Virginia L. Hardy

Passed May 20, 2022


Obituary For Virginia L. Hardy

Virginia Louise Hardy, of Douglasville, passed away Friday, May 20, 2022. She was born August 9th, in Alabama, the daughter of the late Mr. Jaruth Green and the late Mrs. Opal Mckenney. Mrs. Hardy enjoyed Cooking and was known for her biscuits. She loved Jeff Gordon and watching the Braves. She would make it a point to watch The Wheel of Fortune nightly. She enjoyed the time that she spent with her family and friends.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Clyde Hardy; daughter, Janice McKerley; son, Donny Hardy; brothers, Terry McKenney and Seldon Green.
She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Glenn and Katrina McKenney; grandchild, Barry Carden, Tara Hardy, and Valerie (Alex) Eison, Susan Rossow, and Joy Reding; three great grandchildren; Dalton Carden, Dylan Carden and Brayden Eison, and several nieces and nephews.
To honor the life of Mrs. Hardy, the family has requested those in attendance to show their love by wearing her favorite color red. In Lieu of sending flowers can make a donation to First Baptist Church of Lithia Springs.
Family will receive friends at Jones-Wynn Funeral home in Douglasville on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM. The funeral service will be conducted on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 12:00 PM from the Chapel of Jones-Wynn Funeral Home in Douglasville. Deacon Danny Harrison and Rev. Gary Green will be officiating. Interment will follow at Sunrise Memorial Gardens.
Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at Jones-Wynn Funeral Home, Inc. and Cremation Services of Douglasville is in charge of arrangements.

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  • 05/25/2022

    The Davison Family sends our condolences. We would have attended Virginia’s funeral if we had known. A remarkable, sweet, great sense of humor, kind lady and dear friend and neighbor of my mother, Elsie. She did so much for her and came with those biscuits the next morning after she passed away. So very sorry for your loss but thankful she is now reunited with her family that preceded her. Love, Anne Mahan and family

  • 05/24/2022

    I remember bringing our keyboard and guitar over to her house to play and sing some songs. When I discovered her Jeff Gordon collection I just had to send her a Jeff Gordon car. She was a sweetheart and as kind a person as you would ever care to meet. She will be missed by her family, and all who knew and loved her. Prayers for her family.

  • 05/24/2022

    Aunt Virginia was one of the kindest, warm, and generous persons I have ever known. She loved me because Gary loved me. Aunt Virginia loved our kids and grandkids. She had a bridal shower for us the weekend Gary was ordained and hosted my mother, sister, and me for the weekend. Over the years, we enjoyed visiting her and her hospitality which almost always involved coffee and biscuits. Aunt Virginia always made you feel special. I will always be grateful that she loved Gary and our family. I love you, Aunt Virginia, and will always miss you.❤️

  • 05/24/2022

    She polluted the daylights out of our coffee so we felt grown up drinking it. I hate butter beans. But she told me if I ate them I’d be pretty. I ate them for her. It didn’t work but I believed her. I remember she told Gary she stopped having birthdays after 29. He came home crying believing he’d stop having birthdays. Notice the (missing) year she was born? She was a 💎 gem.

  • 05/23/2022

    I loved her and her caring ways! She would always make me feel special when we would visit each other! She made the best cat-head biscuits! She will truly be missed! Thoughts and prayers!

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