Hilda Mullins Cantrell

Born: Tue., Sep. 28, 1920
Died: Fri., Aug. 12, 2005

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Hilda Maude Mullins Cantrell A Hilda Maude Mullins Cantrell, 84, of Penfield, Georgia died Friday, August 12, 2005 at her home. A native of Greene County, she was born on September 28, 1920 to the late Earl Mullins and Amanda Campbell Mullins. Mrs. Cantrell graduated from Greensboro High School in 1938. She was a clerk at the Department of Family and Children Services in Greensboro and was a filing clerk at Warner Robbins Air Force Base. Later she worked for Greensboro Florist retiring in 1975. Mrs. Cantrell was a member of Penfield Presbyterian Church.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Albert Cantrell, Sr. She is survived by a daughter, Mary Bell Cantrell Bullock of Penfield, GA; a son, Thomas A. Cantrell, Jr. of West Columbia, SC; three grandchildren, Laurie Boyd, Derrick Cantrell and Anson Cantrell; four great grandchildren, Aiden Cantrell, Aly Cantrell, Kayla Cantrell and Dagon Cantrell and a host of other relatives and friends.

Graveside Services will be held Monday, August 15, 2005 at 10:30 a.m. at Penfield Cemetery with the Rev. David Jordan officiating. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sunday night at the funeral home. McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at www.mccommonsfuneralhome.com to sign the online guest register.

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Evelyn Marshall
   Posted Sat August 13, 2005
Dear Mary Bell and family, Hilda was a very special friend and I loved her very much. I'll always hold the pleasant memories in my heart. She was always so appreciative of the simple things like "silver bells" and greeting cards. Pleas accept my synpathy. I know Hilda didn't always feel up to talking on the phone, but I will always cherish the times that I had the opportunity to talk to her. WE both always said "Ilove you" at the end of our conversation. Take care, With love, Evelyn Marshall