Lillian Aseley Carrigg Lindsey Ensor, 83, of Pinopolis, S.C., and most recently of Tennessee, passed away Friday, Jan. 24, 2020, at Wood Presbyterian Home in Sweetwater.

Her funeral was 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 2020, in the chapel of Dial-Murray Funeral Home, Moncks Corner, S.C. Interment followed in Carolina Memorial Park. The family received friends 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

Lillian was born to the late Effie Clifton Carrigg and Rosella Hoover Carrigg in Denmark, S.C. She was a member of the Moncks Corner United Methodist Church where she loved worshipping with her many friends she made there. Prior to her time there, she worked in the day care and worshipped at Deer Park Baptist Church in North Charleston. As a homemaker she was interested in gardening and caring for her family. Lillian loved the mountains and declared a rule that she must go there every year to enjoy God’s splendor. If she was your friend, she was a true friend with a gracious heart and forgiving nature. She was a lovely Southern lady.

Her strong faith, gentle spirit, generous heart, devotion to family and her infectious beautiful smile that she shared so freely will remain forever in the hearts of all who have been blessed to know and love her.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husbands, James Lindsey (2013) and William Ensor (2017); brothers, David, Reubin, Wallace, Elvin and Von Carrigg; sister, Leatha Carrigg; and brothers-in-law, Rollis Evans and Floyd Gunnels.

Lillian is survived by two sons, Edwin Lindsey and his wife, Vickie, of Pinopolis, and Jerry Lindsey of Moncks Corner; a daughter, Gail Edwards and her husband, Bob, of Loudon; siblings and their spouses, Grace Gunnels of Ladson, Leon and Patsy Carrigg of Jacksonville, Fla., Leroy and Vivian Carrigg and Pat Evans, all of Williston, S.C., and Brenda and Willie Bell of Round Rock, Texas; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

McGill Click Funerals & Cremations in charge of local arrangements.