Gail M. Nunnally
December 30, 1944 – February 28, 2018
Gail M. Nunnally, age 73, passed away Wednesday, February 28, 2018 in her residence under the care of Hospice Savannah, Inc.
Gail was born in Reisterstown, Maryland to the late Ira and Mary Crabtree Holman and attended local schools there. She moved to Douglasville, Georgia, where she lived for more than 23 years, before moving to Savannah three years ago. Gail retired from a career in Finance and Banking and had worked more than 18 years with American General Finance, seven years with AVCO Financial Corporation and retired as regional manager from HSBC, where she had worked for more than 9 years. Gail was a member of Bible Baptist Church, in Savannah and was a former member of the First Baptist Church of Douglasville.
Gail is survived by her husband of 35 years, Charles “Sonny” Nunnally of Savannah; son, Derrick Meek and his wife, Elizabeth of Winder; daughter, Nicki Russell and her husband, Barry of Savannah; six grandchildren, Hunter Russell, Josh Meek, Alexis Russell, Matthew Meek, Thomas Meek and Luke Meek.
A memorial service will be held 4:00 PM Sunday, March 11th in the First Baptist Church of Douglasville, with Reverend John Pennington officiating.
The family will receive guest after the service in the church fellowship hall.
Please visit our online memorial at www.hodgesmoore.com to sign the guest book and share fond memories with the Nunnally family.
Hodges-Moore Funeral Home, of Statesboro, is in charge of funeral arrangements
- Charles "Sonny" Nunnally, Husband
- Derrick Meek (Elizabeth), Son
- Nicki Russell (Barry), Daughter
- Hunter Russell, Grandchild
- Josh Meek, Grandchild
- Alexis Russell, Grandchild
- Matthew Meek, Grandchild
- Thomas Meek, Grandchild
- Luke Meek, Grandchild
- Good Samaritan Baptist Mission
- Memorial Service Sunday, March 11, 2018
Gail M. Nunnally
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SANDRA Fields Martin
March 9, 2018
Sonny and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Gail passing. She is the one who got me to Savannah through American General back in 1988. She gave me a chance and I am still here. Praying for all of you during this transition without her. Just remember all of those memories. Know she is healed in the arms of Jesus. She suffers no more. I remember one of her sayings "Super Fine" she was always Super Fine. The memories that come back after all of those years.
March 8, 2018
My husband Wayne and I worked with Gail at American General when we moved to Atlanta in the mid 80s.
We had lots of good times with Gail and Sonny, Jan and Jack Hatfield and David Lackey and his wife. So sorry to hear about Gail passing and will remember the family in our prayers.
May God Bless all.