Ellen Louise McCall passed away February 5, 2021 at the age 84. She was born July 30, 1936 in Camden, Alabama to Sadie and Harvey James. At the age of 16 she was Miss Alabama. On November 2, 1954, Ellen married Jesse McCall, Sr. She loved spending time with her family. Ellen also loved to cook, bake and spend time quilting and sewing. She always made a friend wherever she was. She made a lasting impression as people naturally gravitated towards her. Ellen is preceded in death by her loving husband of 52 years. She leaves behind to cherish her memory her children; Rebecca James, Joseph Odell Thompson, Jesse McCall, Jr., Charles A. McCall, Sr. (Tanyia), Kenneth W. McCall (Virginia), Ellen D. McCall (Alonzo King), Deloris Y. McCall, Charlotte E. Williams (John H. Lyons, Jr.); 19 grandchildren; a host of great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. She will truly be missed by all who knew her.

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  1. Too many memories to share, our families gi back for year’s. Just know that each of you are in our prayers. Much love. Pastor Butch and Rev. Debra Seward.

  2. Kimberly is my best friend an granny has always treated me as her own a part of me is still in shock an will deeply miss her an love her so I can still hear her voice laughing talking bout she need her some kools lol u will be missed but never forgotten we love u granny desi an family

  3. On behalf of the staff at Newell Retirement Apartment where Ms. McCall was a long time resident. We are deeply saddened by her passing. We extent our prayers and love to all the family. Praying that God give you strength and comfort you in your loss. Debra Cobb – Property Manager Ambrosio Prado- Maintenance

  4. Momma McCall im just so lost for word’s, u alwys made me laugh & i enjoyed all our conversation, the advice w/ any problems i had, u just made me so happy & honored to have been able to have u in my life. I tried to make the greens & okra but it just didn’t taste like yours R. I. P my sweet beautiful πŸ‘‘ Ellen. Rest ur job here on earth is done. Now u have received your Crown. I luv u & miss u .πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜­πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’• praying for y’all Sonny, Ken, Charles, Neice, Evette, Dolores. Praying that God will give y’all the strength y’all need @ this time. Luv u all my brothers & sister’s from another mister.πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’•πŸ’•

  5. No words I write can ever say, how much I miss you everyday. As time goes by the loneliness grows, how much I miss you, nobody knows. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name. But all I have are memories and a photo in a frame. No one knows my sorrow. No one sees me weep. But the love I have for you is in my heart to keep. I’ve never stopped loving you, I know I never will. Deep inside my heart you are with me still. Heartaches in this world are many, but mine is worse than any. My heart still aches as I whisper low, ” I love you and miss you so.” The things we feel so deeply are often the hardest to say. But I just can’t keep quiet anymore, so I’ll tell you anyway. There is a place in my heart that no one else can fill. I love you so much Granny and I always will!

  6. Lou, your laugh, your smiles, your cliches, your cooking and mainly you, will truly be missed, you were a awesome mother-in-law, grandmother and friend, you were always there to listen, we went through good times and disappointments, but we managed to make it through, so R.I.H. until we meet again Sweet Lady

  7. Ellen Louise McCall was an incredible sassy and powerful woman and mother. Her laughter and sense of humor was contagious, along with her ability to have a smart comeback to almost any conversation. Joy and happiness was always centered around her. She provided love and support for her family and inspired everyone who knew her. It was my honor and privilege to have known her and to have been part of her family. Our heavenly Father has welcomed her with open arms, so now she can Rest in Paradise (RIP) and be at Peace…Love always- Barbara McCall

  8. Mrs.McCall i will always remember your cooking and kindness,you didnt stand much foolishness and love u laugh and your grandbabies …God makes no mistakes im so grateful to have met and spent time…Rest now and watch over us always.

  9. Hello my name is Gail Crowder and Evette and I have been friends since we were 9 years old. And Mama MaCall has been a mother figure to me every since the day that I met her. Her wisdom, correction, love and Amazing cooking is what I carry with me everyday of my life. I loved her like a mother and she will truly be missed. Evette and I will be sisters until we take our ladt breath . I am in prayer for the family.

  10. She is a strong-minded woman She played no games she loved all her family and she would make sure everybody is okay. She would ask me to come visit so we can have a smoke together (laughing). I will talk to her and she would just talk to me for a little bit and tell me “call me when you get a chance or when you feel like it” and I would say okay Granny I love you Granny. I would go to visit her and we would talk about stuff. she would tell me that she was trying to show Mr. Leo a little leg I just laughed cuz she was so serious. I’m so sorry Granny I couldn’t be there to see you off just know that I love you so much and I miss you a lot love your granddaughter Kimberly.

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