Brenda Lee McGill Wilson, 53 the daughter of the late James McGill and Sallie Gamble Fulmore
was born on January 10th 1968 in Williamsburg County. On Wednesday 22, 2021, Brenda went
to be with her Lord with her children and family by her side.
Brenda attended the public school of Kingstree Senior High School and later attended Columbia
College in Columbia S.C. At around the time of the year 1992 she and her family relocated to
Columbia, S.C. She worked at Shaw Industries Irmo Plant and FN America and quickly rise to
the top of being a Production Team Leader. Brenda loved her job and took pride in being a hard
In her spare time, Brenda enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She was lively and
full of joy; she was social and impacted everyone’s life with who she met. One of her many talents
was interior decorating her beautiful home. She loved putting together flower arrangements and
enjoyed Thrift Store shopping.
At an early age she accepted Jesus Christ as her Personal Lord and Savior and became a member
of St. John Baptist Church in Columbia S.C.
Brenda Wilson was survived by her husband Mr. Michael Wilson and her children, Mr.
Christopher McGill daughter-in-law Mrs. Chezarie McGill; Son-in-law Mr. Nicholas Anderson
and Mrs. Kaycha Anderson known by her mother as (Precious). Three Special Grandchildren,
Samariah Wilson, Preston McGill and Christopher McGill, Jr; her siblings are Mrs. Claudia Barnes
of Timmonsville, S.C. and Ms. Betty McFadden of Fayetteville, N.C. One Special brother & Sister;
Mr. Michael Boyd and Mrs. Theresa Boyd. The late brothers are Mr. James Roger Gamble of S.C.,
Mr. Elvis Gamble of S.C. and Mr. Bobby Brockington of S.C. Nieces and nephews are Mr. & Mrs.
Marlowe Hanna & Tenee Hanna; Mr. Dashon Hannah; the late Mr. William Gamble; Mr. & Mrs.
Tamika Lee & Massey Lee; Mr. Ederio M. Graham; Mr. James Roger Gamble, Jr.; Ms. Crystal
Gamble; Ms. Jamella Rodaja Gamble; Ms. Khadijah Bryant and Host of relatives and friends.
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