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W. H . Mays M ortuary
"Profession cil Sir vice A Family Tradition Since 1922T
1221 James Brown Bcflltvord Augusta, Georgia 30901 L/706) 722-6401
Born October 14, 1928 in Meriwether County, South Carolina to Isaiah and the late Carrie Julia Key, Virginia was the oldest of four daughters. She attended Homestead Elementary and Goulds Junior High School in Dade County, Florida. She graduated from Carver High School in Miami, Florida and Paine College in Augusta, Georgia where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Education.
Virginia gave her life to Christ at an early age at Spring Grove Baptist Church in South Carolina. In later years, she was a founding member of the BelleTerrace Presbyterian Church where she served as Treasurer, Elder and a member of the Margec Barbee Daytime Circle.
Virginia had an extensive work history in Richmond and Burke Counties in Georgia. Her professional career spanned thirty-three years, teaching at Waynesboro Elementary, Clara Jenkins Elementary, Bayville Elementary and Wilkinson Gardens Elementary.
Preceding her in death is her husband, Henry B. McQueen; mother, Carrie Julia Key; grandson, Che Rains; sister, Annie "Murdell" Dorsett.
She leaves to mourn her two daughters, Karie "Kay" Rains and Anita McQueen of Augusta, Georgia; one son, Michael McQueen of Marietta, Georgia; two stepdaughters, Hilda McQueen of Lawrence, Massachusetts and Christine Elaine McQueen-Ward of Macon, Georgia; one stepson, Charles McQueen of Augusta, Georgia; ten grandchildren, Kimberly Ybarra (Aaron), Brian McQueen, Yolanda Taylor, Kerteshia Taylor, Sinaris Taylor, Eric McQueen, Kelvin Ward, Jr., Demetrius Ward, Nazareth Ward, Joseph Ward; father, Isaiah Key of Homestead, Florida; sisters, LeVessie Davis of Florida City, Florida and Dorothy Key Zeigler of Atlanta Georgia; sister-in-law, Sarah Deas of Columbia, South Carolina and Alma Reed (Willie James) of Aynor, South Carolina and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
The Order of Sendee
Remembering My Aunt
Looking back thranyth the rears when I think o f you, "A u n t K "
what first comes to my m ind is you r yjen erosity.
1 rem em ber thinyjs you jja v e me: a stuffed an im al that I adored; a leath er vest th at you m ad e me;
advise I didn 't ijjnore.
J remember your delicious food fo r which w e'djjive you praise. Tour yam s an d dressing were such a blessinjj
on jja therinjjs a nd hoiid ays..
Because o f a ll the seeds you we sown in essence, your presence will live on through m em ories m a d e a n d the love you jja v e The im pact o f your life was stronjj.
I have assurance that you're at peace I'm thankful that your pain has ceased. Vm com forted th at you'll be seen attain