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Pollie M McCord
Pollie Louise Morris McCord, 87, resident of 105 Barnwell St. widow of William C. McCord passed away Saturday Jan. 25, 2020 at Abbeville Area Medical Center.
Born in Sherwood, TN she was a daughter of the late John Luther Morris and Donna Mae Morris.
Poliie was a retired seamstress with the Abbeville Shirt Plant. She was the Oldest Member of Bible Baptist Church. Pollie had a deep religious conviction as she lived her life in a Godly manner. Pollie’s family brought her the most joy in her life as she loved each and everyone of her children and grandchildren.
Survivors include: a daughter Martha Ivester of Abbeville, SC; a son William R. “Billy” McCord (Tammy) of Abbeville, SC; two sisters Helen Bridges of Greenwood, SC and Martha Morris of Abbeville, SC; seven grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son George McCord.
A private family graveside service will be conducted Tuesday Jan. 28, 2020 in Long Cane Cemetery at 10:00 AM. The family is at the home 105 Barnwell St. Abbeville, SC.
Memorials in memory of Pollie may be made to WGGS Channel 16, 3409 Rutherford Road Ext. Taylors, SC 29687.
I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Bonnie Mundy Jan 27 2020 12:00 AM
To my momma Pollie McCord. When my own mother could not love me as a child in stepped my Aunt Pollie. She was more to me than an aunt. I could always go to her with my troubles and my joys. She was never critical she just loved with her whole heart. In her later days I would call and we would always end our conversation with momma telling me that she loved us all and she always prayed for my family. The one wish she shared with me I could not fulfill but the day will come when we will she each other again. I am heartbroken by her passing but I am rejoicing because she is in the arms of our Savior Jesus Christ. She also is with her beloved son George whom she missed terribly and her siblings, John, Billy, Charles, Jimmy and Verna. I love you Momma with the very depths of my being and I hope that I told you enough. As I told my Daddy John as his soul lay dying I hope you will greet me at the gates of heaven and welcome me home when God tells me it is time to go. Momma I will always be grateful that you sat with Tom and I for daddy's last days on earth. You told me that no one should ever die alone and I hope that your loved ones were with you when you departed earth for heaven. You will always be my Proverbs 31woman.
Gail Morris-Breit Jan 26 2020 12:00 AM