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Virgie Nell Winborne

March 7, 1947 - March 30, 2024

Virgie Nell Winborne Obituary

Virgie Nell Winborne

On the morning of March 30, 2024 Virgie Nell Winborne died at the age of 77.

Virgie was born to Clyde and Leonia McGehee on March 7, 1947. After graduating from South Natchez

High School, she wed the love of her life Tommy Winborne on June 10, 1966. Together they raised three

daughters in Natchez, MS. In 1990, she and Tommy moved to Greenville, MS. Virgie started a 25-year

long career as an office manager for a dental clinic. Patients were greeted daily with her infectious smile

and loving personality. Virgie always had a way about her that made every person feel special. She

found the best qualities in people, and made certain to tell them.

In 2013, after retiring from the dental clinic, Virgie and Tommy moved back to Natchez. They enjoyed

life together with their two oldest daughters and grandchildren. Virgie loved taking care of her dogs, and

fishing with Tommy. She made sure that God was always the guiding light in her life. The Lord called

Virgie home peacefully in her sleep on the day before Easter.

She was preceded in death by her parents, twin brother Roger Dale McGehee, sister Shirley McGehee

Whitehead, and her daughter Anissa Dawn Branton. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Tommy

Winborne; brother Clyde McGehee Jr. (Nancy), brothers-in-law Gary Winborne (Kathy), Randall

Winborne (Jeanette), and sister-in-law Patricia Anderson (David), daughters Sabrina Pressgrove (Bill),

Marcie McGaugh (Brian), and close family friend Donna Fiorello; Grandchildren Carson Pressgrove,

Conner Pressgrove, Cole Priest (Brianna), Tate Branton (Kayleigh), Searcy Branton, Gracie McGaugh,

Madolyn McGaugh, and Fletcher McGaugh; great grandchildren Hudson, Grayson, and Adyson.

Virgie’s positive outlook on life was a blessing to everyone who knew her. She lived her life and loved so

selflessly. She will be greatly missed.

We love you Virgie

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Virgie Nell Winborne hosted by Young's Community Memorial Funeral Home.

Virgie Nell Winborne

On the morning of March 30, 2024 Virgie Nell Winborne died at the age of 77.

Virgie was born to Clyde and Leonia McGehee on March 7, 1947. After graduating from South Natchez

High School, she wed the love of her life Tommy Winborne on June 10, 1966. Together they raised three

daughters in Natchez, MS. In 1990, she and Tommy moved to Greenville, MS. Virgie started a 25-year

long career as an office manager for a dental clinic. Patients were greeted daily with her infectious smile

and loving personality. Virgie always had a way about her that made every person feel special. She

found the best qualities in people, and made certain to tell them.

In 2013, after retiring from the dental clinic, Virgie and Tommy moved back to Natchez. They enjoyed

life together with their two oldest daughters and grandchildren. Virgie loved taking care of her dogs, and

fishing with Tommy. She made sure that God was always the guiding light in her life. The Lord called

Virgie home peacefully in her sleep on the day before Easter.

She was preceded in death by her parents, twin brother Roger Dale McGehee, sister Shirley McGehee

Whitehead, and her daughter Anissa Dawn Branton. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Tommy

Winborne; brother Clyde McGehee Jr. (Nancy), brothers-in-law Gary Winborne (Kathy), Randall

Winborne (Jeanette), and sister-in-law Patricia Anderson (David), daughters Sabrina Pressgrove (Bill),

Marcie McGaugh (Brian), and close family friend Donna Fiorello; Grandchildren Carson Pressgrove,

Conner Pressgrove, Cole Priest (Brianna), Tate Branton (Kayleigh), Searcy Branton, Gracie McGaugh,

Madolyn McGaugh, and Fletcher McGaugh; great grandchildren Hudson, Grayson, and Adyson.

Virgie’s positive outlook on life was a blessing to everyone who knew her. She lived her life and loved so

selflessly. She will be greatly missed.

We love you Virgie

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Virgie Nell Winborne hosted by Young's Community Memorial Funeral Home.

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