Ethel Lee Sims
1926 - 2021
Guy & Allen Funeral Directors, Inc.
2959 West 11th Avenue
Gary, IN
Ethel (Moss) Sims age 94 was born June 9, 1926 in Quitman, MS exchanged time for eternity on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at Methodist Southlake Hospital. She was a graduated of Theodore Roosevelt High School. She was a faithful and dedicated member of Morning Star MB Church for 77 years. Ethel served on the Usher Board, Mission, and Deacon's Wives Ministries until her health failed. Preceded in death by parents, husband, Robert Sims, daughter, Darlene Lee, and Sister Claudia Lee. She leaves to cherish her memories, grandson Brian Lee, great-granddaughter Bri'ona Lee and great-great-grandson Levi Lee; Special cousin Ruthie Moss; nieces, nephews a host of godchildren, friends, and neighbors in the community, her Morning Star Church Family, and many many others. Celebration of life Friday, February 19, 2021, 11:00 Morning Star MB Church 2075 Kentucky Street Pastor Hollis D. Manna officiating. Masks are required and social distancing practiced per CDC guidelines.

Published by Post-Tribune on Feb. 17, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
Morning Star MB Church
2075 Kentucky Street, IN
Funeral services provided by:
Guy & Allen Funeral Directors, Inc.
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I have know Mrs. E. Sims all my life, she and her husband, Robert Sims were wonderful people. I was raised up in Morning Star Church, where my grandmother was a usher with Mrs. Ethel Sims. I remember when she had to take care of her daughter, autee , and one other person. She was a wonderful role model for children growing up at Morning Star Church. Mrs. E. Sims, tell Mr. Robert Sims I said hello. May you rest in peace.
God bless you
Robert Lamont Briggs
February 19, 2021
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
February 19, 2021
May the peace and love of God envelope you during this time. Mrs. Sims loved her family with her all! Be comforted and allow God to do what he does best; be God in your life!
Patrice Mahone
February 19, 2021
On behalf of my family! Cousin Ethel was a constant force in our lives! Your presence will forever be missed! You will always remain in our hearts and mind!
Rest in Power!
Merdie, Jerome, Vince, Alltrinna, Drake, Priscilla, Joesph, Kyle, Drayden Kerney and the Jimerson Family!
Vincent J. Kerney
February 18, 2021
Auntie Ethel was one of the sweetest souls I've ever encountered, truly grateful to have known her during her 94yr journey. May the Lord grant her peace. An angel she certainly was.
February 18, 2021
To the family:
Faith, hope & love were action words for her! Our parents served in church with Deac.& Sis. Sims. Thanking God for her, and praying for you.
--The Larsons
February 17, 2021
Cousin Ethel, Thank you so much for allowing me to a part of your journey through this life. I will miss all the talks and stories you and I had about my mom, and our family. You are truly a Beautiful Soul in every way. Much Love from Carolyn and my Family.
Carolyn A Price
February 17, 2021
In loving memory. Will miss the visits and the sharing of family history. Cousins Forever ❤
Diane Jackson & James Moss
February 17, 2021
Our dear life long friend Ethel will never be forgotten. We pray that the love of family and friends will give each of you strength in the days ahead.

The Lofton Family,
Herbert, Diane, Michael, Beverly, and LaTonya
Beverly Lofton
February 17, 2021
I am so grateful for the time my family and I spent with my Aunt Ethel..many about life.No matter when we talked we would end our conversations with these statements...I would say love you and she would say " love you too and you and Thomas take care of each other".
Take your rest Aunt Ethel you lived a full life for 94 years. You are missed! R.I. H.

Carolyn and Thomas Little, Robert Bledsoe, Jennifer Rodriguez, Charmaine Patterson, Joseph Little, Eric Bell and Krissy Stricklen
Carolyn Little
February 17, 2021
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
Lorraine Malone
February 16, 2021
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