The Life of Mrs. Lillar Lee Bridges (Rhine, GA)
“When the time has come for me to away from the troubles of this world, it would never be goodbye, for I have left my heart with you, so don’t you cry much. The love that’s deep within me, shall reach you from the stars, you’ll feel it from the heavens, and it will heal the scars!”
Mrs. Lillar Lee Bridges, 90, resident of Warner Robins, GA, departed from this earthly life Friday, September 2,2022. She was born on December 19th, 1931, in Albany, GA. She graduated from Rhine High School. Mrs. Bridges was retired from Robins Air Force Base and Peach Belt Nursing Home. She was a loving mother and grandmother. She loved her grandchildren and loved working in her flowers and yards.
She was proceeded in her death with her mother, Gussie Williams.
Mrs. Lillar Bridges leaves to mourn her passing, siblings; Carolyn Rhodes(Abbeville, GA), Virginia (Larry) Williams (Cochran, GA), children; David Lee Bridges(Warner Robins, GA), Walter Glenn (Marilyn) Bridges (Bonaire, GA), Lisa Ann Turner (Katheleen, GA), grandchildren; Angela Diane Bridges (Byron, GA), Jennifer Brooke Adams (Milledgeville, GA), Walter Glenn (Courtney) Bridges, Jr. (Rising Star, TX), Vickie Lee Bridges (Morganton, NC), Kendall Turner (MS), Caleb (LeighAnn) Turner (Warner Robins, GA), and Kyle Turner (Perry, GA), special dear friend; Samantha. Also, 11 great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, and extended family & friends.
Bridges family, on behalf of Dr. Demario J. Bell Sr., the Golden Gates entire staff, we extend our deepest condolences, and we thank you for entrusting us with your loved one. May the blessings of the Lord keep you is our prayer.
Final rites are entrusted into the professional hands of Golden Gates Burial & Cremation Services. “Serving Your Family In Your Time Of Need, Turning Your Tears Into A Golden Memory With Dignity And Respect. Always Leaving A Golden Touch. Service Is Our Passion Dignity Is Our Name”