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Georgia Elizabeth Parris McKinney of Dewey Beach, Delaware and Cape Coral, Florida passed away March 17, 2015 at the age of 92 in Cape Coral Hospital. Loving wife of Charles H. McKinney and mother of seven children, Georgia spent the winter months in the 1950's and 1960's caring for her family and her husband's parents in Punta Gorda. Beginning in the 70's she wintered in Cape Coral with the love of her life, Charles, and shared Florida time with family and visitors. Georgia was a frequent visitor throughout the years to many beaches including favorites...

Georgia Elizabeth Parris McKinney of Dewey Beach, Delaware and Cape Coral, Florida passed away March 17, 2015 at the age of 92 in Cape Coral Hospital. Loving wife of Charles H. McKinney and mother of seven children, Georgia spent the winter months in the 1950's and 1960's caring for her family and her husband's parents in Punta Gorda. Beginning in the 70's she wintered in Cape Coral with the love of her life, Charles, and shared Florida time with family and visitors. Georgia was a frequent visitor throughout the years to many beaches including favorites in Sanibel, Venice, Captiva and Wiggins Pass where she enjoyed shelling and collecting the finest and most beautiful treasures from the sea.
Georgia is survived by her devoted husband of 67 years, Charles H. McKinney, and children Homer, Carla, Charles Jr., Myra, Donald and Ronald. She is preceded in death by her son Gene, and her parents Luther and Anna Marie Parris, brother Lou and sisters Anna Marie and Elsie. She lived in Cape Coral for over 40 years and especially enjoyed her good friends and neighbors residing in the neighborhood of Southwest 7th Lane. We will forever keep alive her memory through family gatherings where friends will join in to celebrate the fun, joyful and loving person she was as Mom, MomMom, Great MomMom and Georgia. She was a truly good and loving person who made a significant impact on everyone she touched throughout her lifetime. The void she left can never be filled, but the love she gave us will live on in our hearts.