Albert William Magill was born on July 23, 1942, in Jacksonville, Fl to Nellie and Dupont Magill. He was a loving son, brother, uncle, Father and Grandfather. He was a man of courage and strength. Albert grew up on Westside on his parents 280-acre dairy farm. He had a good childhood exhibiting cows in 4-H club, winning trips to Chicago and Washington at 16. He played many sports at Thomas Jefferson and Paxon High School (Class of 1960). He attended all his class reunions and enjoyed Paxon luncheon. For many years he was in the Jacksonville Jaycees, Florida Farm Bureau Florida Jersey Cattlemen’s Associations. He was a member of Oak Ridge Baptist Church where he was a Deacon and taught Sunday school. Albert coached his children in little league. Albert was a big “Gator” fan and for years attended all the games including out of town. He loved sports, history, traveling to the mountains and going on cruises. Albert worked with his father in the dairy for many years and retired from Mid-South Feed Company in 2015. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Dr. Charles Magill, son Darren and nephew Ken. Albert is survived by his son, Jimmy Magill, daughter Amy Magill and three precious grandchildren Alexia, Jimmy Magill Jr, and Kendall, sister Frances Wood (Ray) and Mary Magill, sister-in-law Diane Magill. Several nieces, nephew, cousins, and many friends. Of all the Blessings in his life he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Albert loved the Lord and reading his Bible. Through all his health problems he had a positive attitude. Special thanks to Dr. Carol Bowen-Wells, Dr. Jay Patterson, JFRD Station 53, and Normandy Dialysis Center (Selena, Jazz, Jolene, Anna, and many others) faith, family, and friends were very important to him.
Funeral Services will be held February 4, 2022, at Fraser Funeral Home Chapel 8168 Normandy Blvd 32221, Visitation at 11:00 Am following Service 12:00 Pm
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