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Billie Bailey

August 14, 1951 ~ November 15, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Billie Bailey Obituary

Billie Parlee Sue Bailey
1951 – 2023

Billie Parlee Sue Bailey passed away in her home in Brookfield, MO on November 15, 2023, at the age of 72.  She was born in Kansas City, MO on August 14, 1951.

She was preceded in death by her two sons, Rickey and Mikey; her mother, Bevis Breeding; her father, Billie Williams and a brother, Russell Roberts.

Survivors include a daughter, Crystal Redden; three grandchildren, Lowell Redden (Faith Thomas), Rose (Dakota) Collins and Beulah Redden (Skyler Henderson); nine great-grandchildren, Emmalynn, Acme, Kane, Liam, Jacksyn, Brodie, Max, Levi and another great grandbaby on the way; a brother, Keith (Sharon) Williams and a sister, Patty Brogan.  Also surviving is her much loved boyfriend, Darrel Lawrence.

Billie loved to eat Mexican and Chinese food any chance she had.  She liked watching her Western shows and movies, wrestling and Maury.  Billie wanted nothing more than to help everybody she met and to have her kids, grandkids and great grandkids together every chance she could.  She would make sure if you came to her house you were always fed.  She would always want to do her hair and nails and get dressed up just to feel beautiful.  

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