Faye Elizabeth Grimm
February 9, 1938-April 4, 2021
Faye Elizabeth Grimm, 83, of Louisa, Va gained her angel wings on Easter Sunday April 4, 2021 after a long battle with ovarian cancer with her daughter Anita and her son Jonathan by her side.
She is survived by her two children Anita Nuckols (Ashby) of Louisa Va and Jonathan Grimm (Jennifer) of Louisa Va; one brother Larry Fulks of Flatwoods Ky; six grandchildren Daisey Grimm of Louisa Va; Holly Brantley Payne of Ashland Ky; Ashlee Brantley-Wilkerson of Bartlett Tn; Robert Brantley of Ky; Bobby Brantley of Ky; Preslee Bates of Wurtland Ky ; eight great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents Zener and Roberta Fulks; her first husband Bobby Brantley; her second husband Clarence Grimm; two brothers Paul and Ray Fulks; one sister Dorene Hamilton and her two sons Clayton and Clinton Brantley.
Faye retired after 22 years of service from Louisa Health and Rehabilitation Center in the house keeping department so she could be a fulltime grandmother to her granddaughter Daisey. Faye enjoyed springtime watching the flowers bloom, the budding of the trees and watching the birds at her bird feeders.
A graveside service will be held Friday April 9, 2021 at 2:00 P.M. at Hillcrest cemetery with Tom Silling Speaking.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Martha Jefferson Cancer Care Center. https://www.mjhfoundation.org/donate-cancer-care or by mailing donations to Martha Jefferson Hospital Foundation 500 Martha Jefferson Drive Charlottesville, VA 22911.
We will be following the CDC COVID-19 recommendations, and the state of Virginia mandates on social distancing, and face covering.
Anita, I am so sorry for your loss. May Gods love wrap around you and bring you peace. Love Patti Norris-Barker
To the Family and Friends of Mrs. Grimm:
Everyone deserves a Mother, family member, or friend like Mrs. Grimm. She adored her kids and was proud of their accomplishments. I knew her from LCHS (where they attended school) and the Louisa Health and Rehabilitation Center (where she worked for many years.) She was highly respected.
Minnie S. Irwin
I am so sorry for your loss anita she will be missed