Mable Anderson Gilbert, age 86, of Loganville, passed away on Friday, May 27, 2016. She was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh A. Gilbert and her sister, Marjorie Thigpen. She is survived by her children, Alexander Gilbert of Doraville; Patrick & Debbie Gilbert of Dacula and Jon & Carolyn Gilbert of Grayson; her sisters, Mary Price of Savannah and Mildred & Jack Adams of Brunswick; grandchildren, Jennifer & Adam Wilson, Randi Gilbert, Ashlee & Jeremy Mize, Lindsey Gilbert; great grandchildren, Ashton Gilbert, Max Wilson, Kaycee Gilbert, Maci Wilson, Lilly Mize and Payton Mize. Funeral services will be held on Monday, May 30, 2016 at 1:30pm at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 8111 Brown Bridge Road, Covington, with Pastor Mike Franklin officiating. Interment will follow at Floral Hills Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends on Monday from 12:00pm until 1:30pm at the Church.

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  1. We loved Mable and Hugh who really gave us the meaning Christianity. All our prayers are with the family and we rejoice that we will be together again in heaven.

  2. Praying for the family. As I grew up Mrs. Mabel had a profound influence on my life and my wives. Great pastor’s wife!

  3. Praying for the family. Mrs. Mable and Bro Hugh had a tremendous influence on my life as I grew in the Lord right after I got saved Since I started our church in Dalton 38 years ago she has always prayed for my ministry and was such an encouragement to me and Mrs. Connie! Only eternity will tell of the influence she had on all the young people that looked up to her at Wesley Hills Baptist Church..

  4. Miss Mable was a dear and wonderful lady. She was as close to the personification of what a Christian should be as anyone we have ever known. She and Bro. Hugh had a profound impact on our new found Christian lives at Wesley Hills. We shall miss her and her prayers she prayed for us daily. God bless and comfort the family in this time of grievous loss.

  5. Mrs. Mable Gilbert will always be known to me as The First Lady of Wesley Hills. No matter how bad I’d act up she would always have a kind word and a smile… an instant forgiving spirit was so natural for her. As the art of traditionally communicating at Christmas with a card began to pass she continued to send my family one every year. In fact, the last Christmas card I got was from her. God Bless her and God bless the family. My prayers are with you

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