Virginia M. Craig

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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I remember Ginny from our Gettysburg College days as a warm, caring, intelligent woman. Condolences to her family.

Standing on the bow of our chartered boat in the British Virgin Islands in 2007.

Ginny and I roomed together at Gettysburg College - lots of silly and serious stories there. We gradually lost track of each other over the years until she contacted me almost 4 years ago. This contact led to a shared adventure with lots more silliness and a renewal of our strong friendship. Ginny was one of the most thoughtful, caring women I have ever known and I am thankful for having had the opportunity to know her in her maturity. I will always cherish her memory. Ginny, I miss you; I...

Ginny brought sunshine where ever she went and smiles always followed her path. I miss her.

I hope you, her family, will find comfort in the memories woven from her love and laughter and in recognizing how much she enriched the lives of others -- even ordinary folks like me.
Sharron Smith, Fellow Master Gardener

To Richard, Jennifer, and family:
I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Love your sister,

With each AAUW contact, Ginny brought energy, intellectual curiousity, great self-deprecating humor,stories,& flair. It was a delight to be around her unflagging optimism.

AAUW is now so much less without Ginny.
I will miss her greatly and extend my deepest sympathy to her family and other friends.

"No man is an island; entire of itself". John Donne

Ginny, with her wide circle of friends is proof of the truth of that quote. Those of us privileged to know her will always feel the void her passing leaves in our lives.

Sharon Hutson
Comanche, Texas

So sorry to hear she has passed; but now she is at peace...

When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me." ~Erma Bombeck

Blessings and fond memories~
a fellow MG...

Ginny and I did a lot together over the years. She was always good with commentary and perspective on life; always open-minded and with a global viewpoint. A "snappy dresser", intelligent, big-hearted, serving mankind and her Lord. She was a peaceful woman who loved nature, good food, and good friends. Ginny was a Master Gardener who was involved in "the whole she-bang". She was a leader in her organization; always ready for a field trip, an educational talk, a look...

Ginny was a valued member of Roanoke Valley AAUW and a delightful friend. She will be greatly missed.


Virginia's Obituary

Virginia Craig passed away in Roanoke Valley, Virginia. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on May 26, 2010.