The Union-Recorder March 23, 2006
Gail Dixon McDade, 46, now was residing in King, N.C., went to be with our Lord on Monday, March 20, 2006.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Williams Funeral Home with graveside services at Baldwin Memorial Gardens.
Gail was born on November 6, 1959, in Milledgeville. She was the daughter of the late Thomas W. Dixon and Shirlely A. Dixon of Jones County, Ga. Gail was a devoted wife, loving mother and faithful sister and friend.
Survivors include her loving husband James L. McDade of King, N.C.; a daughter, Sarah N. McDade of Carrolton; a son, Joshua L. McDade of King, N.C.; three stepchildren, Jeremy L. McDade, Christy Erin Simmons, and Carla B. Loggins, all of Milledgeville; three sisters, Sally Jean Loughran of Macon, Laura Kay Black of Seattle, Wash., and Leslie Christine Mackay of Woodbury, Tenn.; a brother, John Dixon of Cranberry Township, Pa.
Gail was an awesome aunt and will be greatly missed by her nieces Amanda Schoolfield and Ashlie Mobley of Tennessee, Olivia Woodie and Christal Shaw, both of Macon, Bethany Corson of Florida, Hannah Dianne Dixon of Pennsylvania; and nephews, Steven Christopher Dixon of Jacksonville, N.C., and John Eric Dixon Rowland of Waynesboro.
She was a blessing to six grandchildren, and a myriad of great nieces and nephews who loved her dearly and will miss her.
Gail McDade was a Chrisitian who walked the walk and suffered with Christ. Her heart went out to those who did know Jesus. She was always concerned about others finding Jesus and eternal life. Her example will be a challenge to follow for us all, but a challenge we will endeavor to honor her with. She would want any one reading this to knwo that God sent his only Son to redeem us from our sins with His blood on the cross in order to give us everlasting life; the life that Gail McDade now enjoys, without suffering, in the arms of the Jesus she so loved.
The familly will receive friends and relatives at the home of Williams Funeral Home in Milledgeville. There will be a gathering of family from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Williams Funeral Home & Crematory in Milledgeville has charge of arrangements.