Dale Elizabeth Kelley

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Dale Elizabeth Kelley

July 28, 1954 - February 01, 2019

Dale Elizabeth Kelley Dale Elizabeth Griffin Kelley, 64 of Moultrie, died Friday February 1, 2019 at her residence. Funeral service will be 3:00pm Monday February 4, 2019 in the chapel of Baker Funeral Home with Rev. Mark Jordan officiating. Interment will follow at Baker/Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
Born July 28, 1954 in Coolidge, she was the daughter of the late Garland Alton Justin Griffin and Fronnie Beatrice Meads Griffin. She was retired from K-Mart Corp as a department manager. She was of the Christian faith.
She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Garland Griffin and Jimmy Griffin.
Survivors include her husband, Terry Eugene Kelley, Sr. of Moultrie; son, Terry Eugene Kelley, Jr. and wife Splash of Moultrie; daughters, Miranda Nicole Kelley and Kimberly Dawn Kelley Burton and husband Cliff of Moultrie; grandchildren, Josie, Braidon, Layla, Marley, Elijah, Kylee and Ellie; brothers, Raymond Griffin and wife Lillian of Arkansas, Billy Griffin and wife Eyvone of Moultrie, Alton Griffin and wife Cindy of Byron; sister, Bernice Kinsey of Moultrie.
Visitation will be held one hour prior to service at the funeral home.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Baker Funeral Home.
Published on February 2, 2019
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3 posts

Sharon Turner
Feb 04, 2019
I am very sorry for the loss of this woman. I know she will be missed by her family. May God give you comfort and peace.
Shadoe and Ashley Griffin
Feb 02, 2019
We are sorry that we are not able to make it to say our goodbyes. We know that aunt Dale is with the good lord above and celebrating her freedom from this life. We are so blessed to have been apart of her life. We love you all. We will be praying for you all.
Marsha Carlton
Feb 02, 2019
As hard as this time is, this too will pass. Eventually comes peace and gratitude for a life well lived, an example to follow, and a love never forgotten. Remember to take care of you and rest when able. Prayers for you and your family. Marsha Carlton