Virginia Bracey "Boo-Boo"

May 13, 1982 ~ February 19, 2024 (age 41) 41 Years Old

Virginia Bracey "Boo-Boo" Obituary

Virginia Bracey “Boo Boo” was born on Thursday, May 13, 1982 in Sumter, South Carolina to the late Marion and Catherine Davis Bracey. 

Boo-boo was educated in the public schools of Sumter County. She was a very hard and dedicated worker. She worked at Willie Sues, Pilgrim Pride and Wards BBQ for several years. Her co-workers was like family to her. Boo-Boo excepted her Lord and Savior at an early age, she     attended the local churches in Sumter county, New Life Bible Church, Cherryvale Baptist Church, and Grace Cathedral Ministries. She love going to Spoliwa Bible Camp in Georgia when she was a little girl. She was blessed with the gift to talk and listen to so many people, she loved helping people, she always expressed and told her family and friends how much she loved them. Boo-Boo had an infectious laugh and she was incredibly kind to all who knew her, she was a friend to so many people. She was a sounding board, a shoulder to cry on, someone to pick you up when you were down someone who offered you advice, but even in disagreement there was respect, understanding and an underlying love that transcended differences. Virginia’s life was for too short on this earth, but we are thankful to God for allowing her to be a testament of life filled with love, laughter, and memories that enrich our lives, and will forever echo in our hearts. 

Virginia Boo-Boo leaves to cherish her loving memories, loving and devoted son, DeShawn Bailey, two loving devoted sisters, Linda (Gregg) Battles and Shirley (Bernell) Ross; six aunts, Virginia Mack who helped raise her as a daughter, Maxine Smith, Henrietta (Louis) Brunson, Sarah James, Daisy James and Teresa Mack; five uncles Jesse James Mack, Retired Master Sergeant Willie James (Sharon) Mack, Joseph Holiday, Henry James, and Johnny Lee Davis; a niece who was her heart, Shirniya Ross, special nephew, Bernell Ross, Jr; special cousins, Dawn Carter, Charles Martin Smith, Elder Dameon Duffie, Steven (Janita) Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Shakeisha Johnson, Kae Jones and Bre Jones, special friends, who were like sisters and brothers to her Monica Capers, Erica Baldwin, Latrice Frazier, Mrs. Ethel Burgess, Boo-Boo has so many special friends too many to mention a special love Charlie Washington, additional nieces, nephews cousins, other  relatives and friends.

In addition to her parents, she was proceeded in death by her grandparents, James (Lillie Mae) Mack, Mary Lee James and Johnny Davis, great-grandmother, Rebecca Bracey, three uncles, Roosevelt Mack, Robert Duffie, Charles Smith; four aunts, Peggy Mack, Rebecca Holliday,   Marie Mack Jeter, Magdaline, Carter Mack, four great grand aunts, Annie Mae McMillan, Loretta Simmons Hattie Clines Duffie and Julia Mack, seven grand uncles, Marvin Duffie, Joe Simmons Rosevelt Simmons, Willie Mack, Eddie Cook, Walter McMillian and Holland Mack.

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Celebration of Life
March 2, 2024

12:00 PM
Jehovah Baptist Church
805 S. Harvin Street
Sumter, SC 29150


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