Virginia-Maxey-Obituary

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Virginia K. Maxey

Salem, Virginia

Mar 1, 1915 - Jun 28, 2013

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Just found out today. So sad to hear of her passing.Such a little woman and such a big heart. Always had a way to put a smile on your face even at the worst of times.Love you Ginny and will miss you greatly. I just wish I could have had the chance to give you one last hug. You were truly a one of a kind.Thank you for all the years and the memories.Many condolences and much love to the family during this time.

For years, I heard about "Granny" and also had the pleasure of meeting her on a few occasions. I will always think very fondly of her and her family. My sincere condolences.

Judy, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing.. I will always think fondly of you and your family.

What a wonderful little lady "Granny" was. There'll never be another like her. She held up in the face of many trials and tribulations, and she was one of the strongest people I have ever known. PEACE BE WITH YOU, GRANNY~~you were well loved while you were on this Earth, and I will never forget you.

My sincere sympathy in the loss of your precious great grandmother.
I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers
Karo

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Virginia K. MaxeyVirginia Katherine Rock Maxey, 98, of Salem, passed into the arms of her Lord, Jesus Christ, on Friday, June 28, 2013.She was born in Lignite, VA, a daughter of the late Benton and Effie Persinger Rock, and was a long time and active member of the Salem Church of Christ. In...

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