Ms. Colene D Chadwick

Published 6:40 am Saturday, April 4, 2020

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Ms. Colene D Chadwick, age 84 of Valley, passed away on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, at Bethany House in Auburn.

The current Social gathering restrictions prevent us from having a service for family and friends at this time. We will have a celebration of life to be held and announced at a later date.

Chadwick was born June 18, 1935, in Lineville to the late Ashley Johnston Daniel and Daisy Lynch Daniel.

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She is survived in life by her son, Anthony (Cindy) Chadwick of Valley, daughter, Alana (Frankie) Chappell of Cussetta, daughter-in-law, Jennifer Morgan Chadwick of Villa Rica, Georgia; two Grandsons, Justin (Vicki) Chadwick of Little Mountain, South Carolina and Dakota Arabie of Cusseta; two great-granddaughters, Mckenzee and McKaylee Chadwick of Little Mountain, South Carolina; two dear nieces, Patricia Rhodes and Jane Sanders of Norfolk, Virginia and nephew, Allen Woodruff of Norfolk, Virginia. and a host of other family members.

She is preceded in death by her loving husband, Charles Tillman Chadwick, Son, Ashley T. Chadwick. Mother, Daisy Alma Daniel and Father, Ashley Johnston Daniel. Sister, Catherine Woodruff and Brother-in-Law, Raymond Woodruff. Baby sister, Wreatha Pauline Daniel. Brother, Stanley Carlos Daniel and Nephew, Danny Daniel. Granddaughter, Cheyenne Breanne Arabie.

Chadwick was a loving Christian woman. She was a very caring and loving mother to her children and grandchildren. She loved animals and especially her cats and made sure they always had treats and toys. She had a heart of gold that truly cared for anyone or anything she grew to know. She was always taking care of all of her family and loved and prayed for them daily.

She was an avid Auburn Tigers Football fan and loved Saturdays watching her Tigers and yelling War Eagle. Heaven gained a beautiful soul full of love for God on April 1 and definitely shined a little brighter because of her entrance. She was the light of our lives and will be dearly and forever missed.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to EAMC ICU unit in Opelika and Bethany House and Compassus Hospice for the warm and loving gentle care given to our mother during her illness and passing. We are grateful to each nurse, caregiver and doctor for all the kindness shown to her and our family. 

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Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home of Valley is directing.