Former Kremmling resident Patsy Virgin dies
Patsy Virgin, 74, of Wright City, Okla.,passed away Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, in Idabel, Okla.
She was born Sept. 14, 1937, in Golden, Okla. She and William Perry Virgin were united in matrimony on June 3, 1958, in Hugo, Okla. After marriage, Patsy moved to Kremmling and returned to this community for 19 years. Patsy loved being around children so much that she had a foster home in Colorado. Many children referred to her as “Granny.” She adored her family and the time she shared with them, especially her children and grandchildren. Patsy was of the Baptist faith.
She was preceded in death by her husband, William Perry Virgin; five siblings, Bo Van Bibber, Sue Thompson, Lando Van Bibber, Bill Van Bibber and Dora Van Bibber; one daughter, Rhonda Jean Beason; one grandson, Garrett David Beason.
Patsy leaves to cherish her memory her three children, Gary Beason and his wife, Rebecca, of Kremmling, Paula Brady and her husband, Larry, of Wright City, William Perry Virgin Jr. and his wife, Myrna, of Aurora; 11 grandchildren, Alysia Springs, Alaina Goble, Brandon Beason, Tiffany Morgan, Erin Beason, Tara Janzen, Brandi Hill, Jo Jo Brady, John Perry Virgin, Abigail Ann Virgin and Jeff William Virgin; five great-grandchildren, Dusty Beason, Tasha Springs, Jaxon Hill, Jaylon Hill and Jyllian Hill; two siblings, Imogene Spears of Wright City, Charlene Gran and her husband, Lyle, of Wright City; sister-in law, Orvilla Van Bibber; numerous nieces, nephews, and two special caregivers she referred to as her “Angels on Earth,” Charles Cubit and Josh Roberts.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, at the First Baptist Church in Wright City with Brother David Rowe officiating. Interment will follow in Glover Cemetery.
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