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Celebrating the life of
Lucille Gardner "Lucy" Bishop
Passed away on October 07, 1928
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

so sorry lucy and ed were some of the best friends i ever had.i worked with ed @ belcher oil and i remember the whole family

john mishoe, Greeleyville, SC

I worked with Lucy when she was at the Convention and Visitor's Bureau and I was working at the Coastal Georgia Center. I had the highest regard for her personally and professionally. My condolences.

Becky Cheatham, Savannah, Georgia

I am so sorry that you have lost your grandmother. But I am happy for her she is in a much better place and with family around her. I have such good memories. Of course I was only 5 when they got married. But they did live in Wichita for a time and I did babysat for Krista. One of the moves they made Krista and Randy stayed with us on the farm. I never thought of her as a half-sister she was my sister and that was that. I hav e been thinking of all of you and wish I was close enough to give each a hug. All our Love, Aunt Nellie and family

Nellie Hultgrfen, White City, , Kansas

Lucille Gardner “Lucy” Bishop, 90, passed away Monday, March 18, 2019 at the Habersham House.  She was born in Cheney, Kansas and lived in Savannah for many years.  She was retired as the National Marketing Manager with the Savannah Convention and Visitors Bureau and a charter member of the Wilmington Island Presbyterian Church.  She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas E. Bishop, daughter Krista Bishop Gibbs and son Randall Bishop.

Surviving are son and daughter-in-law Mark E. and Joy Bishop of Savannah; two granddaughters Erin Ritter of Atlanta; Ashley Bishop of Richmond Hill; grandson Michael Bishop of Statesboro; two step-grandsons Michael and Adam Herring of Savannah; twelve great grandchildren; sister Nellie Grace Hultgren of Kansas and brother John Ball of Kansas.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

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so sorry lucy and ed were some of the best friends i ever had.i worked with ed @ belcher oil and i remember the whole family

john mishoe, Greeleyville, SC

I worked with Lucy when she was at the Convention and Visitor's Bureau and I was working at the Coastal Georgia Center. I had the highest regard for her personally and professionally. My condolences.

Becky Cheatham, Savannah, Georgia

I am so sorry that you have lost your grandmother. But I am happy for her she is in a much better place and with family around her. I have such good memories. Of course I was only 5 when they got married. But they did live in Wichita for a time and I did babysat for Krista. One of the moves they made Krista and Randy stayed with us on the farm. I never thought of her as a half-sister she was my sister and that was that. I hav e been thinking of all of you and wish I was close enough to give each a hug. All our Love, Aunt Nellie and family

Nellie Hultgrfen, White City, , Kansas


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