Margaret Edwards ‘Maggie’ Love

Published 12:03 pm Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Margaret Edwards “Maggie” Love, 92, of Fearrington Village, N.C. died Jan. 17, 2018. She was married to the late Henry Clarence Love of Kenbridge, Va. in 1953. Maggie is survived by her two sons; G. Bruce Love (Janie Baugh Singletary) of Richmond, Va. and Michael E. Love and wife Susan; their sons Chris and Carter all of Charlotte, N.C.; her sister, Anne Edwards Yeager and her husband Dr. Gresham Yeager of Cary, N.C.; faithful friends, Dorothy Bell, Richard Maddox, and Ronnie Bayne. Maggie was born in Welch, W.Va. to George Lee and Flora W. Edwards on August 10, 1925. She graduated from Beaver High School in Bluefield and attended Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. Maggie graduated from Duke University School of Medicine in Medical Technology and became a registered Medical Technologist with the American Society of Pathologists. She lived a life dedicated to showing support, love, and grace for her family. An accomplished artist, Maggie’s paintings are in many private collections as well as corporate offices throughout the Southeast. Her one person shows have included venues in Tampa, Florida, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Clearwater, Florida, Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, Dunedin, Florida, and Kenbridge, Virginia. In addition, her work was included in North Carolina shows in Fearrington Village, Pittsboro, North Carolina as well as the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Virginia.

The family wishes to acknowledge the healthcare team in the assisted living unit of the Arbor at Galloway Ridge. They provided Maggie with many years of loving care and became a part of her extended family.

A celebration of Maggie’s home going was held on Sunday Jan. 21, 2018 at 3 p.m. in the Kenbridge United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Private graveside services were held in the Kenbridge Heights Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please consider memorial donations to the Kenbridge United Methodist Church Building Fund, PO Box 926, Kenbridge, Va. 23944. Online condolences may be made at