Virgie Mae Gill
February 10, 1940 – July 29, 2016
Virgie Gill, 76, of Robertson County, passed away on Friday July 29, 2016 embraced by her family along her bedside. A visitation will begin from 9:30am until service time on Monday, August 1, 2016 at Smetana Cemetery. Her memorial service will begin at 10am, on Monday August 1, 2016. Services are in the care of Callaway- Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.
Virgie was born to Allen and Polly Herrod Comfort in Jackson, Mississippi. She was a hard working lady who enjoyed life and was very pleased with her children’s accomplishments. She married Robert Lee Gill in Mississippi. Robert’s family moved from Mississippi and began their legacy in Brazos County. She enjoyed cooking and providing meals for all who came to visit. She was a loving and caring lady for her family and friends. Virgie was very proud of her grandchildren and loved them without end. Those who knew her habits of playing Bingo and visiting the casinos as often as possible will miss her.
Her husband Robert Lee Gill, her parents, her son Robert Gill, grandson Michael Lynn Ware, her granddaughter Faith Warmke, her great-granddaughter Corra Kibodeaux all precede her in death.
She is survived by her sons Ronnie and wife Melissa Gill, Horrace and wife Debbie Gill; her brother Horrace and wife Peg Comfort, and sister Linda and husband Joe Douglas; her eight grandchildren, her seventeen great-grandchildren; numerous cousins and other relatives.
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My Heart Is Deeply Saddened At The Passing Of Mrs. Virgie Mae Gill. “Maw Maw” was one of the most sweetest and dearest women that I ever had the privilege of meeting. She was one of my favorite HEB shoppers who loved life and her family. She was a joy to be around and will be so greatly missed. She was the one who introduced me to “Boiled Peanuts” in a can. My prayer is that God will comfort and keep her family during this trying hour and may her sweet soul rest in peace!!!
My prayers are with all of you.lots of memories with my sweet cousin. My she rest in the arms of Jesus . Love you all.
Prayers to all the family and friends of Virgie. I worked with her for a short time years ago and she was a very loving lady for sure, May all of you find peace in your memories of her.
My prayers go out to you all, and I wish could meet you all, I am Frances Comfort son and so sad to hear this. God Bless
So sorry for y’all ‘s loss
Go rest high on that mountain my Angel Sister, spread you wings fly! God knew you needed to rest so he met you there.Now you walk that Golden street with our Family by your side. Give them a big hug and kiss for me and tell them I will soon be there. Spread your Angels wings my Sister and fly fly!!!!! I love you and will miss
Go rest high on that mountain my Angel Sister, spread you wings fly! God knew you needed to rest so he met you there.Now you walk that Golden street with our Family by your side. Give them a big hug and kiss for me and tell them I will soon be there. Spread your Angels wings my Sister and fly fly!!!!! I love you!!
To my loving cousin when you see all our family tell them we love and miss them and we will all be together again someday. Love you Cricket
Those we love can never be more than a thought away..for as long as there’s a memory..they live in our hearts to stay..
I send my love to the family who have always been an extended family of my own…I hope you find your peace through your grief..and just know you are all loved and in our thoughts at this time..
I will miss you so much we been twins for 76 yrs sisters for ever love you. Murnell
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. It is never easy to loose a loved one but if you have watched them suffer it makes it a little easier to let them go. When I would go to bingo I would always see Virgie and she always had kind words to say. I will miss seeing her and talking to her.
Rest in Peace sweet lady.
Condolences to the Gill family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your whole family. Psalms 147:3 says God, “heals the broken hearted, and binds up their wounds.” May God bring you comfort and peace.