Cassie Rollings

Cassie Rollings

Cassie Morton Rollings of Guntersville, AL, passed away at Shepherd’s Cove on December 31, 2021.

Born December 13, 1936, in Albertville, AL, to George Russell and Mary Walker Morton, she grew up in Albertville, graduated from Albertville High School in 1954 and then received her degree from Snead State Junior College.

While working at Life of Alabama Insurance Company in Gadsden, she met Billy Dean Rollings. After marrying in 1960, they made Guntersville their permanent home.

When they began a family, she became a full-time homemaker and devoted her time to taking care of her family. In 1993, she helped open and assisted Billy in operating the Butcher Shop on Blount Avenue in Guntersville until they retired.

Cassie enjoyed cooking, gardening, reading, traveling and spending time with her family. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.

She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Billy Dean Rollings; sons Roy (Myra) Rollings and Robert (Shannon) Rollings; grandsons Thomas (Weathers) Rollings and John Davis Rollings; and granddaughter Emma Rollings.

A special thanks to caregivers Mitzi Marbry, Amanda Harden and Ronda Sims.

A private graveside service was held at Marshall Memorial Gardens on January 2 with Dr. Aaron Johnson officiating and Carr Funeral Home directing. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial gifts to Christ Redeemer Church, P.O. Box 16, Guntersville, AL 35976.

Pallbearers were Paul Claborn, Ron Dutton, Terrell England, Steve Hoggle, Steve Moultrie and Shane Vandergriff.

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