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Virginia Bell Woodard, 76 of Atlanta, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Born in Milledgeville, GA on December 26, 1940 to Miller R. Bell and Virginia McMichael Bell.
Virginia was a graduate of Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. Virginia was a loving mother, proud grandmother and a good friend to many. She was known for her dedication, spunky personality and sense of humor. Early in her life, Virginia was an active member of the community and enjoyed her volunteer work. She was member of the Atlanta Symphony Board, Garden Hills Gardening Club and proud member of the DAR. In her later years, she returned to teaching elementary school. After Virginia retired from teaching she enjoyed a career at Walker McIntyre Antiques.
She was proceeded in death by her daughter, Eugenia West Woodard. Survivors include her daughters Virginia Woodard. Snavely and Elizabeth Wimbish Potter both of Atlanta and four grandchildren, William McBain Snavely, Brant Everett Snavely, Christopher Tate Snavely, and Richard Reames Potter
A memorial service will be held on June 24, 2017 from 11:00am 12:00pm at Northside United Methodist Church 2799 Northside Drive NW Atlanta, GA 30305.
H. M. Patterson & Son Arlington Chapel, Sandy Springs, GA
Virginia Bell Woodard, 76 of Atlanta, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Born in Milledgeville, GA on December 26, 1940 to Miller R. Bell and Virginia McMichael Bell.
Virginia was a graduate of Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. Virginia was a loving mother, proud grandmother and a good friend to many. She was known for her dedication, spunky personality and sense of humor. Early in her life, Virginia was an active member of the community and enjoyed her volunteer work. She was member of the Atlanta Symphony Board, Garden Hills Gardening Club and proud member of the DAR. In her later years, she returned to teaching elementary school. After Virginia retired from teaching she enjoyed a career at Walker McIntyre Antiques.
She was proceeded in death by her daughter, Eugenia West Woodard. Survivors include her daughters Virginia Woodard. Snavely and Elizabeth Wimbish Potter both of Atlanta and four grandchildren, William McBain Snavely, Brant Everett Snavely, Christopher Tate Snavely, and Richard Reames Potter
A memorial service will be held on June 24, 2017 from 11:00am 12:00pm at Northside United Methodist Church 2799 Northside Drive NW Atlanta, GA 30305.
H. M. Patterson & Son Arlington Chapel, Sandy Springs, GA
Published on May 19, 2017
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