Ardie Rae Bradley Robertson, 85, of Warm Springs, Virginia passed away Wednesday, October 26, 2022, at Bath Community Hospital.

She was born August 25,1937 in Bath County, the daughter of the late William Marion Bradley and Lunora Messer Bradley. She was married to the late Charles Griffith Robertson.

Ardie was retired from Bacova Guild as an inspector.

She was a member of Starr Chapel Community Church for 80 years.  Ardie loved to cook and can. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great grandmother & great-great-great grandmother.

Ardie is survived by her children, Glenn Robertson and wife Sherrill of Burnsville, VA, Robert “Bucky” Robertson and wife Kimm of Covington, VA, David Robertson and wife Susan of Covington, VA, Alice Walton of Clifton Forge, VA, Rachel Thompson of Winchester, VA, Myrna Davis and husband Walter “Buddy” of Warm Springs, VA, Brenda Robertson of Covington, VA, and Shirley Ingram and husband Guy of Millboro, VA; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, & great-great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her husband, she is preceded in death by a son, Charles “Bimbo” Robertson, Jr.; a daughter, Doris Anderson; a grandson, Eddie Carper; a granddaughter, Carla Jean Robertson; sisters, Sylvia Law, Rosie Cresswell, and Ida Fay Weese; and brothers Fred Bradley and Jesse Bradley.

A graveside service will be conducted at 2:00 PM, Saturday, October 29, 2022, at Jacob Cleek Cemetery with Pastor Buddy Davis officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to Starr Chapel Community Church, C/O Betty Hicklin, PO Box 925, Hot Springs, Virginia 24445

 

7 Comments

  1. She was a fine women with strong faith in God and her family. And I’m proud to say I’m part of. Rest in peace Aunt Ardie.

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  2. Rest in peace!!

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  3. I worked with her for years,she was one special lady it was an honor to get to know her,she was a strong lady in many ways she was hard working could work most of us younger girls under the table,she was a great cook(loved her turkey gravy) and most of all she loved her family,she will be missed by many RIP Ardie keep ‘em straight up there.

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  4. Miss Ardie was a kind lady whom I enjoyed working with at Bacova. Always a hard worker and always cooking something good for our luncheons. God bless her precious family.

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  5. Ardie was one of the best. Kind, loving, encouraging, Always there to encourage us in our Faith and keep us Strong at Church. The most hard working, dedicated in helping others and serving our Lord. We Love you and will miss you dearly ❤ Your Family and friends at Starr Chapel Community Church.

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    • My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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  6. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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