Wilma Jean Sturgill

October 21, 1937May 1, 2021

Wilma J. Duncan Sturgill, 83, passed away at home, May 1, 2021, surrounded by family.

She was born in Norton, VA on October 21, 1937 and attended J.J. Kelly High School in Wise, VA before moving to Florida. Wilma was a homemaker and Sales Associate for Sears before retiring in 1996.

She was a member of the Crawfordville United Methodist Church in Crawfordville, FL. Wilma was greatly appreciated by her church friends as she ran a prayer chain for her church for years and brought words of love and hope to those in need.

Wilma was a loyal and loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. In her free time she loved to cook, garden and create ceramics.

Surviving Wilma is her husband of 64 years, Larry W. Sturgill; two daughters, Theresa J. Morgan (Rick) and Vickie L. Sturgill; three grandchildren, Robert Dunlap (Rose), Rachele McCulley (Doug) and Robin Dunlap; three great grandchildren, Ryan and Reid McCulley and Chase Dunlap; siblings, Bernice, Ernest, Betty, Tommy, Bobby, George and Steve. She was preceded in death by her siblings, Shirley Ann and Donnie.

The family will be holding private graveside services at MeadowWood Memorial Park, 700 Timberlane Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32312. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice of Tallahassee, FL on her behalf.


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Wilma Jean Sturgill

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Curtis Craft

May 3, 2021

Larry and your entire family have my heartfelt sympathy on the passing of Wilma. I know you have wonderful memories of 64 years together. I have wonderful memories of you and Wilma as class mates at JJK. Just wanted to let you know that memories of you all have lived on all these years even though our last time together was in 1956. You, by the information in Wilma's obit, have a great and wonderful family that will keep you busy and you must stay busy so you can live for your girls and grandchildren. I know what you are experiencing in these days for I have walked the walk for 4 years now as a widower after 56 years together. Keep yourself healthy for your family. Again, my honest and heartfelt sympathy to you and yours.