Jan 05, 2014 – Apr 03, 2011
Dorothy Cooke Bagby, 97, of Bumpass died peacefully on April 3, 2011. She was a lifelong resident of Louisa County.
She is survived by her daughters Georgianna B. Proffitt and her husband G.W. of Fredericksburg and Mary Lou B. Hopkins of Louisa; grandsons R. Thomas Hopkins, Gregory W. Proffitt and Richard B. Proffitt and his wife Stephanie; and five great grandchildren. Dorothy is also survived by her devoted, loving caregivers and wonderful neighbors and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband George T. Bagby.
The family will receive friends at Oak Lawn Farm from 4:00P.M. to 7:00 P.M., Wednesday April 6, 2011. Services will be held at South Anna Baptist Church, 9071 Cross County Road Route 522, Mineral VA 23117, at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday April 7, 2011. Interment immediately following at Hillcrest Cemetery, Louisa VA.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to South Anna Baptist Church, 9071 Cross County Road, Mineral, VA 23117.
Tom and family,We extend our deepest and heartfelt sympathy in your loss. Dorothy was a great lady and we always enjoyed seeing her. She spoke so fondly of her family. You are in our thougts and prayers.
Our heartfelt sympathy to family and friends.
Georgianna and family,We are sorry to hear about your loss. We will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Georgianna, Lou, and FamilyWhat a special lady your Mother was! Beautiful on the inside and out. Loved her precious smile and the strong and unabashed love she had for her family. A powerful witness to us all. Both your parents were remarkable people.Love, Warren and Mardy
To the Bagby, Hopkins, Proffitt family… Mama Dot was an inspiration to me. She always made me feel very welcomed and always treated me as one of her own! She was a very kind hearted, loving person who I will miss dearly! Her memory and her warmnth will live forever in my heart!! I hope they have Northern Neck Gingerale in Heaven!!
My condolences to the family. Receiving notice of Dorothy`s passing brought back pleasant memories of the Bagby house and family, of old LCHS, when one cheered Rebels not wimpy Lions, and of my childhood home just two miles west.