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Lillian Tucker Revis / September 08, 2020

Lillian Tucker Benjamin Revis, daughter of the late Inell Tucker Hayes and Eddie Hayes. She was born on May 25, 1940 in Mecklenburg County. She departed her life on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020 with her beloved family by her bedside.

Lillian received her education through the Mecklenburg Public Schools. At an early age, she was baptized and attended Mount Pleasant and Cherry Hill. She was employed at 6 and 8 Fashion of South Hill as a store manager. After the store closed, she worked at Mecklenburg House as a CNA MED Tech.

Her hobbies included fishing, watching TV shows and game shows, talking on the phone and spending time with her grands and great grands.

Lillian was joined in holy matrimony to her first husband “Bubba” on August 1958 and to this union, eight children were born. In July 1987, she then married her second husband “Zeke” and from this union she also embraced four bonus children.

Lillian leaves to cherish, loving and unforgettable memories, 12 children: five sons: Lowell Benjamin, Emmanuel Benjamin, Tommy Benjamin (LaToya), Renard Benjamin and Jake Chavis; seven daughters: Leberta Davis (Lawrence), Annette Bullock, Theresa Benjamin, Pamela Benjamin, Frances Stone (Kenny), Doris and Luvenia Revis; 32 grandchildren, 67 great grandchildren and host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by husband Zeke: her parents, her brother, Robert Lee Hayes; five aunts; five uncles; two great grand kids and two daughter-in-laws, and a special devoted friend: Geraldine Prophet.

Memorial services were held Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 1 p.m. at Chase City Banquet Center.

Carter’s Funeral was in charge of the arrangements.

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