Jill Albritton • October 29, 2022



Jill Sue Albritton, 54, of Pensacola, Florida passed away October 29, 2022. Jill was a devoted wife, mother and friend. She worked at Baptist Health Care for 30 years and was a faithful member of First Pentecostal Church.
Jill is preceded in death by her father, Joe McConnell and father-in-law, Shella Albritton.
She is survived by her husband of 31 years, Ronnie Albritton; son, Ronnie Chase Albritton; daughter, Emalee Grace Albritton;mother, Barbara Sue McConnell-Hendel; brothers, Joe E. McConnell (Lydia) and Jason McConnell; mother-in-law, Doris Albritton, sister-in-law, Donna Carlisle; multiple devoted nieces and nephews, faithful friends and church family, dear friend Maria Diamonte, and friends and coworkers at Baptist Health Care.
Visitation will be held at First Pentecostal Church on Friday, November 4, 2022 from 12:00-1:00PM, Service to follow. Pallbearers: John Perine, Gary Thomas, Mike Jones, Don Anderson, Ian McConnell, Owen McConnell.

  1. Sara Amphion says:

    So very sorry to hear this news. I had worked will Jill for many years at Baptist Healthcare. Prayers and condolences for her family. Sara Amphion

  2. Ruby Hess (formerly Knauer) says:

    I was honored to work with, learn from and simply be in Jill’s presence. I am thankful for knowing her. My prayers and condolences are with her precious family during this difficult time! Sending all my love to Mr. Ronnie as I came to know better as I came to know of his pure love and dedication to Jill, never leaving her side!

  3. Michael, Rebecca Larsen says:

    Our hearts are crying at the news of Jill’s passing. Such a beautiful lady/sister in the Lord inside and out! May God’s peace that passes all understanding surround her precious family during this time of sorrow. Love and prayers, the Larsens.

  4. Shannon Boone says:

    I was privileged to not only attend church with Jill but also to work with her at Baptist healthcare for 7 years. During that time she was the greatest example of Christianity. She never wavered in her temperament I never seen her angry and never seen her lose her temper she was a very consistent person. She had kindness on her tongue for everyone that she came in contact with but that church and at work. She will be greatly missed and she was greatly loved! My deepest condolences to this precious family and church family. May God’s love and peace surround all of you at this difficult time. Much love and prayer

  5. Fern Pearson says:

    We are so sorry for the loss of Jill. I know God will comfort you and the family with His blessed presence. We are out of town so we can’t be there, but we are praying for you. Much love, the Pearson’s.

  6. Ginger Brewer says:

    This breaks my heart. Jill hired me at Baptist Hospital in 1998. She was a very fair boss and a really nice person. My condolences go out to the family and all of her friends.

  7. Sandy Cooper says:

    Oh my, I am so sorry for your/our loss of precious, sweet, sweet Jill. I too worked under Jill for 13+ years and there was no one more compassionate & understanding than Jill. I remember when Jill would bring Emalee into work on weekends when work was required, such a sweetie. The Lord has finally taken his “Angel” to him & she no longer has to wait. My prayers go out to the entire family, Jill will be missed!

  8. Kathleen Pierce says:

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all and all of the family.

  9. Rachel Stefanko says:

    I have been fortunate enough to work with Jill for the past 8.5 years. She was a beautiful lady, inside and out. I thoroughly enjoyed the time I was able to spend learning from and working with her. I will be thinking about her family, friends, and coworkers as we grieve this tremendous loss.

  10. Patrick and Cindy Nooner says:

    Sister Jill was exemplary of an Godly Christian women. Calm and radiant in Godly humility, strong in her faith and dealing with hardship. She is an example for youth of how they should live their life. Why God calls the best of us home early, we may never know. Maybe it is because they reached the point of earthly perfection, and going home is the next step. Being in the arms of Jesus, where there is no hardship and no pain.

  11. J. Adams-Toler says:

    I have known Jill since 1987. She was an awesome person then and never changed even when others and circumstances around us changed, she remained the same. Sending our deepest condolences to the McConnell family , Ronnie, Ronnie Chase and Emalee. From the Adams and Toler family from Montana

  12. Pat Cohron says:

    Jill, you one of a kind! Even in your early life, surprising your parents with a parachuted landing. You have always been true to your faith. Beauty did not compete for your dedication to your God. You were loved!

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