Mary Louise McGill

Mary Louise McGillMrs. Mary Louise McGill, age 73 of Virginia Avenue in Woodbine, Ga. passed away on February 2nd, 2016 at the Morris Center for Caring Community Hospiceof Northeast Fl in Jacksonville, Fl.
Mrs. McGill was born in Jacksonville, Fl. on November 11th, 1942. She is the daughter of the late John Morgan & Beatrice Annabelle Innes Beasley.
She spent most of her life caring for children in her home daycare and as a paraprofessional at Kingsland Elementary School. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother who lived life to the most. It was never dull with her around as she brought lots of fun and joy everywhere she went. One thing she loved most was playing board and card games with everyone in the family. She always had a witty response in every situation that arose. She was a bright, spunky, spark in our lives that will be greatly missed.
Mrs. McGill is survived by her beloved husband, Howard McGill; her daughters, Terri Cortez of Jacksonville, Fl., and Melissa (Michael) Deen of St. Marys, Ga.; her son Tim (Wendy) McGill of Kingsland, Ga.; her sister, Johnnie (Lamar) Hatcher of Jacksonville, Fl.; her brother, Joe (Karen) Beasley of Jacksonville, Fl.,; her grandchildren, Megan McGill of Kingsland, Ga., Corey (Mariah) McGill of Holloman AFB, NM, Anthony & Julia Russo of Jacksonville, Fl., and Brandon & Chandler Deen of St. Marys, Ga.; her great grandchild, Aubrey Critchley of Kingsland, Ga.; her sister in law, Jan Beasley of Jacksonville, Fl. and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. McGill joins her brother, Melvin Beasley in Heaven.
A visitation will be held from 12 noon to 1 pm, Friday February 5th, 2016 at the First Baptist Church of Woodbine with the funeral service to follow at 1pm. Pastor Larry Boyette will preside over the service.
The family requests any donations in Mrs. McGill’s honor be made to Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, Fl. 32257.

November 11, 1942 – February 2, 2016

6 thoughts on “Mary Louise McGill

  1. Carla Davis

    Dear McGill Family,
    We are thinking of you all! We met Mary at the theater at CCHS I believe. She was always so jovial and warm hearted! She will be remembered for sure!
    Mike and Carla Davis

  2. Jan Beasley

    Mary Lou, my sister-in-law for almost fifty years, loved her children and grandchildren unconditionally, as well as her siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She and Howard were a team always. She was fun to be around. She was happy and loved to make other happy also. She will be greatly missed but heaven is richer and she is with loved ones who have gone on before.

  3. Sonya B. Walker

    Wow… She was certainly a joy to know and anytime in her presence was always special. I remember her from the grocery store in big city of Woodbine back in the early 80’s. Her smile and voice is never to be Forgotten. Our prayers are with you.
    Sonya Bessent-Walker along with Patricia Gibbs and Family of Woodbine, Georgia

  4. Theresa Bryant Mart8n

    Thinking of all of you in this time of great loss. She was a beautiful woman, inside and out, always supportive of her husband and children, and a sweet friend to all of us.
    Much love,
    Theresa Bryant Martin

  5. Donna Crabtree

    I am sad to hear of Mary’s passing. We worked together at KES. She was always helpful and we shared many laughs. I will always remember her fondly with love.


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