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Edna Louise (Wray) Gill, a resident of Meadowood Nursing Home in Grayville, Illinois, formerly of West Salem and Bone Gap, Illinois, passed away Sunday January 17, 2016 at the age of 93. She is survived by two sons, Dr. Ronald E. Gill (Terry), of Bone Gap, Donald W. Gill (Judy) of Ozark, Arkansas, and one daughter, Dena Kennedy (Tim) of North Bend, Washington. Eleven Grandchildren, Jennifer Gill (Scott) Cantner of Kingsville MD, Alissa Gill (Nick) Stieber of Bel Air MD, Rana Gill (Josh) Walker of Bel Air MD, Lindsay Gill (Peter) Stevens of Woodridge IL, Amy Gill (George) Lamplota of Park Ridge IL, Kevin (Carrie) Gill of Oak Brook Terrace IL, David (Martha) Wingate PhD of Provo Utah, Kyle Wingate of Bismarck ND, Meghan Wingate (Ben) McClelland of Portland OR, Nathan Wingate of Albuquerque NM, Miriam Wingate of White Rock NM and Twenty Five Great Grandchildren plus one due in February. Many nieces and nephews also survive.
Edna was preceded in death by her husband Clyde Murvin Gill, her parents, James and Eugenia Williamson Wray. Five sisters, Bernice Marie 'Sue' Hutchcraft, Judith 'Judy' Camp. Ethel Bridgeman, Patricia Elliott, and Anazine Williams. One brother, William Wray, and four nephews, one niece, and one great grandson Beau.
A graduate of Asbury College now Asbury University in Wilmore Kentucky, Edna Gill was a high school English Teacher in the Edwards County School District. She retired from the Edwards County School System in 1968. She later taught in a private school in Florida.
She was a member of the West Salem Christian Church. Until her age forced her to stop, she taught many Sunday school classes and women's Bible studies from her home.
Funeral services for Edna Louise (Wray) Gill will be Saturday January 23, 2016 at the West Salem Christian Church at 2:00 pm. Burial to follow at Bone Gap Cemetery. Visitation will be from Noon until the time of the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Pioneer Bible Translators in the name of Tim and Erin MacSaveny, or Oil Belt Christian Service Camp at Flora, Illinois and will be received at the funeral or Ingram's Funeral Home which is in charge of services.