Billie Sue McCrory-Looney

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TUSCALOOSA Billie Sue McCrory-Looney died September 29, 2012, at Hospice of West Alabama. Services will be a private graveside at Evergreen Cemetery on October 2, 2012, with Christ Episcopal Church officiating and Tuscaloosa Memorial Chapel Funeral Home directing.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Charles Edward McCrory until his death and later Harmon Bledsoe Looney, who shared the final fun-filled years of his life with Mother.

She was born December 22, 1919, to the late Charles Haley and Marie Campbell Haley. She was preceded in death by her son, Michael Edward McCrory; her brother, Charles Gibbs Haley; her granddaughter, Brentley Elizabeth Hutt; and grandson, William Campbell Jefferies.

Mrs. Looney is survived by her son, William C. McCrory; her daughter, Susan March McCrory; her sister, Marie Haley Bloodworth; six grandchildren who lovingly called her “Titou,” Haley McCrory Cummings, Chris McCrory (Mary Ann), Acworth, Ga.; Dale McCrory (Atlanta), Holt Clark (Betsy), Haley Overstreet (Buddy), and Harmony Mitchem; and great-grandchildren, Michael Cummings, William Thomas Overstreet V, and Foster Marie Clark.

Our loving mother had a positive impact on everyone she met as well as her hometown, her treasured Tuscaloosa. She was a lifelong resident and charter member or founder of several social societies, Les Danceurs, and Jester's Mardi Gras Club, Modern Culture Club, many still growing and entertaining after 50 years. She was a member of the Daughters of American Revolution, the Altar Guild at Christ Episcopal and was a cheerleader at Tuscaloosa High School. During her professional life she was a successful antiques dealer. We were always proud when she was invited to show her eighteenth and nineteenth-century English collections year after year at the most exclusive museum shows across America. She was well liked and greatly respected within her chosen industry.

The family would especially like to thank the angels at Hospice of West Alabama and would ask that all memorials be forwarded to them at 3851 Loop Rd., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404, that they may continue their blessed and necessary work.
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Published in Tuscaloosa News on Oct. 1, 2012
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