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Virginia M. Smith

Virginia M. Smith

  • October 24, 1921 - February 11, 2014
  • Alexandria, Virginia

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Virginia was one of the original members of the Alexandria Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary, she has contributed so much to our organization and she will be missed.
A life well lived.

Posted by: Joan Haley - Alexandria, VA - Salvation Army Women Auxiliary   Feb 18, 2014

The end of an era comes too soon; she walks with us in a different way now.

I don't remember meeting Virginia, meaning I don't remember a time at Good Shepherd Lutheran without Virginia. I was one of her many adopted children - her table at the church's mother-daughter banquet was always brimming with women who were Alexandria transplants.

She held court in a friendly way in so many places and so many tables - her pew and events at church, at

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Posted by: Corinne Berkseth Baker - Alexandria, VA - Adopted daughter   Feb 17, 2014

Virginia's friendship has been a source of love, caring, joy and pride for more than 35 years. As much as we will miss her, I know she and Ken are once again together. May she rest in peace.

Posted by: Elaine Haase - Alexandria, VA - Friend   Feb 17, 2014

To the Family;
Nurse Smith was the most compassionate nurse I have ever crossed paths with.Her humble spirit touched every student, as well as staff member that had the need to visit her office. She has definitely earned her wings, and I only hope that we will one day meet again. May you RIP to the best nurse that ever walked "GODS" green earth.

Posted by: Diann Quander-Walton - Springfield, VA - TCW - Class of 1972   Feb 17, 2014

She touched so many and helped everyone. One of the best. Always a large smile and warm heart

Posted by: Bob & Caryn Luckett    Feb 16, 2014

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