Virginia Lynn Rowe
June 25, 1975 – Mar. 23, 2020
Virginia Lynn Rowe, 44, of Richmond passed away Monday, March 23, 2020.
Survivors include her three children, Anthony Johnston, Jordan Johnston, Mya McFail; her mother and father, Thomas and Helen Rowe; sister Shannon Tilley; brother Thomas Rowe Jr; and her long time boyfriend, James Witcher.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved, so missed, and so very dear. You will forever live in our hearts.
You left us way to soon Sis but God had greater plans for you. I will miss you presence but you will forever live in my heart. I know you are at peace and smiling down on us all. I will make sure I hold it down here and you watch over us all. I love you and will miss you greatly,
Some of the best childhood memories spent with you and your family rest easy!!! Much love and prayers.
Gone to soon but God knows what’s best. You know I’m still there for the kids Auntie will always be there. Especially for Maya we will be here to provide and protect her. You keep watching down on us. And we will keep looking up at you. Miss you much love. The Mcfail family..
Definatly gone 2soon we butted heads a lot 2 strong willed people leaders not followers but I always had ur back and will miss and luv u forever see u on the other side luv always ur bro!!
One of the greatest friends I ever had in school. You will be missed my dear friend. Love you Virginia
Gone too soon u will be sorley missed by ur family and friends.I seemed to always get on ur nerves when i said hi to u when i came over to see todd or at school but u still said hi. Even when me and todd would go play at the basketball courts at summer hill u always said hi u and shannan .I didnt have many friends. But i am glad to of have met u and called u a riend .Till we meet again.
I love you i will always we are family thanks for crossing my path you are and will always be here through yoyr boys and your amazing daughter who is so you thank god for you rest up high love you
RIP watch over the family and friends u have left behind as all of us know we have a angel looking over us even tho we wont blood I consider u a sister as tho we where family love you and all the Rowe family
Virginia, you were more then a friend to our family, you were a great person, who which I will never forget. The mother of my three, aunt,cousin, &daughter and more.i will never forget you. I will miss you calling and texting me, I love you Virginia. Now you can rest easy, tell my brother hello, until we meet again, sleep.
Virginia loved her kids and family. She was always friendly and in good spirits staying to her self. It’s unfortunate to lose her so early. I send love to all those who are hurting from this lost.
I will forever have your crazy self in my heart auntie. I will not let a day go by where I don’t think of you. I love you so much and just know that everything here will be taking care of. Me and mom have everything under control here. I miss you so much and hope you aren’t causing too much chaos up there with the lord. Your memory and love will never be forgotten. I love you auntie and may you Rest In Peace and never worry about a thing again❤️ Until we meet again❤️
Virginia was always nice to me. We shared laughs played spades and enjoyed each others company. I would like to send love and prayers to her family. We have lost a great person here on earth. But God brought his angel home. Again would like to send love and prayers to her family and friends. We have to love each other today because tomorrow isnt promise. Rest on Virginia…
Took me a few days to write this but I love you Va always will… keep watching over me an tell my uncle and Demarcus I love them dearly
My condolences goes out to the family, in this dear loss may she rest in peace.
From Kevin and Roschelle Knight-Bradley
R.i.p Virginia u will be missed
R.I.P. to a very good friend of mine who I just found out your were gone, blessed be all the children of the LORD. Amen