We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Christian Memorial Funeral Home
Ms. WaughDean was born on August 26, 1948 to the union of the late Mr. L.G. Bush and the late Mrs. Texas Lucille McGowan-Bush.
At an early age, she united with First Baptist Church of Cropwell, AL. She was educated in the St. Clair County School System. For over 20 years, she made a difference at The Village of Cooks Springs and retired in 2014.
WaughDean Bush was a very special lady. To know her was to love her because she loved all her family and friends from the depths of her soul. She was a loyal and confident woman, and because of this, she touched so many lives with her thoughts, actions, words, and good deeds.
Our hearts are heavy, and we will miss her dearly. WaughDean Bush can never be replaced nor forgotten. Her legacy and memories will always live on within us.
WaughDean departed this life on December 18, 2021 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Trussville, AL.
She leaves to cherish her memories: her seven children, Mollie Bush, Johnny Bush, Howie Bush, Regina (Herman) Bush, Michael Bush, Darren Bush, and Charo Lashan Bush, all of Pell City, AL; sisters, Norma Lu Bush, Columbus, GA, and Mrs. Carrie A. (Thomas) Wisdom, Columbus, GA; brothers, Mr. Jerry (Felicia) Bush, Mr. L.D. Bush, and Mr. Roosevelt (Kim) Bush, all of Pell City, AL; grandchildren, Travis (Laportia) Bush, Pell City, AL, Dewayne Smith, Oxford, AL, Resheena Bush (Lenny) Harrell, Huntsville, AL, Whitney Bush, Meleah Johnson, Ta'Michael Fomby, Austin Bush, La'Derricka Martin, La'Shanta Armstrong, Miracle Oden Bush, Trevor Herring, and Andrew Kendricks, all of Pell City, AL; ten great grandchildren; two special nephews, Mr. Edward (Pam) Bush and Mr. Calvin Bush, both of Pell City, AL; special nieces, Beverly Bush and Jill (Johnny) Seals, both of Pell City, AL; special brother-in-law, Willie (Boot) Robinson, of Pell City, AL; one special friend, Ms. Barbara Bedford; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.