Condolence & Memory Journal

Jill and I worshipped at Good Samaritan together, and we were in daily contact when she scheduled surgery for Bryn Mawr Hospital OR. My husband and I visited her a couple of times after she moved to Mount Pleasant and we treasure a sweetgrass basket that she gave us. So sorry to learn that she is no longer with us, but thankful that she knew the Lord with whom she now abides.

Posted by Cathie Russell - Winchester, VA - Friend   December 14, 2016

Jill was a great friend, We the played cards every Tuesday. She liked the oakmeal cookies I brought from McDonalds. Didn't care if she won are lost at cards as long as she got to be there. Will miss her.

Posted by Jean McMillan - Daniel Island, SC - Friend   June 04, 2015

I didn't have the priveledge of knowing Jill for a long time; however, she always had a smile and her positivity and warmth endeared her to me instantly. From everything I have heard she was a wonderful grandmother and friend to many. She knew and served the Lord and we can be asssured she will be with Him for all eternity. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time.

Posted by Becky Walden - Zimmerman, MN   June 04, 2015

I met Jill at Newcomers when I first moved to Mt. Pleasant We became friends when we began playing Canasta, and we miss her every week when we meet and continue to talk about her. My thoughts and prayers are with all of her family. I am so thankful for her friendship. Mai

Posted by MaI McCrory - Mt Pleasant, SC - Canasta friend   June 04, 2015