|Birth: ||May 4, 1933|
|Death: ||Jun. 17, 2016|
Nina M. Grimsley, 83, of Keytesville, MO, died Friday, June 17, 2016 at her home. Nina was born May 4, 1933 in Keytesville, MO the daughter of Harris and Cordie (Wright) Cunningham. She married Billy Gene Smith on January 15, 1955 and he preceded her in death on February 11, 1979, she married Francis E. "Jim" Grimsley on June 2, 1979 and he preceded her in death on October 31, 1996.
Nina was a graduate of Keytesville High School, class of 1951. She was a homemaker. Nina enjoyed gardening, going out to eat, going to auctions, music, and her dog Remington.
Nina is survived by her daughters Susan(Larry) Strecker of Columbia, MO, Kim (Jim) Shannon of Keytesville, MO, son Randy (Kelly) Smith of Lee's Summit, MO, brother Bob (Marlene) Cunningham of Moberly, MO, sister Wanda Hewatt of Keytesville, MO, seven grandchildren Holly Brengarth, Shauna(Chris) Adler, Jennifer(Paemon) Moghaddas, James "Buck" (Jessie) Shannon, Michael Strecker, Kelsey Smith, Libby Smith, great grandchildren Garrett & Gage Adler, Kiera & Drake Shannon, special friend Charles Coy, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands, half brother Weldon Cunningham and wife Mary, infant sister Velma Sue.
Harris Elmer Cunningham (1884 - 1974)
Cordie L. Wright Cunningham (1906 - 1963)
Billy Gene Smith (1928 - 1979)
Francis E. Grimsley (1932 - 1996)
Loyd Weldon Cunningham (1916 - 1999)**
Velma Sue Cunningham (1931 - 1932)*
Nina M. Cunningham Grimsley (1933 - 2016)
Asbury Methodist Cemetery
Created by: C. Coy
Record added: Jun 19, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 165321622
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