In Memory

Virginia Miller - Class Of 1964

Virginia Miller



Virginia Mary Miller
January 24, 1947 - February 7, 2018
Virginia Miller of Modesto was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer on Jan 4, 2018 and lost her very short battle on Feb 7, 2018 at the age of 71. She will be deeply missed but her legacy of love, sense of humor, feistiness, and wit will live on in those she touched.
Virginia, the youngest of Daniel and Urbana Miller's 12 children, was born in Oakland, Ca. where she grew up, later moving to San Leandro where she graduated from Pacific High School. In 1983 she moved to Modesto and eventually retired as a bookkeeper.
Virginia was survived by her only child, Kimberly Martinez, 3 grandchildren, Marlena Martinez, Jaime Martinez Jr. and fiance' Valencia, and Charles (Charlie) Martinez, and 5 great-grandchildren, Krystal, James, Alyssa, Sophia, and Gabriel Josiah. She was also survived by 4 of her 12 siblings, Helen, Alicia, Bibiana, and Dolores and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents Daniel and Urbana and 7 siblings, Pablo, Ernestine, Joseph, Ygnacio (Manuel), Alicia, Antonia, and Ofelia (Pat).
Her great-grandchildren were what she loved most about her life. She loved talking about and spoiling them. She loved cooking for and spending time with her family. Whether it be her immediate or extended family or friends she loved being around them.
Visitation will be held at Salas Brothers Funeral Chapel on Thurs., Feb 15, from 4:00-8:00 p.m. and services Fri., Feb. 16, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. with committal immediately following at Lakewood Memorial Park.

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02/19/18 01:20 PM #1    

Susan Nieto (Nieto) (1976)


02/27/18 05:02 PM #2    

Barbara Rivera (Lewis) (1964)

I am truly going to miss my friend, Virgie.  She never really lost her sense of humor, even through her last days.  Me and Alicia Trujillo Ferrari, were able to go see her in the hospital and there she was, again being her funny, yet a bit bossy self, LOL!  You would have never known that she was on her last days with us.  She never let on about the pain, or any other emotion of feeling sorry for her self.  It did our heart good to see her that way, funny and entertaining us.  We left feeling good. Little did we know that a few days weeks later we would loose her.  We will miss her big heart, her friendship and most of all her laughter.  Rest in peace my friend.

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