale the City Librarian and substitute teacher in the Trussville and Jefferson County School systems. In lieu of flowers, and because Mrs. Pass is the widow of a World War II veteran, memorials may be made to any charity aiding active military and cialis professional veterans. Jefferson Memorial Trussville directing.