Christiana (KiKi) M. Megois


CROPWELL - Ms. Christiana M. Megois (KiKi) passed away peacefully at her childhood home in Cropwell, AL on March 17, 2018 at the age of 56. Christi was preceded in death by her grandparents, Sylvester and Christiana Stocks, Irene Kolivas, Pete Megois and her brother, "Big" Mike Megois. She is survived by her children, T.J. (Heather) Elzey, Jered (Andria) Elzey, Ethan Elzey, Cameron Elzey and Amanda Chantel; grandchildren, Chassedi Hawkins, Stacey Spivey, Rowan Cumbie, Emalyn Elzey, Calliea Elzey, Cavannah Elzey, Zoe Elzey, Skarlytt Elzey, Zay Elzey, Jet Elzey, and Meridith Elzey; parents, Mickey and Margaret Megois; brothers, Rusty (Nina) Megois, Paul (Nicky) Megois, Mike, Jake, and Cruse Megois; sisters, Kim Megois, Sonya (Chris) Bowman and Diane Adams; her very special Uncle Bill and Aunt Barbara Stocks and her Aunt Jan Stocks; and close friends, Abbie Mansfield, Brandon "G" and Krista Gilliland. Christi graduated from Pell City High School in 1980. She graduated with honors from Jacksonville State University in 2003 with a Bachelors Degree in English Education. Christi taught at Sylacauga City Schools, Talladega City Schools and Talladega County Schools. Her family will always remember her as an incredible mother, daughter and sister. She was a very driven and caring woman who always put her family first. She will be missed greatly, and her memories will be cherished by those who loved her, and that love will be carried on as she taught us. A Celebration of Life service will be held on March 22, 2018, 6:30 p.m., at the City Recreation Hall on 19th Street in Pell City, AL.
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