My memories of my times with Virginia are special. One year, her power was out, so she stayed with me a few days, as I still had power. Not only did she have dinner ready every day when I came home from work, she also made a lap robe for me, which I still have.
Virginia also had a very quick, dry sense of humor, which I appreciated. I always enjoyed visiting with her, and playing games with her, Peggy, Angie, Mason and Nolan. I know she was ready to leave us, but she will be missed.
What a GREAT woman . I was very happy that I got Randy and Virginia in the ` divorce ` I spent a lot of good lunches with them and was with Virginia when Randy passed away . Virginia and I had a lot of lunches usually on a ` coupon ` , She watched my house and watered my plants when I was on vacation and also taught me a bit about gardening and outside flowers .
I did enjoy going up to visit her when she moved to Wesley Homes and because of her I met a great family in Angela,Grant, Mason and Nolan .
I will miss her but realize she is no longer in pain.
Myrtle Virginia Randolph was born January 20, 1919 and died peacefully on May 17, 2015. She was raised in Ewan, Washington. She loved basketball and graduated at the top of her class; however, she regularly received below average marks for “Deportment”, something she embraced with both hands. She was the first of five children of Hollis Dickerson and Lady Faye Smith. She is survived by her son, Keith Clarno, married to Sharon Clarno of Federal Way, WA. She had one granddaughter, Angela Clarno married to Grant Hainsworth of Kent, WA who brought her great joy with two great grandsons, Mason (10) and Nolan (8). She was hard working, fierce, and always willing to help those she loved.