Lila Pearl (Gore) Ward

Lila Pearl (Gore) Ward
Lila Pearl (Gore) Ward

September 20, 1935 ~ June 18, 2021 (age 85)

Lila Pearl Gore Ward, age 85 of the Mollie Community, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, June 18, 2021. 

Lila was born on September 20, 1935 in Horry County to the late Jesse Lennon Gore and Maybell Cannady Gore.  She was the widow of Lory Ward who preceded her in 1984 and was also preceded in death by a sister, Irene Gore. 

Arrangements will be announced by Worthington Funeral Home.

To cherish her memory, she leaves behind eight children, Jeanette W. Daniel (Bruce) of Leland, Jerry Ward of Clarendon, Lloyd Ward of Mollie, Robert Ward (Teresa) of Cerro Gordo, Betty W. Carter (Ray) of Tabor City, Roy Ward (Deborah) of Tabor City, Brenda W. Lawson (Brian) of Leland and Tammy Ward (Abby) of Mollie; a sister, Dianne W. Gore (Ernest) of Monroe; and many grand and great-grandchildren.

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