Virginia Lee Steinmetz

Vancouver, Washington

1950 - 2020


Vancouver, Washington


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VIRGINIA LEE MORIN STEINMETZ March 8, 1950 ˜ June 23, 2020 Virginia Steinmetz, a Vancouver, Washington resident of 20 years, died of a pulmonary embolus on June 23, 2020 at Regional Medical Center in Kingman, Arizona. Born March 8, 1950 in Los Angeles, California, the oldest of three...

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Mom, I miss you already. I cant find words to describe how valuable you were to me. I miss your smile, laughter, your advice (ok - so I didn't always take it, ha), your sarcastic jokes, and your love for all animals especially horses. I can envision you happily riding around on Mariner with Grandma Morin and Aunt Linda and smiling down on all of us. We are so incredibly lucky to now have a new guardian angel.

I hope heaven is beautiful; that its everything you imagined it would...

Yesterday I felt okay, I smiled when I thought of you. I remember happy times and the funny things you'd do. But today I feel so very sad and think of you and cry, missing you so very much and asking that question, Why? I don't know what will happen when I face another day, will I sit and cry or will I be okay? So now when I wake in the morning I make sure to say, Although you've walked through Heaven's gate, we are never far apart, for every time I think of you, you'll be right here with-...

Jenny very well may be the toughest woman I have ever met! Yet one of the most compassionate and loyal friends I have had. I will truly miss her, and oh watch out Heaven, you gotta real firecracker on her way up!

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

"Ms. Ginny" was one of the strongest women I've known. Her compassion for animals & the love she has for her family and friends is immeasurable. She will truly be missed