Yvonne Bagwell

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Yvonne White Bagwell
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Personal Details
Birth: December 10, 1940
Temperanceville, Virginia
Death: July 21, 2023(2023-07-21) (aged 82)
Eastville, VA
Residence: Eastville, VA
Party: Libertarian Party
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Yvonne White Bagwell (December 10, 1940 - July 21, 2023) was a libertarian woman known for her passionate support of libertarian candidates running for office. She was actively involved in politics and made significant contributions to the Libertarian Party.

Early Life and Education

White Bagwell was born on December 10, 1940, in Temperanceville, Virginia. She was a member of the lost class of '59 at Granby High School in Norfolk, Virginia. After high school, she pursued medical technology and eventually moved to the Eastern Shore, where she began working at NAM hospital in Nassawadox.

Entrepreneurial Ventures

After settling on the Eastern Shore, Bagwell engaged in several entrepreneurial activities. She was a certified financial planner, representing Amway and building an apartment building and other investment properties. In 1987, she ventured into the clam aquaculture business, which she remained dedicated to until her passing.

Political Advocacy

Bagwell was an ardent political advocate with a strong passion for libertarian principles. She ran for the Northampton Board of Supervisors on two occasions, aiming to advance libertarian ideals in local governance. Additionally, she provided extensive support and assistance to numerous libertarian candidates throughout her life.

Personal Life and Legacy

Bagwell was known for her outspoken and straight-talking nature, as well as her big-hearted and fierce support for her loved ones. She was deeply committed to her family, survived by her daughters, Susan Bagwell Miller (Keith Miller) of Cheriton, and Pattie W. Bagwell (Phil Card) of Richmond. She also leaves behind her grandchildren, Curtis E. Heath and Lauren K. Heath, both of Eastville. Bagwell is survived by three siblings, Judith Witt of Virginia Beach, Jacqueline Diener of Tarpon Springs, FL, and Leroy B. White Jr. of Norfolk, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

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