FLOURNOY, Agnes Hudgins, passed away on November 7, 2012 in Key Biscayne, Florida two weeks short of her 105th birthday. She was born Mary Agnes Cheatham in Richmond on November 22, 1907. Her grandfather, Capt. James A. "Dinks" Lipscomb, was chief of police in Old Manchester (Southside) from 1889 to 1910 until it was incorporated into the city of Richmond. Agnes inherited her kindness and generosity from her grandmother, who was well known for feeding the homeless. Agnes retired from the City of Richmond Treasurers Office at age 70. The true love of her life was volunteering at St. Mary's Hospital since 1972, putting in more than 26, 000 hours of service. Until age 100, she could be found happily working the information desk every Sunday. The staff called her the "Queen" because of her sense of fashion and regal style. She loved people and people loved her. From the St. Mary's cafeteria staff to the doctors, nurses and operating staff, everyone knew Agnes. She will truly be missed by her loving family and all who had the pleasure of knowing her.Agnes is survived by two loving daughters, Sheila Hudgins Oliva of Richmond and Carlin Hudgins Hanzas (Thomas) of Key Biscayne, Fla.; two stepsons, Selwyn "Buck" Flournoy (Gail) of Richmond and William Flournoy (Caroline) of Diamond Bar, Calif.; five grandchildren, Doreen Oliva, Christopher Oliva (Valerie) and Stephanie Michele Crosson (Rich) all of New Jersey, Lisa Mize (Todd) of Acworth, Ga.