Bobbie Sue Dudley

bobbie dudley

December 3, 1930 ~ March 8, 2018

Born in: Madison County, GA
Resided in: Atlanta, GA

Much loved by family and friends, Bobbie Dudley was known for her generous heart, her sense of humor and her creative flair. Bobbie died March 8, 2018 after a fifteen-year struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease. She was 87.
Bobbie Sue Parham Dudley was born in Madison County, Georgia in 1930 to Cyrus and Azalee Kelly Parham. She graduated from Royston High School and attended Young Harris College. She married her childhood sweetheart, Hugh Dorsey Dudley, in 1948. Dorsey died in 2002 just a few years after they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
She was a stay-at-home mom until her children were in their teens. Then she held several Civil Service jobs at Fort Bragg, NC. She lived in the Fayetteville, NC house she and her husband bought in 1956 until she moved to the Atlanta area in 2009.
Bobbie is survived by three children: Hugh Dudley Jr. (Sandy) of Sunrise, FL; Connie Lacy (Doug) of Atlanta; and Susan Montgomery (George) of Sanford, NC. She’s also survived by six grandchildren: Renee Bell, Dana Creel, Scott Cummings, Michael Dudley, Kyle Lacy and Kip Lacy, along with seven great-grandchildren, three great-great grandchildren, and a younger sister, Nancy Elder.
Although gifted with many talents, Bobbie’s greatest joy was family and friends. She loved nothing better than to cook for a big group and spend time together, especially at the beach. She also delighted in joking around with family members, especially her late sisters Rachel Hall and Pat Stevenson.
Plans are pending for a Celebration of Life later in the spring.

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  1. Ted Vigodsky says:

    So very sorry Connie. Your Mom is now with your Dad again. You were blessed to have been a part of her life all these years and she, yours. Thinking of you and your family a lot. Love, tv.

  2. Roxine Timms says:

    She was one very special aunt . Never a time she that she didn’t smile. When I looked at her and Uncle Dorsey. I saw so much love between them. I consider it an honor to have the both of them in my life. They are together again.

  3. Lynn Mayer says:

    I’ve been sharing stories of the Parham sisters and know there is a place in our hearts and memories of them. The obituary is lovely. The picture is too. I’m so sorry for this loss.

  4. Marsha Pellitteri says:

    Very sorry to hear of the death of your mom. She fought a good fight against that terrible illness. May the Lord watch over her family as they continue life without her here on Earth. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Laylon Jackson says:

    My condolences to you. She was my dearest friend for such a long time and I am very saddened. God’s speed to you Connie and the family. I loved her so! Laylon

  6. Connie Lacy says:

    Thanks so much, Laylon. She valued your friendship and loved you too.

  7. Tony says:

    I can see the three sisters cutting up together again. So sorry for you loss.

  8. Connie Lacy says:

    Thanks, Tony. Yes, they were the ultimate Sister Act!

  9. Pat Desamours says:

    Sending you thoughts of comfort and sweet memories Connie. I’m saddened to hear of your mother’s passing. I’ll remember you and your family in my daily prayers. Peace be with you!

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