Rachel Leigh Gillow Simpson, Kingston

Rachel loved her children more than anything in her life. 

Rachel Leigh Gillow Simpson, age 32, of Kingston passed away Saturday, June 20, 2020 at Roane Medical Center. 

She was born February 16, 1988 in West Branch, Michigan and a 2006 graduate of Roane County High School.  She loved her children more than anything in her life.  She also enjoyed racing, softball, and was an avid UT Vols fan.  Rachel was such a loving person, always volunteering her time to others and never met a stranger.  She was always happy and loved life. 

Preceded in death by her brother, Edward Francis Gillow; grandparents, Howard & Eleanor Gillow; grandfather, Charlie (The Clown) Slicker.


Husband              Cameron Ricky Simpson of Harriman      

Children               Mason Simpson of Kingston

                               Emma Simpson of Kingston

 Step-son               Austin Simpson of Rockwood

 Father                  Edward Gillow & wife, Candy of Lake City, Michigan

Mother                 Cynthia Ann Slicker Gillow of Harriman

 Sisters                  Katie Clennan & husband, Kurt of Modesto, California

                              Mindy Kelley & husband, Jarred of Kingston

                              Charlee Martin of Kingston

Brothers               Jacob Gillow and Zackary Gillow, both of Lake City, Michigan

Grandparents      Ellen Scott of Holmes Beach, Florida

                              Shirley Slicker of Kingston

Father-in-law       Ricky Simpson of Harriman

Mother-in-law     Kathy Simpson of Spring City

A host of extended family and friends

 A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.  Online register book can be signed at www.frakerfuneralhome.net. Fraker Funeral Home of Kingston is in charge of all the arrangements.

About News Department

Check Also

Margie Lee (Finn) Johnson, 93, Knoxville (formerly of Rockwood)

Margie Lee (Finn) Johnson, 93, of Knoxville, formerly of Rockwood, Tennessee passed away after a …

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.