Virginia Farris Lawrence

Eureka, California

Apr 22, 1940 – Nov 6, 2017 (Age 77)


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VIRGINIA FARRIS LAWRENCE Virginia Farris Lawrence was born in Lynn, Alabama to Bruce and Essie (Plunkett) Farris on April 22, 1940 and left this life for a heavenly Victorian high tea on November 6th, 2017. Virginia graduated from high school in Redding California and attended Freed Hardeman...

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I was in Nursing school with Virginia, she was studious and kind. I was a young woman and looked up to her for years. May she rest well.

Bill, so sorry for your loss of Virginia, although being close to you two years ago, it does not demenish the great memories I have for you and your family, and the time we had together in Taft, California. God bless you and your family at this very sad time. In him, Madeline

Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I pray in the midst of your sorrow you find comfort in all the joyful memories shared and will always cherish these beautiful memories . Romans 15:13 -


From all of us that work with Virginia's Son Lane in Northern VA, we offer deepest condolences to the entire Lawrence family in the sudden passing of Virginia. Our prayers for comforting are with you all.

Bill and family I love all of you and as much as I will miss Virginia I realize it will be as nothing compared to your loss.I am here if you need anything at all. All my love. Bill Carroll

Bill and family, I'm so sorry for your loss, Linda and I want to send our deepest condolences. Art and Linda Pope

Very sad to read of your loss. My Mom and Virginia were the closest of friends. She loved Virginia, and I did, too. Such a wonderful lady. Sending our condolences and much love, Reta & Gary

I was fortunate to work alongside Virginia at St. Joseph Hospital for many years where she, daily, exhibited the Sisters' values of service, dignity, justice and excellence in her gentle, quiet way. I'll also never forget how she had asked my husband and I to deliver a special package to her son at the Pentagon one Spring. It was carefully wrapped, sent through 3 security stations at the Pentagon and finally delivered to him. It was a box of homemade cookies, so lovingly prepared by his...