PEGGY-GIBBS-Obituary

PEGGY GIBBS

Lawrenceville, Virginia

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GIBBS, Peggy, age 59, of Dolphin, Va., died October 6, 2012. She was an accountant with Iluka Resources and is survived by her husband, J. N. Gibbs Jr.; two sons, Jamie and Jody Gibbs; two grandchildren, Jackson and Addison; her mother, Greta Stone; four brothers, Tommy Stone, Johnny Stone, Moe Stone and Allen Stone all of Dinwiddie, Va. Graveside funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m., Monday at Crestview Memorial Park in La Crosse, Va. The family will receive friends Sunday, October 7, 2012 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home in Lawrenceville. Memorial contributions can be made to Antioch United Methodist Church, c/o Mary Clary, 15328 Christanna Hwy., Lawrenceville, Va. 23868. Williams Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www.wmsfhva.com.


This obituary was originally published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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I love you and think of you all the time. You live in my memories and in my heart. I miss you and love you. Just heard Garth Brooks The Dance and made me think about Charles and your sweet spirit. Thanks for treating me like your own. I miss you so much and love you. Ypu will never know the influence you had on me. I will see you again one day. Until then, rest in peace. ❤

I am sending my thoughts and prayers to Peggy's family. She was a wonderful friend, co-worker and mother. She loved her family more than anything. I am so grateful to have known such a strong caring person. I will always remember how good she was to me at Iluka...she will be missed

I am sitting at my desk waiting for the time to have one last chance to tell one of my best friends in this world goodbye, although in reality i told her goodbye and god speed days ago. Leaving us on her birthday was alost unbearable but another of her best friends Pam said these words to me God made her on this day and he took her home on this day, makes sense to me she's got a brand new beautiful life, but her leaving leaves us is going to leave spaces in our hearts that her presence...

To the family I extend my sincere sympathy. I first met Peggy when we were in 6th grade together at old Sunnyside McKenney. Within a few days we became friends and learned quickly that we had the mutual interest of a love to play softball & basketball. We continued on to play high school sports and graduated together. Even though we went our separate ways after high school we would have some occasional contact through her employment with Iluka. I know all of you will miss her so much...

My memories of Peggy start with her informing me that she was the 5th Slaw Sister--I accepted her into the family and from that day on she was my children's best friend. She knew that we all loved her,and we knew she loved us.I will miss her...

To the family of Peggy I send my prayers and thoughts. I trust Peggy is in Heaven now and has no more pain. God be with you all through this time of sorrow. To my cousins Moe, Tommy, Johnny and Allen I love you. Anne Paige

My sympathy and prayers are with the family at their time of loss.

To Peggy's mother and brothers I send my sincere sympathy and love. There are so many sweet memories and times I will always remember.To her husband and sons I send my sympathy and prayers and you were blessed to have such a wonderful lady in your lives.
Love to all of you. Winnie Grizzard, Amelia, Va.