|Birth: ||Nov. 27, 1952|
San Mateo County
|Death: ||Mar. 8, 2010|
Virginia Anne Miller passed away March 8, 2010, after a long battle with cancer. She was in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ and her immediate family at her passing.
She was caring, compassionate, very generous and a wonderful friend to all she knew. She will be greatly missed by her friends, family and the many lives she touched and inspired.
She was born in Redwood City, Calif., and later moved to San Jose, Calif., where she graduated from Andrew Hill High School. Upon graduating from high school, Virginia married Mark Munoz and had six children. She later divorced, and received a degree from Evergreen Valley College, where she studied psychology and special education. She was employed at Social Vocational Services, where she just loved to work with adults with developmental disabilities.
She remarried in 1988 to Mark Miller, and was widowed in 2004.
She drove for the bus system and had route 22 while driving in San Jose, then moved to Corvallis in 1989 where she continued a job she loved, driving the transit, and also working at Safeway & Kmart. She later moved back to San Jose & drove Transit again until she became ill and returned to Oregon to be with family until her passing.
Virginia was preceded in death by her longtime friend and companion, Stanley Kramer, and her father, Paul Duncan.
She is survived by her mother, Prisiliana Duncan; her six children, Gloria Munoz, Cathy Burch, Deborah Cook, John Munoz, Barbara Hewitt and Vicky Munoz; her one and only dear son-in-law, Kevin Burch; her 14 grandchildren; her sister, Mary Berry; and brothers Tom Duncan, Melvin Duncan and Glenn Duncan. Virginia had an extended family of in-laws, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Virginia was a devoted Christian and lifelong member of the San Jose First Foursquare Church, in which she and her family were actively involved. She truly had a high calling upon her life, and a passion for doing the Lord's work.
She loved spending time in God's Word. One of her favorite scriptures was in Psalm 23: "Surely goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever." She also enjoyed gardening, cooking, sewing, board games, nature, traveling, camping, fishing, visits to the beach and spending time with her loved ones.
The family would like to extend appreciation to Benton Hospice Service's caring staff for the exceptional care that Virginia received. We would also like to thank the many people from Albany Vineyard Christian Fellowship and others who came daily to comfort, pray and minister God's love in her last and most difficult days.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 27, at the Prince of Peace Fellowship, 7234 N.E. Arnold Ave., Adair Village.
Paul Laurence Duncan (1921 - 2004)
Mountain View Cemetery
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Record added: Dec 10, 2012
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