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MYRTICE ELIZABETH HODGES PARRISH

Myrtice Elizabeth Hodges Parrish, 86, of Savannah, Georgia and wife of Robert Harvey Parrish, died Monday evening, March 11, 2019, at Hospice Savannah surrounded by her loved ones.

Born in Statesboro, Georgia, she was a daughter of the late Ben Hodges and the late Onie Hodges Roberts. Mrs. Parrish was of the Baptist faith. She formerly owned and operated Gay Nell’s, a ladies clothing store and later was in sales at Caldwell’s. Mrs. Parrish loved being downtown where she could visit with her friends and former customers and later worked for Simply Silver just to be downtown. Her favorite of all was spending time and taking care of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Hugh B. Roberts, and a number of aunts whom she was very close to.

Survivors include her husband of 66 years, Robert Harvey Parrish of Savannah; two daughters, Connie Parrish and Pamela McDaniel and her husband, Les, all of Savannah; two sons, Alvin Parrish and his wife, Laura, and Jeff Parrish, all of Savannah; five grandchildren, Elizabeth Parrish Davis, Robert Eason Parrish and his fiancé, Fontayne Hoffman, Danielle Rhodes and her husband, Scotty, Leslie McDaniel and his fiancé, Madisen Norris and Carrie McDaniel; three great-grandchildren, Kathryn Parrish, Luke Davis and Brodie Davis; her brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law including Faye Chester.

The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 o’clock Thursday evening at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 10 o’clock Friday morning in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service conducted by the Reverend Robert H. Dimmitt. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens.

Remembrances: Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter – 201 Television Circle, Savannah, Georgia 31406 or Hospice Savannah – Post Office Box #13190, Savannah, Georgia 31416-0190.

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  1. Frank & Judy Carter says:

    Thoughts and prayers at this time with the loss of your loved
    One. Prayers and love

    Frank & Judy Carter
    Walterboro. S. C.

  2. Kay Grandgeorge says:

    Dear Robert, Al, Connie, Jeff, Pam and Families, I am deeply sorry for your loss of your precious wife and Mother and grandmother. My heart is broken into million of pieces for your loss and our loss. Mutt was the glue that kept The Hodges Family together through out the years. She was the most loving, caring, giving Woman of God I have ever known in my life time. Never any unkind words came from her mouth. In all the years I never seem any anger from Mutt. When she gave, she gave her all. I could not ask for a better 1st cousin than Mutt. She loved her God, her husband, her children, her grandchildren , other family members and friends. Mutt, We will miss you and your beautiful smile. No one can ever fill your shoes. I am deeply sorry I will not be able to attend the services due to illness, my love, my prayers and spirit will be with you all. I have great and loving memories and I will always treasure them forever. Till we meet again Mutt, rest in peace in the loving arms of Jesus. Love you with all of my heart. Kitty Kay (Lanier) Grandgeorge

  3. Buster and Linda Sherrod says:

    Red and family we are very sorry for ya’lls loss. May God bless .

  4. Sue Brand says:

    Dear Robert, Pam, Connie, Jeff, Al and Grandkids/Great-grandkids. My heart is heavy with grief over the loss of Myrtice. She was a dear friend of mine, so much like a mother to me. She holds a special place in my heart and it was a privilege to know her. We worked together for 11 years and went on to remain friends for another 24 years. All of my children came to know and love her. We could not come to Savannah without see her. She will be greatly missed and will forever be remembered. My prayers are with you Robert and all your family. Until we meet again on the other side .. I love you Myrtice and will always miss your love and kindness.

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