Virginia “Vicky” Worley Braddy

July 18, 1951 - March 26, 2022

07/18/1951 - 03/26/2022

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Wednesday March 30, 2022
3:00 pm
Letchworth-Sykes Funeral Service
101 West 7th Street
Scotland Neck, NC 27874

Virginia “Vicky” Worley Braddy, age 70, of Enfield, passed away on  Saturday, March 26, 2022 at her residence in Enfield.

She was born on July 18, 1951 to  the late Archie and Linda Worley.  Vicky graduated from Halifax Community College with a Nursing degree in August of 1983.  She was married to Gene on January 19, 1973 and to this marriage was born two sons. She made history with the Jr. Order U.A.M. by being the first and only woman to hold the office of State Councilor and Chairman of the Board of the American Children’s Home in Lexington, NC. Vicky was very involved with the Local Council #530 of Scotland Neck.  After numerous positions in nursing, she retired after eighteen years with Interim Health Care. Vicky’s largest passion in life was spending time with her family.

Other than her mother and father, she was preceded in death by her sister, Faye Dale; and her brother, Curtis Glen Worley.

Vicky is survived by her husband Gene; two sons, Gene Braddy, Jr. and his wife Paige of Wendell, Gary Braddy and his wife Nickie of Washington; her sister, Sue Goins of Nashville; three brothers, Archie Worley, Jr. and his wife Debra of Scotland Neck, Wayne Worley and his wife Brenda of Newport News, VA, and Donnie Worley of Bartow, FL; three grandsons, Nicholas Mayrand-Roach of Morehead City, Sam Braddy of Wendell, and Gavin Asby of Washington; three granddaughters, Caroline Braddy of Wendell, Kaytlyn Asby of Chocowinity, and Maggie Asby of Washington.  Also surviving are numerous cousins, nephews, and nieces.

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. at  Letchworth-Sykes Funeral Service in Scotland Neck, with Rev. Matt Jones officiating.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made directly to the Jr. Order Council #530 c/o Debra Worley, 511 Downing Drive, Scotland Neck, NC  27874 or online by clicking here.

Letchworth-Sykes Funeral Service in Scotland Neck is handling arrangements for the Braddy family. Online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting

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BURT Ezzell
2 years ago


Diane & Joey Langley (Cousins)
2 years ago

We’ll always remember Vicki with a smile on her face, a “little higher tone in her voice,” and willing to talk and giggle. As her history shows, she accomplished a lot and has a very nice family. May she rest in peace and no more physical ailments. Our hearts and prayers are with Gene and the rest of the family, as we know she will be sorely missed.

Douglas Lucas
2 years ago

I loved Vicky and Faye! What a shock to lose two wonderful ladies so soon. We grew up together and Caledonia was not the same with all of us gone. Those were the days of real happiness especially with those smiling faces. God bless two wonderful people.

Douglas Lucas
2 years ago

I loved this pretty little Caledonia sweetheart. This is such a shock to lose two members ( Faye & Vicky) of a wonderful family that I grew up with and loved. God Bless.

Douglas Lucas
2 years ago


Russ Gobble
2 years ago

Dear Friends,

I am saddened to hear of Vicky’s passing. She was a fine person and a champion for the children of the American Children’s Home. She will be missed, but long remembered for her smile and her love of family.

allyson carroll
2 years ago

So sorry to hear Vicky passed away. Sending prayers,

Sheila Aycock
2 years ago

Such a beautiful person. Everybody loved her.Hugs to the family. Prayers for you.God is the lucky one to have her with him.

Becky & Wes Spain
2 years ago

Prayers, love & hugs sent to Vicky’s family. We loved her & will miss her smile, laugh & sweet personality. We know she is in Heaven with Faye & all of the her family & friends gone before her. Praying for comfort for Gene & family.

Kelly Ayscue
2 years ago

I’m so sorry about Vicky’s passing, too soon. I will always remember and appreciate her and her family’s kindness shown to us when my mother passed away. Vicky will be missed by all who knew her.