Katherine Keesee Plott
May 6, 1928 – March 21, 2020
Katherine Keesee Plott, 91, of Lynchburg passed away Saturday, March 21, 2020 at Runk and Pratt Liberty Ridge. She was the former wife of Henry Ray Privett and the late James Plott.
Born in Lynchburg on May 6, 1928 she was the daughter of the late Victor Keesee and Emma Keesee Murphy. Katherine was an executive house keeper for the state of Virginia in charge of cleaning the governor’s mansion. She was an active member of Mountain View Church of God. Katherine will always be remembered for her love of family and church. She was a seamtress, a ceramic artist, an excellent cook, she was a maker of homemade cards and jewelry just to name a few. Her bracelets were generously given to many of her caregivers, family and friends. She was lovingly called Aunt Katherine by many. In addition to her husband and parents she was preceded in death by a nephew, Roger Wade.
She is survived by two nephews, Bill Justis and his wife, JoAnne of Rustburg and Howard Hall and his wife, Lisa of Concord; two nieces, Lafonda Gunter and her husband, Carroll of Lynchburg and Desi Justis and her husband, Jeff of Rustburg; Phyllis Wade of Lynchburg; a sister in law, Flonnie Collie and many other family and friends.
The family would like to thank the staffs of Valley View and Runk and Pratt Liberty Ridge for all the help and care they showed to Katherine.
A graveside service will be held at 11:00 am Thursday, March 26, 2020 at Fort Hill Memorial Park with Pastor Lonni Wickard and Desi Justis officiating. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.
The family requests that memorial contributions be made to Mountain View Church of God, c/o Michelle Simpson, 1010 Grand Oaks Dr., Forest, VA 24551.
Mountain View Church of God c/o Michelle Simpson
1010 Grand Oaks Dr, , Forest, Virginia 24551
- Graveside Service Thursday, March 26, 2020
Katherine Keesee Plott
Marie Glass Edwards
March 23, 2020
I loved Katherine very much and will miss her. She will always be in my heart. Katherine had so many beautiful qualities, I can't name them all . Once I told her how I wished her legs didn't hurt so much and she replied "I just think of how much Jesus hurt on the cross so I can't complain". She loved God. her church and her family. I Know she is at peace now and happy. My thanks go out to the Pruitt family for taking such good care of her all these years. She was an absolute joy to be around. My Heloise (my nickname for her since she had an answer to fix anything) will rest in peace.