In Memory

Virginia Loving

12/17/1952 - 02/18/2017

Virginia Lanette Loving, 64, of Murphy, passed away Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, at her residence.
    She was a native and lifelong resident of Cherokee County, and the daughter of Willa Mae Loving and the late Lloyd Loving.
    Virginia was a member of Hanging Dog Baptist Church.
    She enjoyed reading, making candles, liked to sew, collect antiques, volunteering at Valley River Humane Society and was a big supporter of the NRA. She loved animals, especially her dog, Bella.
    Virginia was an accountant for Aegis Power Systems.
    In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her brother, Marvin Loving.
    In addition to her mother, she is survived by her daughter, Megan Loving Anderson and husband David of Hayesville; sister, Carolyn Marcus Cooke and husband Garth of Murphy; and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

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02/19/17 02:32 PM #1    

Teresa Cook (Roberts)

My prayers are with the family

02/20/17 10:59 AM #2    

Bruce Coward

Thoughts and prayers are with the Family.

Bruce & Teresa Coward

02/20/17 11:14 AM #3    

Kathy Dalrymple (Smith)

Thoughts, prayers and strength for family and friends as they deal with this loss. Rest In Peace Virginia.

02/20/17 12:26 PM #4    

Brian Coward

So very sorry to hear about Virginia passing away and the Class of '71 losing another  classmate.

Prayers and best wishes to her family.


02/21/17 09:21 AM #5    

Pat Carroll (Swanson)

Virginia will be missed.  Never saw her without a smile. May you rest in peace, prays for the family.


02/21/17 09:32 AM #6    

Tom Alexander

So sad, so very sad to be saying goodbye to a Classmate. Such a kind and sweet person as Virginia was, will be in our hearts and memories for as long as the good Lord allows us to draw a breath.  She was way too young for the Lord to call her home, but we never know God's purpose and it's not our place to question his reason. I learned about a month ago that she was terminally ill with cancer. I know the agony she must have been going through trying to make sense of it all... "Why me" ?.  I know the ups and downs.  Glad to see friends, and glad they stayed away.  I know she was comforted knowing her family and friends cared about her and we as  Classmates did.  Cancer is a terrible thing, and I face the reality that it might come back and eventually consume me.  My friends, Live life in peace, in comfort, and like today is your last day.  Be wise, but be happy. Love your family and love your friends and most of all  Love your God.

We shall always remember Virginia Loving, for who she was.  We've lost a good friend and Classmate, but the smiles that come after the sorrow of her passing will endure her legacy as we remember our loved ones.  Rest forever in the arms of Jesus, Virginia. 

02/21/17 01:32 PM #7    

Willie Bush

I saw Virginia at Walmart about a month ago it seems, two months tops. She had that wonderful smile and she commented how sorry she was for the loss of my wife in July last year. I wish I had held her there for a little bit longer, but she seemed distracted and I thought it was because of our chance meeting and she needed to get someplace else soon. I think now it was because she was becoming very emotional and was holding back tears. We hugged in parting, as usual, even after so many years. Love you Virginia. Give my wife a hug for me. See you both down the road. heart

02/22/17 11:53 PM #8    

Annette Howell (Dockery)

I talked with Virginia just days after she found out abut her cancer. We had prayer together. Her only concern was to make arrangements that would make it easier on her daughter and mother. That was Virginia.  Always trying to make it better for someone else.  She was such a blessing in so many lives.

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