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Bryan Todd McGill
March 3, 1965 ~ October 12, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Bryan Todd McGill finished the race on October 12, 2023, and begun his new journey with the Lord. He was born on March 3, 1965, to the late Wilbur and Eula Pearl Munn McGill of Wade, North Carolina.
Memorial services will be conducted on Sunday, October 29, 2023 at 3pm at Herring Funeral Care & Cremations Chapel.
Preceding him in death son Bryan T McGill Jr. Sister LaTondra Michelle and Brother Patrick R. McGill (Wanda McGill).
He leaves behind two daughters LaTondra U. McGill and Tashawndra N. McGill, Both from Fayetteville NC. He also leaves behind his Brothers David (Glenda), Donnell, William, Stephen, Gregory McGill and Sisters Toya McGill, Doris McGill-Tucker, Three grandkids Brandon and Danielle and Lei ‘Lina McGill. Nieces LaShonda Eatmon (Jarod) Tonya McGill and Zykia McGill, Nephews David Sperman David and Junior Gonzalez and a host of Great nieces, Nephews family and host of friends.
Bryan Todd McGill attended E.E. Smith HS. He stayed active in the work field from landscape to Chef and a host of other jobs. Overall, he was a handy dandy Handy man. (As he would say) Bryan was a God-fearing man who loved his family and friends. He was active in the church and was always willing to help whoever and wherever he could. His favorite past time was getting the family together to cook on the grill and laugh and have a good time no matter the occasion! He later moved to Kansas where he carried out his dream of helping others in need. He opened his door to help house those who had no place to go and helped them get on their feet. Bryan was full of life and always had a smile on his face that would light up a room. He was given the nickname “Mudfrog” as a child that stuck with him all his life, that his loving friends and family still him called till this day. He will be missed by all those who were blessed to come in contact with him, but he will DEFINITELY not be forgotten.