Mr. Lewis Carter McGill was born on February 15, 1953 in Fairmont, NC to the late Eddie John McGill and the late Alice Amelia Milton McGill. He entered into eternal rest peacefully at UNC Health Southeastern on April 18, 2021.
He was preceded in death by his beloved parents Ed and Alice McGill, his mother-in-law, Ms. Nora Stephens, two sisters, Eloise Terry, Alice Stephens, two brothers, Tony McGill and James McGill, two brother-in-law's, Eddie Jenkins and Jimmy Stephens.
Lewis was a beloved husband, father and grandfather. Lewis grew up in a loving family and was educated in the Robeson County School System. After high school he was united in holy matrimony with Abby Caroline Stephens and they are the proud parents of one son, Marcus Lewis McGill.
Lewis accepted Christ as his personal Savior at an early age. He was a kind and loving person who loved people. In Lewis earlier days he enjoyed a good game of basketball and was nick named Super Jack always willing to take you on.
Lewis attended Robeson Tech now named Robeson Community College and studied Sewing Machine Mechanics. He was employed with Munsing Wear Of Fairmont NC also Alamac of Lumberton, NC. He left Fairmont and moved to Michigan where he worked in construction.
He will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Abby McGill of Orrum, NC one son, Marcus McGill, one daughter, Shenna (Jamie) Hill of Virginia, two grandsons, Ki_Jana Hill and Brandan Hill of Virginia, four sisters, Mary Lou Jenkins of Fairmont, NC Annie (Mike) Canery of Fayetteville, NC, Jean Ann (Huel) Faulk of Fairmont NC and Mrs. Josephine Jacobs of Washington, DC, four sister-in-laws, Ruth McGill of Michigan O’Neal Lester of Marietta, NC, Patricia Thompson of Maryland, Katherine Stephens of Orrum, NC, two brother-in-laws, Jackie Thompson, of Maryland and RK Stephens of Orrum, NC. Lewis also leaves a host of nieces and nephews,
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Mr. Lewis McGill, please visit our floral store.