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  1. Sending my deepest condolences to Heather, Steve, and family. Georgia was a delight to know and she will be missed by so many. Love you Peach.

  2. Miss Georgia Peach will truly be missed. She was a caring and strong person in many ways.
    It was a privilege to know her. Praying that your memories will comfort you and your family.

  3. I will truly miss my riding friend. My mom, Polly, and Georgia and I used to get out and go for nature rides. That’s what drew us together, her friendship with mom and our love of nature.
    Georgia was a devoted and loyal friend; always smiling, funny, and encouraging. To say we will miss her is an understatement. Our hearts yearn to see her again in the resurrection. John 5:28 May the God of tender mercies and the God of all comfort comfort you and give you peace. 2Cor 1:3,4 Our prayers will be with you. Love, Sandy

  4. We were so sorry to hear of Georgia’s passing. Had several enjoyable conversations with her , before the lock down
    In 2020.
    We spoke about the promise in the scripture at Rev.21:3-5 as she shared her health problems. This scripture gives us all hope for our dead loved ones.
    The Apostle John give us even more hope at John 5:28&29 where he says“All those in the memorial tombs will come out” to a resurrection of life. Continued prayers for you all.
    Sincerely
    Sash & Iris Griffin

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Georgia Donnelly

January 9, 2022

Georgia Donnelly, 80, of Grandy, North Carolina, passed away peacefully on January 9, 2022, in her home after a prolonged illness, which she fought with tenacity and great strength of spirit.

In 1959 Georgia graduated from high school in Providence, RI, and entered the workforce. She was married in 1966 and soon after became a stay-at-home mom. Later, Georgia re-entered the workforce and was employed by Amica Insurance and Benny’s Retail Store. In 2002, she retired and moved to North Carolina, where her spunky personality was contagious and she was beloved by all who knew her. The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Georgia. She loved visiting with friends, watching the neighborhood children play on the street, watching the birds, and reading all about the Royal Family.

Georgia is the daughter of the late Rena and James Maguire and was also preceded in death by her son Christopher Donnelly. Georgia is survived by her daughter, Heather (Donnelly) Morrison and son-in-law Stephen; two grandchildren, Brittany (Morrison) Morgan and her husband Brendan, Stephen Morrison Jr.; and her closest friends Melody Singlar, Polly Mills, and Danny Geremia.

A celebration of life will be held on January 15, 2022, at the Gallop Memorial Chapel in Barco, North Carolina, at 2 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Georgia’s memory to the Albemarle Commission Home Delivery with “Currituck” in the memo line, 512 S. Church Street Hertford, NC 27944, would be greatly appreciated.

Expressions of sympathy and comfort are welcome via the online register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

Condolences

Regina Seymore

My prayers are with the family. Continue to be strong, Mrs. Georgia was a very strong woman.

Natalie Wisz

Sending my deepest condolences to Heather, Steve, and family. Georgia was a delight to know and she will be missed by so many. Love you Peach.

Shirleen & Terry Thompson

Miss Georgia Peach will truly be missed. She was a caring and strong person in many ways. It was a privilege to know her. Praying that your memories will comfort you and your family.

Sandy Beddingfield

I will truly miss my riding friend. My mom, Polly, and Georgia and I used to get out and go for nature rides. That's what drew us together, her friendship with mom and our love of nature. Georgia was a devoted and loyal friend; always smiling, funny, and encouraging. To say we will miss her is an understatement. Our hearts yearn to see her again in the resurrection. John 5:28 May the God of tender mercies and the God of all comfort comfort you and give you peace. 2Cor 1:3,4 Our prayers will be with you. Love, Sandy

Sash (Daniel) & Iris Griffin

We were so sorry to hear of Georgia’s passing. Had several enjoyable conversations with her , before the lock down In 2020. We spoke about the promise in the scripture at Rev.21:3-5 as she shared her health problems. This scripture gives us all hope for our dead loved ones. The Apostle John give us even more hope at John 5:28&29 where he says“All those in the memorial tombs will come out” to a resurrection of life. Continued prayers for you all. Sincerely Sash & Iris Griffin