Terry McGill Obituary, Terry McGill Has Passed Away Unexpectedly

Terry McGill Death, Obituary – Terry McGill has reportedly died unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, and agony, according to an online publication. Terry Kay McGill, who was 62 years old at the time of her death on December 20, 2022, died away in the comfort of her home in Spring, Texas, due to illness. The day of her passing was December 20.

On October 25, 1960, she was born in Kennett, Missouri, and her parents were Leon and Nell Bankston. She was the only child of her parents. Terry married Marc McGill on August 17, 1979, in Fairfield, Illinois. During their time together in high school, Terry developed a crush on Marc, and she eventually ended up marrying him. Terry valued the time she was able to spend participating in simple conversation with the people she cared about including her closest friends.

If you’ve ever had the chance to chat with Terry, you’ve automatically gained a lifelong friend. Terry spent a substantial amount of years working as a teacher’s aide at Geff Grade School and Center Street School. Both of these schools are located in Geff. Observing the growth and success of her students offered her a great deal of happiness. The sole surviving members of Terry’s family are her husband Marc, their children Rachel McGill and Alyssa (Derek) Tucker, and their granddaughter Capri Ayla Tucker, all of whom live in Spring, Texas.

She leaves behind her one sister, Dana (Doug) Wilson (Olivia and Ian) of Fairfield, Illinois; her one brother, Jason (Andrea) Bankston (Jace and Averi) of Fairfield, Illinois; her many wonderful nieces and nephews; and so many other precious family members and friends, all of whom she cherished tremendously. She is also survived by her many wonderful nieces and nephews; and so many other precious family members and friends. At the Johnson & Vaughn Funeral Home in Fairfield on Thursday, December 29, between the hours of 11 AM and 1 PM, there will be a viewing conducted in memory of the deceased.