GRAYSON, Lillian T. (Maiden Name Quinn, previous married name Dingler) Sweet Lily of Sicklerville, NJ passed away on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at the age of 98 years old.
Beloved wife of Bill Grayson Sr. (deceased). Mother of Bill Dingler, Sis Turner, Joan Murray (Bill) and Nancy Anderson, the "baby" (Jim). Step mom of "Reds" Grayson (Laura). Sister of Betty Wolf, her partner in crime, Charlie (deceased), James "Porky" Quinn (Joan) and other deceased siblings. Also survived by many grandchildren, great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, friends and her best friend of all Geri Hughes.
Our mom loved her children with all her heart and her grandchildren and great grandchildren just as much. Mom was always ready for a good laugh, a box of chocolate sponges or caramels and any cake available. Mom loved to crochet blankets for the new babies and make miniature rooms with furniture and decorations that Matthew eventually got to take home with him.
We loved our mom more than she could ever imagine. She was always there to give her opinion whether you wanted to hear it or not. Most times she was right. She loved Unconditionally. She was there when we brought our babies home and taught us that "family helps each other". She was our angel on earth and will continue to be our angel in heaven.
"Take 5 minutes, Mom. You Deserve it!"
A special thank you to Sue, Sherri and Isabell from Samaritan Hospice for taking such good care of our mom. They were the best.
There will be a viewing from 9am to 11am on Saturday at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE.
Funeral Service 11am at the Funeral Home. Interment private.
In lieu of flowers we request donations in her name to be sent to: Samaritan Gift Processing Center, P.O. Box 71425, Phila. Pa. 17176-1425 or you can donate online at WWW.SamaritanNJ.org/DONATE.
Runnemede, NJ 08078
Runnemede, NJ 08078
Mom you were one of a kind, loving , caring, thoughtful, friendly. Always thinking of others, but most of all your life thinking of your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren first and foremost. Through good times and bad, as there were some,
you were always the rock that held this family together. Even while you lay slipping
away from us, your attention was to making sure we were OK. It was an honor for me to care for you in your time of need, but most of all to be your son.
God bless you, and keep you safe.
I love you, and will always have you close to my heart, and in my prayers.
Your son Billy