Georgie Lee Gillman

Georgie Lee Gillman, 89 died, Wednesday,January 1, in Amarillo. Graveside Services will be at 10:30a.m. at Highland Park Cemetery, in Borger, followed by a MemorialService at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, January 4, at the WestcliffBible Church, in Amarillo with Rev. Ken Sheppard of Dallas,and Dr. Stephen Waterhouse officiating. Arrangementsare by Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors.Georgie was born on March 4, 1924, in Hedley, TX, toSam and Alma Line. She married Johnny Gillman on July25, 1943. Georgie was a resident of Borger from 1943 until2001, when she moved to Amarillo. She was a member of theWestcliff Bible Church. She was a beloved wife, Mother,Grandmother, Great-grandmother and friend to many. Sheloved to play games with her friends at Craig Methodist Retirement Center.Georgie was preceded in death by her husband in 2000, a son, Jerry Gillman in 1960,brothers, Garvin and Eugene Line, a sister, Louise Ausbrooks, and grandson, John Gillmanin 1971.Georgie’s survivors are sons, Levert Gillman and wife Teresa of Amarillo, and BruceGillman and wife Teresa of Borger; brother Sammy Line of Amarillo; sister, Nancy Blinkerof Dallas; grandchildren, Cap Gillman and wife Leslyn, Jennifer Mills and husband Cody,Amanda Dawson and husband John David, Trey Gillman, Matthew Gillman and wife Cristen;great-grandchildren, Claire, Georgia, and Gray Gillman, Zeke and Cade Mills, Lydia,Hunter, and Sophie Dawson, Elizabeth, Shelby, and Wyatt Gillman, and Caitlin and MadelinGillman.Family requests memorials be made to, Westcliff Bible Church, 5300 Amarillo Blvd. West,Amarillo, TX, 79106; Savior’s Tear, Box 50711, Amarillo, TX 79159; Masters of Men, Box767363, Dallas, TX 75379; and Alzheimer’s Association, 415 W. Eighth Ave., #300, Amarillo,TX 79101.A reception with the family, in the Fellowship Hall of the church, will immediatelyfollow the Memorial Service.