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Virginia VanHoose

Virginia M. VanHoose, age 81 passed away on August 18, 2018. Beloved wife of the late William for over 50 years. Dear mother of Marcy (Ed) Welter, Chevonna (the late Brian) Nelson, and Sherry (Steven) Adams-Shelton. Virginia also leaves 8 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, as well as; her special dog Max. She was predeceased by her parents, Creed & Marvilla Potter; her husband, William VanHoose; son, Marvin Adams; son-in-law Brian Nelson, her 4 sisters and dog Precious. Virginia was born January 4, 1937 in Raceland Kentucky to Creed & Marvilla (Nee: Patrick). She was one of five girls, raised her entire young life in the beautiful mountains of Kentucky. After meeting and marrying William, they too began to raise their children in the same small town until William was offered a job in the automotive industry. They moved the family to Michigan, where she continued to live until her death on August 18, 2018. Virginia worked for the Wolverine Lake Police Department for over 40 years, and belonged to many organizations, including Order of the Eastern Star and Shriners Hillybilly Clan. She loved to camp, make crafts and play her guitar. Virginia adored her family and took much joy in spending time together, always making her famous potato salad for the family cookouts. She will be greatly missed. Her funeral service will be Friday, August 24, 11am at Temrowski Family Funeral Home, 500 Main St., Fenton. Friends may visit on Thursday, August 23, 5-8pm and Friday 10 am until the time of service. Interment Tyrone Memory Gardens, Fenton.

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Posted: Tue, August 21, 2018

 
Wish we could be there for you but know we are with you in spirit. We love you guys.

~Ed and Maggie Shelton    


 

Deepest Sympathy!! Love to you all!@!

~Anna J Alexander    


 
Virginia was a great neighbor and friend. Loved her crafts she made, her stories, great food and Max her dog. She really loved Max he was very good for her. Sherry you are a great daughter and your family. We just moved to Fenton and I wish I could of visit her before she passed. She is now with God and watching all of us. See you again Virginia. Love Lisa Dunville.

~Lisa Dunville    


 
Sincere sympathy Marcy to you and your family. Know I am here for you always. My son Brian has sweet memories of your mom when he bought flowers from her. He called her grandma and just couldn’t say enough good things about how pleasant and helpful she was. You are a very giving person, an awesome daughter to both your parents. You always made time for them even though you worked long hours. Hugs and prayers my friend.

~Marcie Heintz    


 
Your in our thoughts and prayers so sorry to hear about Virginia (mom). Every time she needed something I was there for her day and night. Virgina until we meet again We love you

~Jan Louis    


 
Heavens gain is earths loss- Virginia's light is very surely missed here! I thank God every day that I was blessed to meet Virginia, and was able to spend some time with her each day!!! Such a loving sweet soul and woman of God. :) I am Praying for God's love and comfort for all of you!

~Brenda Weiss    


 
Dear Family:     I wanted to convey my sincere regret for your recent loss.  In the difficult days ahead I hope you will find comfort in happy memories. Revelation 21:4 says that soon 'death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry nor pain be any more'.  We have the promise of seeing our loved ones again in a world with no more suffering.   You are in my thoughts and prayers.  For more comforting information go to www.jw.org

~AF    


 

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