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VIRGINIA ELIZABETH MACKALL

October 12, 1936 December 30, 2021
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH MACKALL
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Born October 12, 1936, to the late James and Madeline Parker in Adelina, Maryland, Virginia Mackall entered this life. Affectionately known by many as Ginger, Virginia was a God-fearing woman who lived her life devoted to the purpose of God and the care of others. She served the Lord with gladness, submitted to her husband with joy, and raised her children in the admonition of Christ. Additionally, she treasured her role as a grandmother and great-grandmother, she was a servant within her community, and she was always given to the work of ministry. Her life is, indeed, a testimony to the faithfulness of God. On Thursday, December 30, 2021, Virginia Mackall victoriously entered into eternal rest.

Reared in Calvert County, MD, she received her childhood education at Prince Frederick Elementary School. Afterward, she continued to matriculate through the Calvert County school system, successfully graduating from Brooks High School with her High School Diploma.

After High School, on August 14, 1954, she was joined in holy matrimony with the love of her life, Clarence “Pop” Mackall, Sr. From their blissful union were born 8 children. Together, Virginia and Clarence spent the next 64 years of their lives together until his passing. They were often referred to as “two peas in a pod”, speaking to their inseparability. Lovers of life, they enjoyed traveling together with one another, with family, and with their church family.

Virginia was baptized in the Name of Jesus Christ and filled with the precious gift of the Holy Ghost while a member of Bible Way Church in Prince Frederick, MD, under the leadership of Bishop Henry Brown and First Lady Minnie Brown. Throughout her ministry service, she had the privilege of serving under some revered men and women of God – Apostle Joseph N. and Evangelist Pearlie Brown; Bethel Way of the Cross Church, Inc. Bishop Jacob A. and First Lady Annetta Green; Bishop Allen and First Lady Emma Easton; and Mt. Gethsemane Holiness Church Bishop Robert and First Lady Betty Watts. A true servant at heart, she could be found serving in several areas of ministry including evangelism, prayer, Missionary Board President, Financial Secretary, and an usher in the Lord’s church.

Transcending the borders of the local church edifice, Virginia also made quite an impact on the community. For over 28 years she worked as a school bus driver for Calvert County Public Schools. Even after her honorable retirement, she continued to avail herself to her community by volunteer work at Calvert Memorial hospital and, transporting senior citizens who were in need of assistance. She was a scout leader of the Girl Scouts of America at Bible Way. Together, they taught and trained youth in character development, trustworthiness, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities including camping and hiking. Those skills earned scouts merit badges for service, and demonstration of responsibility.

While her life was one that magnetized honor and appreciation, her humble posture was clear. Virginia could always be heard saying, “I prefer to wait and receive my awards in glory.” While grateful, she was never fixated on the affirmation of man; she was intentional to please an audience of One – Jesus Christ. Her service, faithful; her memory, fond; her legacy, forever.

Virginia’s beloved husband, Clarence Mackall, Sr., preceded her in death. Her legacy will continue through her surviving children and family, Michael Mackall of North Carolina; William Mackall (Aimee) of North Carolina; Linda Gantt of Waldorf, MD; Lavenia Holland of Waldorf, MD; David Mackall of Prince Frederick, MD; Clarence Mackall, Jr. (Shirley) of Lusby MD; Albertlee Mackall (Hester) of Lusby, MD; and her devoted adopted daughter, Patricia (Pat) Mackall.

Her sisters, Bernice Sewell and LaVern Buck (Ricky); and brother-in-law, Elmore Mackall of Prince Frederick, MD; her sister-in-law Annie Mackall, and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces (special), nephews (special), cousins, and other relatives and friends. Preceding her in death are her sons. Allen Mackall, Gerald Mackall, Steven Mackall, and Maurice (Reece) Mackall.

She is preceded in death by her sisters, Katie Gantt and Ellen Mae Mackall; her brother, Allen Leroy Parker, Sr.; her sister-in-law, Florence Mackall of Prince Frederick, MD; and her brothers-in-law, Cornelius Mackall, Arthur Sewell and Chester Mackall of Prince Frederick, MD.

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Visitation

Tuesday

11

Jan

10:00 AM 1/11/2022 10:00:00 AM - 11:00 AM 1/11/2022 11:00:00 AM
Sewell Funeral Home

1451 Dares Beach Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Sewell Funeral Home
1451 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick 20678 MD
United States

Service

Tuesday

11

Jan

11:00 AM 1/11/2022 11:00:00 AM
Sewell Funeral Home

1451 Dares Beach Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Sewell Funeral Home
1451 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick 20678 MD
United States

Cemetery Details

Tuesday

11

Jan

12:45 PM 1/11/2022 12:45:00 PM
Sewell Memorial Gardens

134 Tobacco Ridge Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Sewell Memorial Gardens
134 Tobacco Ridge Road Prince Frederick 20678 MD
United States
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