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Margie Carol Joseph

July 30, 1944 - December 4, 2021

Margie Carol Joseph, 77, of Lynchburg went to be with her Lord Saturday, December 4, 2021. She was the loving wife of Joseph David Joseph for 59 years.

Carol was born in Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania on July 30, 1944, a daughter of the late John Teeter and Ruth Camerer Teeter. Carol was a devoted homemaker for her family and a member of Heritage Baptist Church where she had her own gospel tract ministry.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children; Diane Carol Bridge (Jay) of Forest, Barry Joseph (Joyce) of Lynchburg, and Nathan Joseph (Anna) of Lynchburg, three grandchildren; Mariah Bridge Thomas (Danny), Madison Bridge, and Morgynne Bridge, two step-grandchildren; Amber Bryant (Cody and Kayla Martin, and three step-great-grandchildren; Killian Bryant, Zane Bryant and Layla Edwards. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son Joel Joseph.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Thursday, December 9, 2021, at Tharp Funeral Home Lynchburg.

A Celebration of Carol’s Life will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, December 10, 2021, at Heritage Baptist Church with the Rev. Jonathan Falwell officiating and a tribute to her life by the Rev. Fred Joseph. Interment will follow at Virginia Memorial Park.

Memorials may be made to the Gospel Tract Ministry at Heritage Baptist Church, https://gofund.me/26eb4a2c

Click here to view Margie’s tribute video

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So sorry to hear of Carols passing. We were remembering all the fun times we shared with your family at Calvary Baptist, Clymer. She had such a joyful spirit . We are all blessed to have known her and have joy in knowing we will see her again in heaven. Our prayers are with you all. P.S. Rochelles' oldest son Caeden King is a freshman at Liberty. Now that we know Diane teaches there we may look you up when we're down.

Posted by Penny & Denny Overdorff on December 10, 2021

Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not heal. Praying for the Joseph family during this tremendous loss to your family. May God bless you all.

Posted by Teresa Renay Hall on December 7, 2021

Diane, I'm so sorry to hear about your mother's homegoing. Thank the Lord that we have hope that He has promised of seeing each other again one day. Praying for you and your family. Lisa Foster

Posted by Lisa Hall Foster on December 7, 2021

I did not have the privilege of knowing Carol well, but it struck me how kind she was when my husband and I knocked on their door during his campaign for school board in Campbell County. They invited us in for something cold to drink and a talk. She and Joseph were so warm and welcoming. We also attended Heritage Baptist Church and the next Sunday she came up to me and gave me these pot holders. I display them in my kitchen because they're too pretty to use. Sweet wonderful lady, she will be missed.

Posted by Denise Kinchen on December 6, 2021

I did not have the privilege of knowing Carol well, but it struck me how kind she was when my husband and I knocked on their door during his campaign for school board in Campbell County. They invited us in for something cold to drink and a talk. She and Joseph were so warm and welcoming. We also attended Heritage Baptist Church and the next Sunday she came up to me and gave me these pot holders. I display them in my kitchen because they're too pretty to use. Sweet wonderful lady, she will be missed.

Posted by Denise Kinchen on December 6, 2021

Pot holders Carol had given to me in 2017 during my husband's campaign for school board.

Posted by Denise Kinchen on December 6, 2021

Pot holders Carol had given to me in 2017 during my husband's campaign for school board.

Posted by Denise Kinchen on December 6, 2021

It was my privilege to know her. She was a very kind and thoughtful lady that loved to study and grow in her faith. She generously gave her crochet pot holders as gifts. She motivated me to start making them and I have made more than I can count. Prayers for her previous family

Posted by Nancy Young on December 6, 2021

It was my privilege to know her. She was a very kind and thoughtful lady that loved to study and grow in her faith. She generously gave her crochet pot holders as gifts. She motivated me to start making them and I have made more than I can count. Prayers for her previous family

Posted by Nancy Young on December 6, 2021

It was my privilege to know her. She was a very kind and thoughtful lady that loved to study and grow in her faith. She generously gave her crochet pot holders as gifts. She motivated me to start making them and I have made more than I can count. Prayers for her previous family

Posted by Nancy Young on December 6, 2021

It was my privilege to know her. She was a very kind and thoughtful lady that loved to study and grow in her faith. She generously gave her crochet pot holders as gifts. She motivated me to start making them and I have made more than I can count. Prayers for her previous family

Posted by Nancy Young on December 6, 2021

It was my privilege to know her. She was a very kind and thoughtful lady that loved to study and grow in her faith. She generously gave her crochet pot holders as gifts. She motivated me to start making them and I have made more than I can count. Prayers for her previous family

Posted by Nancy Young on December 6, 2021

So sorry to hear about your mom. Our prayers are with you and your family

Posted by Bill and Dale Torrence on December 6, 2021

Words are beyond me. Just know that Carol brightened our lives and tears of pain for losing her and happiness for her being with our Lord combines and roll down my face. Love to my brother Joe and her children and grands (she loved you all so much). Peace be with you all.

Posted by Barbara J. (Joseph) Zimmerman on December 6, 2021

The angles are rejoicing as another Saint comes home. Will be praying for your family. We have a lot of wonderful memories of Carol. She was a great listener and wonderful friend. She will be greatly missed

Posted by Janet Brewer on December 5, 2021

So many hearts are heavy in the loss of this beautiful friend from our lives but Heaven is rejoicing and welcoming this beautiful lady who is now with Jesus and free from pain. We can just imagine how happy she is to be reunited with son Joel and other loved ones. We shall miss her sweet smile. Loving thoughts and prayers are lifted up for Joe, Nathan, Barry, Diane and all her devoted family.

Posted by Jack and Merle Slusher on December 5, 2021

A faithful servant of God and a wonderful friend to me.

Posted by Joyce Lemon on December 5, 2021

A faithful servant of God and a wonderful friend to me.

Posted by Joyce Lemon on December 5, 2021

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