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Virginia Parrow

June 14, 1962 - October 21, 2011

Gathering:

12-1:00 PM, Thursday, October 27, Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

1:00 PM, Thursday, October 27, Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Burial:

Havana Cemetery, Havana, ND.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home

Virginia Parrow

June 14, 1962 - October 21, 2011

Obituary

Virginia “Ginny” Parrow, 49, passed away at her home on October 21, 2011.

Virginia was born on June 14, 1962 in Britton, SD to Dean and Jean (Leach) Parrow. She grew up in Havana, ND and moved to Fargo with her family as a teenager. She graduated from Shanley High School in 1980. After high school she moved to California was married to William Nixon. Virginia returned to the Fargo area in 1993.

She was employed as a postal clerk in the US Post Office in Fargo. Ginny’s greatest loves were her family and the animals she collected and cared for. She will be greatly missed by her family, neighbors, friends, and Milo and Jack.

She is survived by her mother, Jean Parrow; step-father, Curtis Frietag, Ada, MN; brothers, Sam, Sioux Falls, SD; Bill, Fargo, ND and five nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Dean and brother, James.

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  1. Shirley Partlow says:

    Ginnie was a good friend and a person with a sense of humor that was contagious. You will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to the family you are in my prayers.

  2. Holly says:

    I was so sorry to read of the death of someone so very young. My heart goes out to Virginia’s family and friends. During difficult times I have been touched by the beautiful words found in the book of Psalms 34:18 that reads “Jehovah is nrear to those that are broke at heart: And those who are crushed in spirit he saves”. I hope these words can also bring you a measure of comfort. Sincerely

  3. Mary Hastings says:

    Britton SDParrow family. I was saddened with the news of Ginny’s passing. I am so sorry. I know there are now words. I so enjoyed visiting with her in Havana the night of Heidi’s 50th gathering. She was a very caring person, whom will be deeply missed. You’re in my thoughts & prayers.

    Mary (Gilbertson) Hastings

  4. Carmen Joy Lehmann Warling says:

    Del Rio TexasIt was with great sadness I learned of Ginny’s passing. May her family and dear friends be comforted in knowing she is remembered by the kindness she always showed to others.

  5. Brenda Dye says:

    Breckenridge MN
    My heart goes out to Ginny’s family you’ve all been through so much ~ my thoughts and prayers are with you…

    Ginny always held a special place in my heart and my memories of our friendship will be treasured.

    Rest safely in the arms of the Lord my friend…
    Until we meet again on the other side your memory will be cherished by the ones you left behind..

  6. Cathy Schwinden says:

    Fargo ND
    My thoughts and prayers are with you as you grieve the loss of Ginny. I was one of her teachers at Shanley and remember her fondly.

  7. Jodi Deplazes says:

    Fargo I’m sorry to hear of your loss Parrow Family….Ginny always had a good laugh for me …rest in peace

  8. Heidi Jo Lehmann says:

    To Jeannie, Bill, Sam, Milo, Jack, Ruby and Acthman,

    I’m sorry that Virginia has passed over. I’m so grateful that she and I talked on Oct. 6. She loved her dogs so much. We had a nice long conversation. I wish much peace for her. She suffered plenty. Thank you for your loving friendship. See ya later gator. Love, Heidi

  9. Mary Helen Lehmann Stadler says:

    Waubun MN
    My prayers are with Ginny’s Family. She was a source of strength and comfort when my sister Sherry passed away. I shall remember her always. May she rest in peace.
    Mary Helen Lehmann

  10. Karen (Parrow) Miller says:

    Wichita KSSo very saddened to hear that Ginny passed away and I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

  11. Terry Ellestad says:

    Palmyra PA “The Lord feedest them with the bread of tears and givest them tears to drink in great measure”. The closest communion with God comes, I believe, through the sacrament of tears. Just as grapes are crushed to make wine and grain to make bread, so the elements of this sacrament come from the crushing experiences of life. May the Lord be with you in your time of grief, bless and heal you for he has called a sweet girl with tender, caring eyes to a peaceful land chosen for her. Rest in peace “Ginny”.

  12. Jennifer Dilbeck says:

    You’ll always be remembered Ginny! May God be holding you in the palm of his hand. You’re forever at peace now. Love and Miss you~

  13. Andra Hansen says:

    Detroit Lakes Mn.I met Ginny when she moved to Fargo from Havana. We clicked right away. She was such a free spirited person, always trying to have fun in her endeavors. I have so many nice memories and will miss her so much. She’s with her brother Jimmy, her Father, and Grandma Jessie now. I’m so lucky to have had Ginny as a best friend and I know she’s safely in God’s hands now. I miss you Gin-gin.

  14. Lola Smith-Gentry says:

    Lubbock TXMy thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  15. Rock and Leslie Ludwick says:

    Fargo ND
    Our Deepest Sympathy,

    Ginny was our neighbor and a good neighbor for 14yrs.. she has a loving, caring heart that I already miss dearly, I will cherish all the memries we had together.

  16. Shelley Lunneborg Blome says:

    Wahpeton ND
    Ginny- may you rest in peace.

    Class of 1980

  17. Jennifer Parrow says:

    Farogo I hope wherever you are you have finally found peace!!! I love you and will always miss you!!!

  18. caroll lorenzen says:

    creston iowasorry to hear of virginia passing.
    she will be missed.
    she is to young to be gone.
    prayers are with the family
    love to all
    caroll arneson lorenzen

  19. Susan Phillips Klabunde says:

    West Fargo ND
    I am so sorry for your loss. God bless Ginny and your family.

  20. Loretta Sauvageau says:

    Fargo ND
    To the Parrow family. Virginia is “gone too soon.” My sincere apologies in this time of loss. May God bless you and hold you in His arms. Virginia will be missed by many.

  21. Joni Polchow says:

    Very sorry for your loss Parrow family. May Ginny rest in peace!

  22. John Durham says:

    Moorhead MN
    To the entire Parrow family,

    On behalf of Fargo Area Local APWU, we want extend our sincere and heartfelt sympathy. The entire Fargo Post Office has been saddened by this recent loss. We are all thinking of you now, and will continue to do so.

    Despite all of the daily challenges at work, Virginia always tried to find the lighter side of things. Where most employees might complain, Ginnie would laugh or joke, reminding us all of the importance of humor and keeping things in perspective. She was a positive influence on all of us. Ginnie was also a very caring person, always willing to help someone else in need.

    She will be missed, but not forgotten.

    John D. Durham, Vice President
    Fargo Area Local APWU

  23. KRISTIN BJERKE says:

    GINNY……… YOU WILL BE MISSED. GOD SPEED. KRISSY

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