Mrs. Bunny Lou Sours Dameron, age 54, of 114 Whittle St., Chatham, Virginia, died Tuesday, November 3, 2009, at Danville Regional Medical Center in Danville, Virginia.
She was born on April 15, 1955, in Danville, and was the daughter of Jesse Davis “Bo” Sours, Jr., and Mary Lou Fuller Sours of Chatham.
In addition to her parents, she is survived by her husband, Joseph Dameron and one sister, Donna Bennett and her husband, David of Chatham.
She was a member of Chatham Presbyterian Church, the Danville Area Choral Arts Society, the Morgan-Johnson #44 Order of the Eastern Star, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and the Cedars Ladies Golf Association.
Bunny taught school for 32 years with Campbell County. She started teaching second grade and finished her career by teaching the gifted and talented program at Gladys Elementary School, Altavista Elementary School, and Altavista Junior High School.
She was awarded Teacher of the Year by the Altavista Chamber of Commerce for outstanding dedication to her students.
Funeral services were conducted at Chatham Presbyterian Church on Friday, November 6, at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. Mikel D. Pugh and Rev. William Plonk officiating. Burial followed at Chatham Burial Park.
Due to Bunny's love of children the family suggests memorial contributions be made to The Grundy Mountain Mission at 1 Hurly St. Grundy, VA 24614 or Chatham Presbyterian Church.
Scott Funeral Home in Chatham respectfully served the Dameron family.
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