- May 10, 1926 - November 22, 2016
- Brooksville, Florida
of Virginia May's Passing
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“My deepest condolences Patrick. From what Les has said, I know that you were a devoted son to your mother.
1 of 5 | Posted by: John Gaddis - Wyldwood, TX
“Dear Mary & Pat, It is with great sorrow and sadness I felt today upon hearing of your wonderful mothers passing. Aunt Ginny always lived and lead...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Richard Rolph - Philadelphia, PA
“Our deepest Sympathy upon the loss of your Mom!! She was a special person
3 of 5 | Posted by: Karoline Kormann - Kunkletown, PA
“There are no words that can express the love I have for you Grandmom.You have always been my true north,my rock and home.How do you say goodbye to...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Patti Myer - Easton, PA
“My sincere Condolences to Patrick McNair and Family on the passing of such a cheerful person as Virginia. She was always in good spirits and happy...Read More »
5 of 5 | Posted by: Les Moyer - Cedar Creek, TX
Virginia May McNair, 90, of "High Point", Brooksville, FL, passed November 22, 2016 at Brooksville Care Center where the staff was so loving. She was born in Easton, PA on May 10, 1926. She went with the Angels to join her husband, John, 2 sons, Thomas and James, and grandson, Michael. She leaves behind to mourn her son, Patrick J. of Spring Hill, FL and daughter, Mary Ann McNair Kinchen of Easton, PA, grandchildren, James and Sherry McNair, Patti and George Myer IV, Katie and Josh Fry; great grandchildren, Amber and Morgan Williams, James McNair III, James, Saira and Zachary; great great granddaughter Gianni Mae was born on her 90th birthday, nieces, nephews and many friends. In Life "Ginny" loved her family and her Democratic Party where she was committee women for over 45 years. She was so honored when the Easton Area Democratic Committee presented her with the Senator Jeanette Reibman award for Inspiring Future Women Leaders in September 7, 2012. She always said "Everything changes nothing stays the same." In lieu of flowers, the family asks to please make a donation to your favorite charity. Memorial will be held at a later date in PA.