Gregory Scott Bagley

Gregory Scott Bagley, age 56, of Blackshear, passed away Friday evening, January 3, 2020, at his residence, following an extended illness.

Born October 3, 1963 in Jacksonville, FL, he was a son of the late Larry Bagley and Beatrice Guy Davis. He grew up in Waycross and Hoboken and was a 1981 graduate of Brantley County High School. He had lived in Pierce County for the past 28 years. He worked in the maintenance department at Holiday Inn for a few years but started B&B Contractors almost 30 years ago.

He was a member of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church and the Sons of the American Legion. He had been a past member of the BPOE (Elks Lodge) in Waycross. He also enjoyed fellowshipping as a part of the McDonald’s Coffee Club and attending the “Oak Plaza Choir Practice” in the evenings. 

He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, working on his classic car, spending time with his friends and family and working. He enjoyed being able to build and was considered a perfectionist at his trade.

In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, the Rev. Marvin and Bernice Guy.

Survivors include his daughter, Shona Breanna Deal (husband Tyler), Blackshear; son, Taylor James Bagley (wife Kalley), Bristol; two granddaughters, Gracie and Aurora Deal, both of Blackshear; mother and step-father, Bea and Glenn Davis, Waycross; brother and sisters, Kathy Thrift, Hickox, Darlene Ruiz (Leo), Cedar Rapids, IA, David Bagley, Pensacola, FL, and Lisa Kersey (Rocky), Atkinson; nieces and nephews, Tammy Hicks (Josh), Tampa, FL, Mel Eason, Bristol, Keeli Trout (Matt), Tibbi Ruiz and Mario Ruiz, all of Cedar Rapids, IA, Skylar Kersey, Atkinson and Megan Yarborough (Bradley), Blackshear; aunts and uncles, Mary Ann Anderson (Wayne), Waycross, Billy Guy (Brenda), Adairsville, the Rev. James Guy (Sandra), Dallas, GA, Rev. Johnny Guy (Brenda), Homerville and Travis Guy and Tony Guy, both of Waycross; three special friends, Howard Poole of Vermont, Jim Echols, Patterson, and Jeff Strickland, Blackshear; his special “four-legged wife”, Buttercup and several other relatives.

Visitation will take place from 1-3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6, at the funeral home.

A homegoing service will be held at 3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6, from the chapel of Hart Funeral Home. 

Interment will follow in the Mars Hill Cemetery in Brantley County

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Hart Funeral Home of Blackshear is in charge of arrangements.

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