Serving Central Virginia for over 100 Years

540-672-3611

540-832-2111

Preddy-Funeral-Home-Logo

MADISON

ORANGE

GORDONSVILLE

Janna Lee Bruce

By preddyfuner36002353, May 19 2020 06:55PM

Janna Lee Bruce “Little Granny” , 87, of Barboursville, became an angel to Lord. She was born on Monday, May 29, 1932 in Albemarle county to the late father James Gibson and mother Effie Gibson. In the addition to her parents, she was proceeded in death family by her husband Raymond “Bob” Bruce and brother Charlie Gibson She is survived by her daughter, Joan Breeden Shifflett of Barboursville; Two grandchildren Kim Warner and her husband Steve; Earl “Buck” Breeden and his wife Laura; Three great grandchildren Amber Martyn and her husband William, Austin Breeden and Emma Breeden; two great great grandchildren Kassidy and Sadie; Three brothers Sherwood Gibson, Bradley Gibson and Jim Gibson; Two sisters Peggy Critzer and Sharon Harris and numerous extended family and friends. She was retired from Sperry Marine. She had a heart and smile of gold. She was always willing to help everybody. She loved Nascar racing, camping, swimming and being with family. Little Granny and Papa were always out riding the countryside. She will be greatly missed by many. A private graveside service will be held in Holly Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice House 675 Peter Jefferson Parkway Suite 300 Charlottesville, VA 22911. Preddy Funeral Home of Gordonsville is handling arrangements.

4 comments
May 20 2020 12:23AM by Kim

Little Granny you will be missed so much love you!

May 20 2020 01:13AM by Patricia Arrowood

You were always so sweet to me Little Granny. We will miss you dearly. Love you Pat

May 20 2020 01:21AM by Gary Osteen

Lil Granny was always a joy and Always a laugh to Share.
Love and will miss her. Would not be where I am today without her.
Prayers for all the family.
The Osteen’s

May 20 2020 05:22PM by Cathy Bowles

The time we spent caring for (momma) as we called her at the Hospice House. Was a very special time, we had many talks and many laughs. And even could get a dance out or her at times. Momma's smile would truly warm your heart. You are greatly missed, we loved you very much.
Cathy and Gloria from Hospice house.

Add a comment
* Required

 

   Obituaries: