Mildred Goss

Mildred Goss

Mildred Jeanette “Crawford” Goss, 91, a lifelong resident of Albertville, passed to her Heavenly Home from her beloved Albertville Nursing Home on February 4, 2020, surrounded by loving family members.

Throughout her years, Ms. Goss was employed at H.D. Lee and retired following numerous years there as a factory worker. She enjoyed gardening, cooking and camping at Guntersville Lake. The past eight years, she loved sharing and caring for her fellow residents and the staff at Albertville Nursing Home. They were family to her and she to them.

She was crowned their Albertville Nursing Home Queen in 2015 and was then selected to the Top 10 in the State of Alabama to compete in the Ms. Alabama Nursing Home Pageant. These honors were some of the highlights of her 91 years, but her greatest joy was sharing the love of the Lord with others.

Special thank you and blessings to her sister in law Peggy Crawford & nephew Steven Crawford for their faithful care and for loving her so well along with daughters Connie, Martha and sister Debbie. Thanks go also to her physician Dr. Ufford and all the staff at Albertville Nursing Home for their constant loving care and devotion.

She was preceded in death by her husband Junior and her son Ronald. She’s survived by daughters Martha McCauley (Kenneth) and Connie Goss and sisters Sue Sassenberger and Debbie Smith (Steve).

Her family requests that to honor her a gesture of kindness be made to another precious senior citizen.

Cremation (per her request) was entrusted to Cremation Services of East Alabama.

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