• Miller Memorial Chapel
    Woodlake, CA
In partnership with the Dignity Memorial® network
Virginia Lee Brown 1923 - 2014
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Just remember, She was ready and let you know it too. It don't make it any easier though. These past couple of weeks have brought back such wonderful memories... I love you Grandma
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
My Aunt Virginia was so special to me and always will be. Not only do we share our middle name but she was as beautiful inside as she was on the outside. She will always remain a cherished possession in my heart.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Aunt Virginia was such a sweet lady and always welcomed me into her home with open arms! From the first day I met her she treated me just like I had always been a member of the family! I remember happy times in her home in Clovis, Three Rivers and at the Ranch. No matter where it was she always greeted me with her beautiful smile and warm hug! Cliff and I have many happy memories of our first home living in the Brown homestead on North Fork. Our family have wonderful memories of Holiday's together with fun stories and the most delicious food shared. I am so grateful for our Lord's blessed assurance that she is home and whole again! Our families prayers go out to all her Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. Love, Sue and Cliff St.Martin
Thursday, April 10, 2014
My Aunt Virginia was like a second mother, but since she did not wield the power of BEING my mother she seemed more like an older friend. She, with the help of Uncle Bill, made a most memorable outdoor pancake breakfast in the backyard of their home in Clovis one summer. I never did ask if it was a regular occurrence or if it was just because I was visiting, but at the time I thought it was all for me! I will always remember Aunt Virginia's laughter, keen sense of humor and those twinkling eyes that made you wonder what spunky thing she'd have to say next. She was all lady, but I have a feeling she was a bit of a tomboy back in the days of growing up on the family farm. I'm thankful she was my aunt, another heart in this world that loved me almost as much as my own mother's, and someone I could look up to. She is loved dearly by my husband and daughters and we will carry wonderful memories of her until we meet again in our fully restored state. Right now, my heart is with all the family who are missing her and I wish we could all be together.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
A dear, sweet lady!
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