The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.
It is with sad hearts that we announce that Fran Edwards, our GFWC Virginia President, passed away suddenly on January 4, 2018.

Fran was a 1969 graduate of Southampton High School and following her graduation from James Madison University, she returned to Southampton County where she taught math for 40 years.  Along with being a member of Boykins United Methodist Women, Fran started her active volunteer life as a 15-year member of the Boykins Junior Woman’s Club, followed by being a member of the GFWC Tarrara Woman’s Club for over 25 years, holding several club officer and chairmanship positions, including being the current GFWC Southside District Parliamentarian and GFWC Virginia State President.  She was also a member of Virginia HOBY and charter member of Boykins Ladies Auxiliary.

GFWC Virginia Legislative Day

February 20, 2018

Virginia Capitol, Pocahontas Building & Executive Mansion

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