In Memory

Wayne Lilly

Wayne Lilly

Wayne Gerald Lilly, 44, of 4228 Old Marlboro Road, died May 26, 1993, at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital, Greensboro.

Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Gospel Baptist Church. Burial will be in Randolph Memorial Park, Asheboro.

A native of Conway, S.C., he was a graduate of GTCC, a fabric coordinator for Directional Incorporated, and founder and pastor of Anchor of Hope Baptist Church Mission, Thomasville.

Surviving are wife, Peggy Jackson Lilly; daughter, Miss Carmen Lilly; mother, Mrs. Alma C. Lilly of Archdale; sisters, Mrs. Lonita Faye Johnson of Archdale, Mrs. Annis Johnson of Pembroke, Mrs. Marie Anderson of Boonton, N.J.; brothers, Thomas Lilly of Archdale, Donald Lilly of High Point, William Lilly of Loris, S.C.

The family will be at Sechrest Funeral Home, Archdale, 7-8:30 p.m. Friday



 
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12/18/15 10:53 PM #1    

William Aka Bill Wiley

Wayne served in the military, I am not sure of which branch. 

Wayne loved his car and was a nice guy to be around.


02/16/16 05:59 PM #2    

Nicki DiMaria (Stewart)

 

Thank you to our classmate Helene (aka Linda Lawson) for locating Wayne's obituary for us:

Wayne Gerald Lilly, 44, of 4228 Old Marlboro Road, died May 26, 1993, at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital, Greensboro.

Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Gospel Baptist Church. Burial will be in Randolph Memorial Park, Asheboro.

A native of Conway, S.C., he was a graduate of GTCC, a fabric coordinator for Directional Incorporated, and founder and pastor of Anchor of Hope Baptist Church Mission, Thomasville.

Surviving are wife, Peggy Jackson Lilly; daughter, Miss Carmen Lilly; mother, Mrs. Alma C. Lilly of Archdale; sisters, Mrs. Lonita Faye Johnson of Archdale, Mrs. Annis Johnson of Pembroke, Mrs. Marie Anderson of Boonton, N.J.; brothers, Thomas Lilly of Archdale, Donald Lilly of High Point, William Lilly of Loris, S.C.

The family will be at Sechrest Funeral Home, Archdale, 7-8:30 p.m. Friday.\


02/17/16 09:09 AM #3    

Toni Reynolds (Grady)

Very nice guy. Always spoke to everyone. Didn't know he became a preacher. He left us way too soon!


02/17/16 01:10 PM #4    

Linda Lawson (Helene Valania)

I remember Wayne from 5th grade at Murphy. He was such a sweet and sensitive soul and a very good artist.


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