LaVerna Mae Dibble, 72, of Woodstock Georgia passed away on November 8, 2016, at her home, surrounded by her loved ones. LaVerna was born in Wellsville, New York, to Leo and Susan Chambers on December 7, 1943. She married Gary Dibble in 1979 and spent close to 37 amazing years with him before her passing. LaVerna spent her early days lovingly raising her children and when they were grown, began work as a special needs teacher’s aide at the Wellsville High School. Later in life she enjoyed working at Hallmark and Cracker Barrel of Conyers, where she made many close friends. LaVerna was involved in the Red Hat Society of Covington and was a member of Heritage Hills Baptist Church of Conyers. She had a passion for family above all but had a love for the beach, bird watching, collecting Hallmark Christmas ornaments, quilting, and making her famous molasses cookies for the holidays. She will be remembered as a loving, energetic, creative, strong, spunky and beautiful woman.
She is preceded in death by her parents Susan Cavanaugh and Leo Chambers; her sister Retta Matteson and her grandson Justin Dibble. She is survived by her Husband Gary Dibble; Sons Vaughn (Christie) Cady, Jeffrey (Jennifer) Cady and Jeffrey (Connie) Dibble; daughters Heather Pape and Kelly Cady; brother Lewis Chambers; sisters Lois Duffy and Reva Swartout; and grandchildren Dalton Cady, Molly Cady, Dylan Pape and Adrian Pape.
Life celebration services will be held Sunday, November 20, 2016, at 3 p.m. with an hour of family visitation at 2 p.m. Pastor Doug Ferguson of Heritage Hills Baptist Church will be officiating. Arrangements are being taken care of by Woodstock Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the following link, https://www.gofundme.com/lavernamaedibble for a memorial garden that will be created to include a Koi pond, flowers, bird feeders, seating and bronze statues.