Helen Gallup Scruggs

November 3, 1940 - July 31, 2023

11/03/1940 - 07/31/2023

Helen Gallup Scruggs, 82, of Virginia Beach sadly passed away on July 31, 2023.
She was preceded in death by her son Jason Scruggs. Helen is survived by her son Craig Scruggs.
Helen was a loving and caring mother and well loved by her neighborhood community. She was an avid reader and had a strong passion and knowledge for all things football.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Virginia Beach SPCA.
She will be greatly missed. Rest in peace.
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Kimberly D Knoke
4 months ago

My sincere sympathy
Helen was a dear friend I met when we were co workers. We kept in touch for many years. I was saddened to hear she’d passed. She was a very sweet and caring person and I enjoyed working beside her. ?

Frena' Givens
8 months ago

My sincere condolences. Helen and I were co workers for a few years.
We loved talking about football and exchanging Christmas greeting.
I will cherish the friendship we shared .
Frena’

Tiaera Ruffin
9 months ago

I am deeply saddened to learn the loss of Ms Helen. I have been cutting her hair at Great Clips for a few years. I ran into her by the thrift store on laskin road towards the middle of July and and she told me she was coming to get her haircut soon. I only learned of her passing while looking through the obituaries for another client of mine that passed away. I couldn’t believe I saw her name on that website. She is a sweet woman and I will truly miss her.

Carey Raleigh
9 months ago

Ms. Helen, I will miss talking about the Steelers with you, shoveling your driveway & clearing off your car if we got snow. I’ll miss waving to you & seeing your smile. I miss asking you if you need anything. Your memory will forever be etched into my brain. I can still hear your voice. I will never ever forget you.

Cheryl Hiteshew
9 months ago

Helen “Olivia,” you are sister of my heart and friend for a lifetime .I treasure all our family memories, our inside jokes, football , Jeopardy, and love of old movies.You have been a part of my life forever and I miss you more than words can express.
Love, Cheryl “Laverne”

Ann K Waldmann
9 months ago

Aunt Helen, you will be missed by many, especially your family. I will carry with me all the fun memories we had with you and Mom and us kids. Shopping trips, vacations, hanging out together. Till we meet again, I carry you in my heart. Love you. AnnKris