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Virginia Tucker (Thomas)

Virginia passed away from Lung Cancer on August 28, 2019 in Porterville, CA. She is survived by her husband, Eddie Thomas and her daughter, Monica.

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09/16/19 08:47 AM #2    

Robert W. Blakesley

I enjoyed the short time we knew each other in and outside FUHS, including DeMolay.  I concur with everthing Amee said about her.  She is now one of our sweetest angels in heaven. Peace.

09/17/19 12:13 PM #3    

Kathie Steele (Rubenson)

When I moved to California at the beginning of 4th grade, Virginia was one of my first friends.  We competed for  top grades, played music together in our elementary school band,  worked in the school cafeteria together, were in Job's Daughters, Girl Scouts  and had innumberable sleepovers. So many of my childhood and high school memories include her. My best wishes to all of her family!



09/18/19 06:57 PM #4    

George C. Heed

I remember Virginia well.  I just recently came accross our picture at FUHS senior prom.  She was a very sweet person.  I enjoyed the parties with Bob, Kathy, John Linton, Clark Wilson, Jim & Kenny Edwards, Anne Clary and too many more to list.  She was a wonderful part of my youth.  We shall all miss her and be greatful to have had her in our lives. 

09/19/19 04:20 PM #5    

Anne Terrell (Richard)

Virginia came into my life when I dated John Linton the last two years of High School.He took me to many events and parties that Virginia was in attendance.  My memory of Virginia is beng one of the sweetest and kind est of people who came across my path in High School. I am sorry to hear of her passing . ButI I sending  my good thoughts and prayers  for all those who loved and cared for her. Blessed are those who grieve that they will be comforted.

09/19/19 04:46 PM #6    

David C. Behning

We all will miss Virginia. I used to walk right by her house on my way to school. Demoly and job daughters were part of what made us who we were. She was a beautiful girl and women.

09/23/19 12:28 PM #7    

Mary Ann Wolfe (Henry) (Paulson)

Virginia was a real sweet person.  I got in contact with her and had some phone conversations about two years ago.  She had a parrot that she pampered and controlled the conversation.  We had a good time talking on the phone and getting reconnected.

I remember in about fourth grade I was knitting a yellow sweater for my doll.  She really liked it and ask me to make one for her.  I just gave the one I was making to her.

I have been praying for her family, I know they miss her.

Mary Ann (Wolfe) Paulson

09/24/19 04:43 PM #8    

Max Copenhagen

I remember Virginia.  We dated once, but then lost contact after high school.  She lived in a nice little house just a stones throw from the Nixon Library.  She was a real sweetheart.  

09/24/19 07:33 PM #9    

Elizabeth Anne Clary (Warner)

Childhood friends are especially hard to lose. Yorba Lnda was a special place to grow up. Virginia was a special friend. Thinking of her family and friends. --- Anne Clary Warner

09/25/19 07:03 PM #10    

Patrica Lucille Summers (Reese)

I just wanted to update all of you on what we have since learned about Virginia.  This is from an email sent to me by Virginia's sister.

Virginia found out she had a lump in her lung and they did a biopsy on it and is was cancer.  It had traveled to her aorta which they could not operate on.  She got weaker and went in the hospital last Sunday.  She only weighed 89 pounds.  She went into a coma and never woke up.  It was really a shock for all of us.  Her daughter flew out but she was already in a coma.  They shipped her body to University of Irvine for science at her wishes.  They had a memorial for her Friday.  Not enough time for us to go and could not have anyway.  I can’t travel to well any more.  Take care, Love, Linda

04/13/20 01:32 PM #11    

Bob Hummell

First, I apologize for taking so long to comment on Virginia’s passing, but would like to comment now, When I transferred from Riverside to Fullerton (Union High), early in my sophomore year,thru sports,etc I met mostly the guys . Virginia was the first girl at FUHS who was friendly to me and made me feel welcome. I never forgot that, as well as what everyone else said, she was just the nicest and kindest person. So sorry to have heard about her passing. 



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