Barbara Gillum

Graveside service, and burial will be held Monday, March 29, 2021 at 10 am., in St. Mary,s Cemetery, Bay St. Louis, MS., for Barbara Gillum age 74 of Bay St. Louis, MS., who died Wednesday, March 24, 2021 in Diamondhead, MS. Pastor Darren Walker will officiating at the service, assisted by the Rev. David Rush.  A native of Bay St. Louis, MS.  Barbara received  her education at Valena C. Jones School. She was a housewife.  Survivors include; 1 son Jene Walker Williams of Waveland, MS., 2 daughters, Barbara A. Gillum and Elizabeth R. Gillum, both of Bay St. Louis, MS., 7 grand children, 12 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren, 3 brothers Robert C. Williams of Bay St. Louis, MS., Bruce R. Williams, and Albert S. Williams both of CA., 5 sisters Parthenia E. Williams Young, of Waveland, MS., Jo Ann Williams Fisher, Renita N. Williams and Julie M. Williams all of  CA., Twanna Williams Wilkerson of Gulfport, MS., a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.  Preceded in death by her husband, Charlie Gillum Jr., 1 son Charlie Gillum Ill., parents, Robert and Elizabeth Williams, siblings, Ronald, Peggy, Eugene, Michael, Wil, and Wilma.  Baylous Funeral is in charge of the arrangement.

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