Mary Elsie "Isabell"

November 24, 1934 - May 21, 2020

Mary Elsie “Isabell” Zigler of Florence. Passed away Thursday, May 21, 2020.

She worked with the Project Linus for over 40 years and many other quilting and sewing groups for charity.  Preceding her in death was her husband of 67 years, William G. Zigler. Also preceding her in death were her infant son; parents, William and Edith Marie Massie; brother, Walter Massie; sister, Margaret Lou Bates.

Survivors include:

Children: Carl Zigler (Tammie), John Zigler (Elaine), William O. Zigler (Jan), and James Paul Zigler (Julie)

Sisters: Loretta Veney and Billie Joe Massie

Grandchildren: Carl A. Zigler, Jessica Zigler, Jonathan Zigler, Aubrey Pescosolida (Ron), Ayn Frazee (Tim) Eric Reyes (Diana), Jennifer Calvo, Julio Calvo, Tabitha Zigler, and Joey Zigler

Great-Grandchildren: Scarlett Zigler, Joseph Frazee, Brianne Bolanos

A Special thanks to Shoals Hospice, Hannah, RN, Violet, Chaplain Chance, & Dr. Anjum.

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6 Comments on “Mary Elsie "Isabell" Zigler”

  1. A wonderful spirited woman. I enjoyed knowing her and I’m sorry to read about her passing.

  2. Our deepest sympathies to the whole Family! May Isabell be at peace.
    From the Grunder family. By way if Karlene Lane.

  3. Mrs . Zigler was always a soft spoken and kind lady . She was the best baker and I will forever remember her cinnamon roll.
    May she be at peace and enjoy the company of Mt. Zigler and her other loved ones in heaven .
    Out love and prayers for the Zigler family on their loss and May the Lord comfort you in your grief .

  4. So sorry, prayers are sent your way. We rode many time to the sewing group together. She will be missed.

  5. I have and will miss a great woman who I considered a good friend. A good quilter and mother and grandmother who loved her family immensely both near and far. I loved her stories about growing up and over coming hardships. She was multi faceted with a strength she shared with humility and love. Rest well and God speed.

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