Goldie Mae Lilly
Goldie Mae Lilly was born on December 19, 1926 in Ellison Ridge, WV to her late parents Prince Lee and Sylvia Ann (Meadows) Meador. She went to be with the Lord on March 22, 2020 in Oak Hill, WV at the age of 93.
Goldie is preceded in death by her late husband of 62 years, Jonathan Dott Lilly; brothers Roy Meador, Lester Meador, Darrell Meador, Dewey Roscoe Meador, Chester Ray Meador, and Van Earl Meador; sister Mary Francis Meador; and her daughter-in-law Macie Meador.
Goldie leaves behind to cherish her memory her sons Larry (Kay) Lilly and Gary (Robin) Lilly; grandson Larry Lilly Jr.; brothers Joseph (Ornell) Meador, Donzie Meador, Willie (Nancy) Meador; sisters Annalee (Edwin) Massey; and Irma (Richard) Maddie; and many nieces, nephews, and friends who will miss her dearly.
Goldie was a loving and caring lady who spent a lot of her life taking care of others. She was a registered nurse and worked at Raleigh General Hospital from 1974-1996. She was a member of Grace Gospel Church where she loved to attend regularly. She had a talent for baking and cooking.
A private funeral service will be on Thursday, March 26, 2020 at Blue Ridge Funeral Home with Pastor Don Kelly officiating. Interment will follow services at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens where she will be laid to rest with her late husband.
Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.blueridgefuneralhome.com.
Blue Ridge Funeral Home has the honor of serving the family.
Published on March 24, 2020

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Lorna Young
Mar 24, 2020
We were so very sorry to hear of Aunt Mae's passing. The last time we visited her, we don't think she even knew who we were but she seemed very happy. It is always difficult to watch a loved one's health decline and that was certainly the case with her. She was such a strong, independent woman who was loved by so many. She will be missed by not only me, but my whole family. I wish we were able to come for the funeral but understand the restrictions right now. Love to you all!
Willie Dallas & Nancy Meador
Mar 24, 2020
We loved you Mae! Willie has so many good memories of you - like your strawberry cake. You made it for him after you told him where to pick the wild strawberries. You have always been a loving, caring lady. As a sister-in-law, you were always good to me (Nancy). We are happy that you are in God's arms now and reunited with Jon, your parents and other family members. We wish so much that we could be there in person to celebrate your life.