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Mary Gayle Hill Wylie

November 9, 2010

Mary Gayle Hill Wylie

Mary Gayle Hill Wylie, age 51, died Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010, at her sister's residence in Cedar Bluff.
Mrs. Wylie was born Oct. 9, 1959, in Ripley, to Gilbert "Duke" and Mary Ruth Williams Hill. She was a member of Dumas Baptist Church. She owned her own lawn service and was the manager over the Garden Center at Wal-Mart. Prior to that and during her college years at Mississippi State, she worked for Pretty Pots and Montgomery Flower Shop in West Point, Boyd's Flowers in Tupelo and Mary Bells in Greenwood.
Mrs. Wylie loved the outdoors, working in her garden, fishing, camping and spending lots of time with her family. She was a very independent woman and there was nothing she couldn't
do. She never had just one job. She was a very productive person and enjoyed doing all she did.
Funeral services are 10 a.m. today, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010, at United Funeral Service with Bro. Scott Huddson and Bro. Shannon Edwards officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
She is survived by her husband, Richard W. Wylie; her mother, Mary Ruth Hill of Cedar Bluff; one sister, Gwen Hill Collums of Cedar Bluff; two children: Henry D. Wylie of Dumas and Mary Elizabeth Wylie of Cedar Bluff; two step-daughters: Amanda L. Wylie and Heather M. Wylie, both of Pensacola, Fla.; three step-grandchildren: David J. Bagwell, Destinee Wylie andKaylan Wylie, all of Pensacola, Fla.
Mrs. Wylie was preceded in death by her father, Gilbert "Duke" Hill; one sister, Julie Ann Hill Fulton; and her grandparents: H.D. and Athelee Hill and L.c. and Alma Mae Williams.
Pallbearers are Doug Richards, James Earl Power, Jay Potts, Lonnie Brooks, Mike Fredricks, Chuck Coleman, Kevin Wood and B.J. Whiteside.
Honorary pallbearers are Dr. Michael Jones, Dr. Tim Thompson, Dr. Brad Scott, Dr. Sam Creekmore, Dr. W.M. Billington, the nursing staff of CCU/ICU and 2nd floor of Baptist Memorial Hospital - Union County, Chris Thomas EMT, New Albany Wal-Mart Garden Center management and associates, Andy Williams at Rose Drug Store, and Jennifer, Yoyo and Bonnie with Gentiva Hospice.
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