Cecelia Kay Griggs  October 08 1947  December 11 2018

Cecelia Kay Griggs October 08 1947 December 11 2018

Cecelia “Kay”‘s Obituary Cecelia “Kay” Thompson Griggs 71 of Bridgeport passed away on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Indiana. She was born on October 8, 1947 to Lydie Garnet (Pea) and Oscar “Bud” Leroy Thompson in Vincennes, Indiana. Kay married the love of her life James “Jim” Robert Griggs on February 20, 1971. Kay was a Homemaker and loved caring and providing for her family. She especially loved caring for her best friend and little dog Charlie. She is survived by her loving husband Jim her loving children Danny Griggs and girlfriend Ally Fahr, Amy Hedge and husband Phillip of Vincennes, Indiana, 3 grandchildren Katelyn, and Madison Hedge Nathan Fiscus, 3 sisters Kathy Andrews and husband Richard of Bridgeport, Barb Tussey and husband Gary of St. Francisville Linda Mills of Bridgeport, and 1 brother Sam Thompson and wife Dixie of Lawrenceville, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Bud and Lydie Thompson and 1 daughter Angie Fiscus. Kay’s wishes were to be cremated with a private service and burial at a later date. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Cecelia Kay Griggs October 08 1947 December 11 2018.

Source: Glasser Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Bridgeport, state: Illinois

death notice Cecelia Kay Griggs October 08 1947 December 11 2018

obituary notice Cecelia Kay Griggs October 08 1947 December 11 2018

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