Virginia M. Estlick
July 21, 1952 – May 7, 2023
Virginia M. Estlick, 70, of Midlothian, passed away on Sunday, May 7, 2023.
Virginia was preceded in death by her mother, father, and sister.
Survivors include her only daughter, Kristy Michele Englert, and son-in-law Derek M Englert; dog, Molly B, we had until recently; former spouse, Peter Estlick (Beth); stepdaughters Debbie Clickner (Kim) and Laurie Griffin (Bob) and all extended children and family; niece Kelly Countryman (Brian); nephews Jeffrey Hubalek and Jeremy Hubalek and family all from New York; her cousin, Yolanta (aka Yola) Czerwinska and extended family in Poland.
Virginia was loved by so many people and will be missed. She was my best friend and confidant. Virginia was an ornery, funny, hard-working to-the-bone woman. She raised me and taught me to be the woman I am today and I love and respect you for that. Everyone who knew her knows what I’m talking about. She was the best mother a daughter could ask for. I am so blessed that she witness me and the love of my life get married on October 15. She looked HER BEST on that day in 5 years with all her health issues.
I love you, Mom. I will be taken care of, you know that. Rest in peace. I am thankful you have no more pain and suffering.
I will see you again, I promise Momma. I love you so much. I am going to miss you every day you are not here. XOXOXOX
Will miss you my friend. Love you
Awe Annie you guys had some great times together..florida trip,.pools/hanging out,.shootin the shit…get toethers at your house.or ours…she loved you and your family annie…
I love you momma..I’m gonna miss you every day. And when I see.molly B again i.know you’ll be with her. You will soon be with Diamond, Brandy and Bella. All together at Shenandoah national park. I just loved you so much. Yeah we bitched and complained and fought than that’s what mothers and daughters do. Rest in peace mom.. Derek and I love you so much. Xoxoxoxox 💋 😘
Miss you “neighbor!” Love to Kristy from all the Willhurst people!
Thank you. We loved living on willhurst dr. Had some amazing times…loved them all. Block parties…kids swimming and playing outside. Loved it. Thank you for sharing . Means alot….
So very sorry for your loss Kristy. I know how very close you two were. So glad you have a loving husband to help you get through these rough days. Eventually it will get a little easier but it does take time. You are a very strong woman and can do this. You have our deepest sympathy and condolences. May she now be pain free and rest in peace. xoxo
Happy Mudders Day Momma….I love you.