I can remember back in the early 80's, Marcie and I would walk downtown from the 6th St. King Fish and eat breakfast togther. She was a great lady.
ms kays no one knows what a impact u had on a little boys outlook on life u will be missed lots of good times at ur house good luck sam gleen linda
I met Mrs. Kays while she was a patient over the past few months at the hospital. Coming across someone that shares your last name is something special, even more so when the person is such a sweet lady. My prayers are with her family during this time.
I only knew Marcie through Kingfish,but whenever I talked to her she was always
smiling and helpful.
Marcella will be greatly missed by my family. She was always so positive and had a great sense of humor. She brought joy to all that knew her.
Marcella, you were always the kindest, most wonderful woman, anyone could ever know! You have always brought a smile to my face, and now I will smile knowing you are watching over all of us, who loved you, and away from the suffering you had to endure. I will always remember you, and love you. Deepest sympathy for your immediate family.
Marcella, I have only seen you three times but it only took me a few minutes to realize how such a wonderful person you were and I loved you right away. I have really enjoyed your company, you will be missed. You are now among the angels, watching over us. My deepest sympathy goes to the family and friends.
There was never a better mother-in-law. My heart is heavy. I will miss you greatly Marcella. May you rest in peace.
I was Ms Kays' aide many times when she was in the hospital. She was everyone's favorite but I was lucky enough to be hers. She called me her smiley leah and it brightened my day to spend time with her. I hugged her the last time I saw her because I wasnt working for several days and im glad that I did. She was a bright wonderful and happy person and I know she will truly be missed. I am thankful to have met her because she absolutely touched my life.
You only meet a few GREAT people in a lifetime and Marcie was one. She was the happiest person I have ever known. She molded and shaped so many peoples lives with her can do attitude. She loved life and lived it to the fullest. I loved her like a mother and I will miss her greatly. I know she is in heaven I can see her whistling away. Prayers to all her family.
Kays family, so sorry for your loss. She was a great neighbor &friend to my Catherine Paul after my father passed away.they are both in heaven now and no more pain.Will keep your family in my prayers.
The nicest person I ever met. The world is much more drab and empty with her gone. My grandma, my utter mutter and my friend. Some say she is an angel now, but truth be know she always was and those of us that got to meet her know that. If you met her she touched you, I guess God missed his angel and called her back home.