February 23, 1943April 7, 2018

Born February 23, 1934 in Smithdale, Mississippi to Albert & Julie McGhee He was loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle, and loyal friend to all that knew him. In 1968 met the love of his life Gerline Webb in Dallas and they married a few years later. They have been married over 44 years and no children were born to this union. MC was retired from the City of Dallas with 35 years of honorable service. He enjoyed his life to the fullest …LOVED chicken, enjoyed having family/ friends over to his home, his favorite pastime was working his lawn mower business. He also enjoyed the outdoors, restoring cars, riding RV, hunting, fishing and cleaning and cooking wild game. MC was well liked by many and once you had the opportunity to meet and talk with him you became fast friends with him. Survived by wife Mrs. Gerline Webb McGhee son Craig McGhee (LA), brother Albert (Eva) McGhee (AL), brother JL (Janet) McGhee(MS), brother Robert (Erma Jean) McGhee(MS), sister Ella Bradley(MS), (sister-in-law’s) Verline Hersey & Ophelia Hersey 4 step sons- Vincent Webb, Kenneth (Linda) Webb, JR Webb, Delane Webb Special daughter (cousin) Clara (Skeeter) White, special grandson Derrick Parker, adopted daughter Tracey Williams. Several grandchildren, host of nieces and nephews, special friends and neighbors. Preceding him in demise - MC McGhee, Jr. (son) / Callie Annie McGhee (sister) / Jessie B. McGhee (brother)


  • Visitation Friday, April 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 14, 2018
  • Committal Service Saturday, April 14, 2018


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Richard Ware

April 14, 2018

Mr. Mcghee was a one of a kind Man, Was honored to know his friendship for over 10 plus years. Always impressed by his work ethic and commanding voice. As I would maintain the Aquarium at house, he would sit and talk with me about all subjects. I always drove away feeling I had learned something new in wisdom and life. I will miss our time we had to connect. Rest in Peace Sir

Lycena Williams

April 13, 2018

Mr. McGee was a great inspiration to myself and my co-workers at the City of DALLAS. He made the job fun and you never had a dull moment. His smile will always be in our hearts because he was so helpful to others. Very helpful, knowledgeable and all around great man. I don’t believe Mr. McGee ever met a stranger and his voice and laugh was 1 of a kind. You will truly be missed by many RIH💐

Stephen Floyd

April 13, 2018

To the MCGhee family my heart is sadden by the passing of your love one I would just like to let the family know how much I had grown to know Mr MCGhee I came from Little Rock Arkansas met him 11yrs ago at the City of Dallas he taught me alot about how to keep my job at the city I will always be grateful that I've had the pleasure to know him and I will truly miss him very much He always kept you laughing while we worked even just talking with him he taught me to be dedicated and to love my job and eventually you will get a payoff Retirement is what he was referring too So family cherish the memories that you had with him cause he touch alot of people . RIP My friend til we meet again.