Lillie E. Langley Pearson

Lillie E. Langley Pearson

Lillie E. Langley Pearson,95, died Friday October 12, 2018, surrounded by her family and friends. Lillie was born in Brunswick County to the late John Temple Langley and Ola Mosley Langley.

She spent her childhood at the Jackson-Feild Episcopal Home Walnut Grove where she was well cared for and connected with other girls who became like sisters.

Lillie attended Greensville County Schools where she met her future husband, George Gilbert Pearson. Gilbert and Lillie were married in November of 1945 and lived in Emporia, where they raised two daughters. She worked at Virginia Dye Plant until her retirement and was a member of Main Street Methodist Church. Lillie spent her free time developing the perfect recipe with her husband for their locally famous pound cakes. She continued to provide cakes to the community throughout her life and passed along her recipe to her family.

Left to honor Lillie and remember her love are her daughter; Gay Taylor and husband Melvin, grandchildren; Patricia Watson and husband Rick, Robert Taylor, Allison Travis and husband Walker of Gordonsville, VA, five great-grandchildren; Taylor, Jordan, Tanner, Lily, and Lauren; and many nieces and nephews. Lillie was preceded in death by her loving husband Gilbert Pearson, a daughter, Ann Pearson, God Parents , Arch and Gay Campbell, four sisters and a brother.

The family would like to extend their sincere appreciation to New Century Hospice aid Candice Pride and nurse Ann Mathews for their care and dedication.

Funeral Services will be held Sunday, October 14, 2018 at 3:00 P.M. at Main Street Methodist Church with Rev. Tom Durrance and Rev. Joseph Klotz Jr. officiating. Burial will follow in Emporia Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2:00 P.M. until Service time at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Lillie’s name to Main Street Methodist Church.

Online condolences may be left at echolsfuneralhome.com.

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