Goldie Anne Mathews
October 25, 1957 – December 12, 2022
Goldie Anne Mathews, 65, of Amelia Courthouse, VA passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her loving family on Monday, December 12, 2022, after a long battle with esophageal cancer.
Goldie is survived by her daughter, Tiffany; grandson Gianni; brother Charles; and many loving friends and family.
Goldie was preceded in death by her mother, Louella Borders; father John Mathews; brother Johnny; and sister Sandi.
Memorial Services will be announced once arrangements have been made.
So sorry for the lost of your mother.
I am so sorry for the lost of your mom. May she Rest in Peace with the Lord. Love you.
I love you! I loved Goldie. I’m so sorry, sweet friend.
She was a beautiful soul and overall kind person. I know she is at peace now. You will be missed by so many.
This lady right here took me in to live with her after I had got released from a program I was in… She helped me be able to live in this world and work without the use of drugs or alcohol. And helped me get on my feet till I could afford to live on my own. She took a big piece of my heart with her when she left, I will never forget how amazing of a person she was… 🏼🥺😭❤️🙏
RIP Goldie. We know you are dancing in heaven right now and dining at your fathers table.
Lewis and Janet Poe
So very sorry for the loss of your mother. She will be greatly missed.
So sorry for your loss.
We all loved Goldie so much. She impacted many lives. She was a warrior and fought hard for those she loved. Goldie always spoke of her love for you , Tiffany, and Gianni, that handsome grandson of hers. Knowing she is not suffering any longer is such a blessing but it surely doesn’t fill the gaping hole in your hearts. Please know we are praying for your grieving hearts as you navigate through the days to come. God is walking with you and holding you close.
So very sorry for your loss. Goldie was a good Christian lady.
I loved her.. such a sweet woman. So sorry for your loss
Goldie will be sorely missed. We spent hours sharing stories at work. My condolences to her family and legions of friends.
When I was first married, we lived next door to Goldie (then a teenager). We became quite close but after moving, we lost contact. She was a sweet, special soul and I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My prayers go out to her family.
I only had the pleasure of knowing Goldie for a few years but in that short time we became good friends. I will miss her big heart, big smile, and big laughter that filled the air wherever she went, but I will also miss her down-to-earth and refreshingly frank personality. Goldie was not a person of disingenuous formalities; she was direct and forthcoming which I greatly appreciated because often times I needed to hear exactly what she had to say! She loved people enough to be honest with them and had a huge heart for uplifting the downtrodden through various ministries. Above all though, I do know that she is greatly loved by Jesus and I have no doubt that at this very moment He is wiping away every single tear of hers and making all things new! We will miss her dearly and be praying for her family.
RIP Goldie, go rest high on that mountain. Condolences to the family.
Words can’t describe how empty earth feels without you, even though it wasn’t very kind to you all the time. You took some of your precious time in this life to spend it with me and the other girls at The Well, and those sweet afternoons will be forever sealed in my memories. Never will anyone else replace you in my heart. I can’t wait to tell Leo all about you. I wish he had the chance to know you better.
Rest in power to a forever friend and mentor. I miss you to death.
So sad to hear that Goldie and her smile are no longer here with us but I know she is rejoicing in Heaven. I worked with her many years and had the privilege to call her friend. So many memories of times together, laughing, our love of dogs and her support during hard times in my life. Rest easy dear friend, til we meet again.