Donna R. Dymacek

On Saturday, May 20th, Donna R. Dymacek (Bagby) passed away peacefully at home (her gift shop & nursery), surrounded by her loving family. She was born December 21st, 1952. She is survived by her mother Nathalie Richardson Dymacek, three daughters and two sons, Khristie, Jennifer, Ronald, Sally and Avery, husband Jessie Cauthorne and sisters Cynthia D. Kemp and Teresa Dymacek Ward, many loved grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by father Robert J. Dymacek, her husband Ronald A. Bagby, three brothers Robert "Robbie" Dymacek, and twins Patrick and Stephen Dymacek. A warm, loving mother, sister, cousin, aunt, grandmother and friend to all. She was a faithful worker in everything she did. She retired from the postal service in Bumpass, Va., as well as a one of a kind cosmetologist, a phenomenal painter, and a wizard with plants, who loved her birds and cat Sunday, she loved working on anything nonsensical. The loss of her will be felt by everyone. In lieu of flowers, monetary donations towards final and medical expenses can be given to Sally Osborne. We will be having a large gathering at her home, to celebrate and honor her life on June 4th at 2pm. Please bring a dish to share, a drink of your preference and your lawn chairs.

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