Virginia H. Christensen
Virginia H. Christensen 1915 - 2007 Virginia is preceded in death by beloved husband, Edward. Survived by son, R. J . Christensen; daughter, Jackine and husband, Ernest Hott; daughter, Tina and husband Dwight Shaffer; sister, Phyllis and husband, Harold Smith. Also, by seven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and her cats, Charlie and Bear, whom she loved dearly. After retirement, she sewed for the Shriners Children's Hospital and the shelter, Lydia House, often making thirty garments a month. She made quilts for family members and neighborhood children. She was loved and admired by all who knew her and will be gr eatly missed. Our family sends a gratefull thank you to Susana Nazario for her excellent care and loving heart. There will be no services per her request. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity.
Published by Press-Telegram from Mar. 13 to Mar. 14, 2007.
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Our Grandma Ginny,
Oh how we will miss you. I can never thank you and papa enough for all the beautiful memories my children and I share because of you both. Like the many beautiful flowers you tended, you brought a beauty to this world that will never be forgotten. I am the women I am today because of you. May your legacy live on in all we do.
With all my love from a thankful heart, T.A.
Tisha Ann Shaffer-Snyder
March 22, 2007
Grandma C – You made me so welcome when I joined this wonderful family. Your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren carry a most powerful legacy in their spirit as you have handed this down. Thank you for that and providing us in-laws the expanded family we love so much. You will be missed.
John Edmonson
March 15, 2007
Virginia and Ed have been long time great friends since 1953. Both will be missed as they were such pleasing people to be around. Virginia will always be remember for her dedicated years of sewing for the children of Shrine Hospital of Los Angeles. Thank you, Virginia. I will always remember you on our special same day birthday as long as I live. It was fun visiting with you and you will truly be missed by all.
Les & Pat Johnson
March 15, 2007
lincoln and i will miss coming up and giving you your your having fun with grandpa!!!
Holly Hott
March 14, 2007
Grandma - I know you are in a better place but I will miss you everyday of my life - give Grandpa a kiss for me. Love, Jill Ann
Jill Hott
March 14, 2007
March 14, 2007
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