Virginia Lee Pittman
April 3, 1935 – March 10, 2018
Virginia Lee Pittman, age 82 of Stockbridge, Georgia passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 10, 2018.
Virginia is predeceased by her father, Charlie Bloodworth; mother, Gracie Bloodworth; sister, Ramona Biddy; grandson, David Gabriel Pittman; and brother-in-law Edwin Preston.
Virginia is survived by her husband, David Franklin Pittman, Sr; daughter, Roxie (Michael) Fiveash; son, David (Jeannette) Pittman, Jr; sister, Marie Preston; brother, Frank (Bonnie) Bloodworth; grandchildren, Jessica (Josh) Freeman, Kristy (Stanley) Housworth, Melissa Fiveash, Amanda Pittman and James Pittman; great-grandchildren, Aiden Freeman, Addison Freeman, Carter Housworth and Lexi Housworth.
Virginia and David attended Glen Haven Baptist Church where they have been members since 1956. During her years of service, Virginia had been a Sunday School teacher and a member of the choir. Virginia started her own accounting practice, VP & Associates, after many years of working at the First National Bank. However, her proudest accomplishments are her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Virginia has been the pillar of the family bringing them together as often as she could. In her free time, Virginia could be found reading books. Her most treasured book was The Living Bible which she brought to church with her each Sunday. Virginia will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 11:30 am at Glen Haven Baptist Church in McDonough, Georgia. The family will receive friends Tuesday, March 13, 2018 between the hours of 2 pm and 4 pm and 6 pm and 8 pm at Horis A. Ward Funeral Home – Fairview Chapel in Stockbridge, Georgia.
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Virginia Lee Pittman
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March 12, 2018
Truly one of the last true southern women. Her grace and elegance I will always remember. Her love for her family was amazing. It was a true honor to care for such a lady . You will be missed but not forgotten, thank you for the life lesson of always putting and loving your family first. I am so humbled I was given the honor of being one of your last friends in this world. Rest now sweet girl till we meet again. All my love and much love from the entire GoldenCrest Family!