Gail Wilson Dill, 69, went
home to be with the Lord, Sunday, January 28, 2018, at Tidelands Georgetown
Mrs. Dill was born the daughter
of Rev. Marvin Leo Wilson and Gertrude Flowers Wilson. She
worked as Bank Teller for many years at several banks and was one of the
original Tellers of the former Andrews Bank & Trust. Gail being
a social butterfly current hostess and waitress with Chandlers Restaurant
just to visit with her town family and friends. While living
in Bamberg for many years, she was a member of the Bamberg Pentecostal
Holiness Church; and was active member of the Andrews First Pentecostal
Holiness Church where she served faithfully in the Women’s Ministry and
Women’s Bible Studies. Her greatest enjoyment and love was
spending time with her family. Though words could never fully describe
her joyous and contagious smiles or the limitless hugs to family and friends,
her acts of selfless giving, fervent prayer, and an unconditional love
leaves a legacy of a Beloved Mother and Christian Woman.
She leaves behind:
a daughter, Amy Lynnette (Mack E) W. Watford; five grandchildren, Travis
Brent (Candyce) Watford, Mace E. (Marie) Watford, James Kolbey (Kara) Watford,
Hailey Liz Beth Watford, and Thomas Korey (Brooke Cecile) White; six great-grandchildren,
Victoria Lane, Prestyn, Cace, Kaydence, Kynsleigh, and waiting his arrival
in May, Masyn; and a granddaughter-in-law, Chelsea White. She also
leaves behind: a sister, Linda (Robin) Barrineau-Powell; and two nephews,
Laurice Rogerson “Roger” (Shana) Barrineau and their children, Reese and
Savannah; and Christopher Marvin Barrineau.
She was predeceased by:
her parents; and a son, Thomas Mark White.
A Home Going Celebration will be 3PM, Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at the
Andrews First Pentecostal Holiness Church. Officiating will be Rev. Dean
Baber and Rev. Paul Miles.
The Dill family will receive
family and friends immediately after the service in the Family Life Center.
Interment directed by the
Andrews Chapel of McKenzie Funeral Home will follow at 5PM in the Andrews