- 77 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 27, 1939
- Date of passing: May 6, 2016
|Let the memory of Mary Gladys Geter Echols be with us forever.|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mary Gladys Geter Echols, 77, born on January 27, 1939 and transitioned on May 6, 2016. We will remember her forever.
There are reflcetions of her life and career under the tabs Her Life and Stories.
Light a candle, lay a flower, or leave a note in honor of her memory in the tribute section below.
The family requests that any donations be made to: Bethel Heard Baptist Church, P.O. Box 802, Newnan, GA 30264
Family of Mary Gladys Geter Echols
"During our lifetime, we often meet people whom we can never forget. Mrs. Mary Gladys Geter Echols was one such special person. I remember her as a lady of class and dignity. I am very proud to say that we were classmates.
My prayers, and condolences go out to her family.
James L. Arnold, Sr.
Central High, Class of 1958
James L. Arnold - June 04 at 10:25 AM"
"I remember Ms. Mary as one of my God mothers. She always gave me the word God and took me to church on several occassions. She will always be remembered as one of my favorite people.
Xavier Jones - May 31 at 19:33"
"My cousin was beautiful inside and outside. I will miss our talks. You were there for me after the passing of my mother and especially after the passing of my husband. Your heart was true. I will miss you. Rest now in heaven. Love your first cousin Jeanette.
Jeanette Mosley - June 1 at 6:26 PM"
"Linda A. Smith sent a virtual gift in memory of Mary Gladys Geter Echols. Linda A. Smith - May 27 at 02:36 PM"
"I light this candle in memory of Mary Gladys Geter Echols. May her light burn forever. Howard Lynch, Forestville, Md. Central High Class of 1959" Howard Lynch - May 26 at 07:12 PM"
"My prayers are with the family. For we know that all things are working together for our good. Mary will be missed but not forgotten. Dr. Rufus & Mary Smith" Mary G. Smith - May 24 at 04:55 PM"
"I was very saddened by the passing of Mrs. Echols but also rejoiceful because I knew she knew the Lord. She would travel by foot or by bus never took rides from others. I recall one day seeing her in the peachtree center food court on my way to work. I stopped to have a chat with her and she had just bought some fur boots and she was in good spirits. She had a very good memory. Often recalling my family members birthdays, names and asking about their well being. Mrs. Echols would often attend Colonial Hills community meetings and events. She attended bible study on Wednesdays and often attended church service at Mount Glory. Gonna miss seeing you around. See you again one day. REST IN HEAVEN MY SHERO"
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