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Ann McGill

04/11/1934 - 05/21/2020

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Ann McGill passed away on May 21, 2020. We will celebrate her life of 86 years at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers.

In support of the health of our community, seating is limited due to the social distancing requirement set by Governor Abbott during the services. Therefore, only immediate family will attend the service.  The services will be live-streamed and will be available for thirty days at www.memorialdesigners.net. Please sign the virtual guestbook and share memories and expressions of sympathy by selecting the icon.

Elizabeth Ann McGill was born on April 11, 1934, to Charles and Edith Hamm in Fulbright, TX.  She graduated from Monahans High School in 1952.  She married Charles “Skip” McGill in 1954.  They moved to Lubbock after Skip’s military career ended and she began her career in banking.  When she retired from Lubbock National Bank, she and Skip enjoyed taking trips in their RV and hanging out with their grandchildren. There was nothing she loved more than spending time with her daughter shopping and following her granddaughters to all of their events and games.

Survivors include her daughter, Karla Venable and husband Keith of Lubbock; two grandchildren, Jordan McVicker and fiancé Bretton of Tahoka, and AnnDee McVicker of Lubbock; sister, Sue Jasper of Houston; and niece, Sharon Aday and husband Brent of Lubbock.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Skip McGill and a grandchild, Hannah Grace Venable.

Memorials

The family of Ann McGill has designated the Lubbock Cooper Special Olympics Program for contributions donated in her memory.

Stream

Celebration of Life

Life Tribute

Memorial Service

Location: Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
Date:05/26/2020
Start Time:2:00 pm
End Time:3:00 pm

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7 Comments on “Ann McGill”

  1. My love and appreciation for Ann goes DEEP and WIDE. She and I confided in one another, supported one another, and loved many of the same people and things. She loved my husband and the teasing she took from him made her special in my book. May her memory live long in all of our hearts as we wait for the day we can all join our loved ones around the great Throne. I love all of you–Karla, Keith, Jordan, and AnnDee.

    My sincerest condolences,
    Melody Dawes

  2. Ann was like a 2nd Mother to me, growing up. Karla and I played while our parents played cards. My love to Karla, her girls and everyone who knew and loved Ann and Skippy❤️❤️

  3. Remembering Ann from our days together at LNB. Her life was always about her loves…Skip and Karla. Although I haven’t seen her in years, I’ll always remember her contagious smile and laugh and beauty inside and out.

  4. Her smile and adoring eyes upon those she loved so deeply will always be how I remember Ann. I felt like you all welcomed me right into your Family Tribe when we all met while you were viewing homes with Sharon for Lindsay to come to college. I have been blessed to get to watch her loves grow and flourish all the while she smiled with ever-loving support all the way. My heart hurts for your wonderful family. The Tribute is so beautiful. Ann always shines! She was THE BEST, and I will never forget that love and her beautiful adoration of those she loved. Big virtual hugs to you all. God bless and keep you close. As I have learned from your family, always let the ones you love–know it….Love you more, my friends!

  5. Karla, you won’t remember me, but my first few years at LNB were my connection to Ann. You were the light of her life, and I am sure your children stepped right into that circle. She was great at her job and such fun to work with, and I loved seeing the Life Tribute. Fond memories! There aren’t too many of us left, and I hadn’t seen Ann in years, but I remember her big smile and sense of humor. I have you and your family in my prayers.

  6. What great pictures!!! Such a sweet lady! I know your loss is so difficult. No one loves us like our momma! Praying HIs peace gives you strength and comfort, and that you are able to enjoy the many, many memories of sweet Ann!! With hugs,

  7. Keith, Karla, Jordan & AnnDee,

    I know your loss is great because Ann’s love for all of you was great! We are praying for each of you. May God’s comfort carry you though the difficult days, weeks, & months to come. We love you all!

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