In Loving Memory of
October 24, 1940 – January 15, 2021
A Celebration of Life was held on January 22, 2021 at 11:30 AM EST
Our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, Cousin and Friend, Virginia Wall was called home to be with the Lord on January 15, 2021. She lived a virtuous life and demonstrated unconditional love and generosity to everyone she knew.
Virginia was the eldest of six children born to Alberta and Dupree McNair on October 24, 1940 in Bennettsville, South Carolina. After various schooling and training she entered the workforce and excelled in a career as a Nurses Aide. She married Jerome D. Wall and out of this union, they had two children Donal and Laura.
After retiring from Evergreen/Buttonwood Hospital, Virginia continued her selfless service fostering children up until the day she transitioned She was truly a mother to many. She continued to volunteer at Deborah Hospital for over 30 years. When she wasn’t volunteering her love and time, she enjoyed conversing and visiting with close friends and family, going out in the fields to pick fruits and vegetables and took countless pictures to capture precious memories. Most of all she enjoyed fellowshipping at her home church True Vine Memorial Baptist Church. Virginia dedicated her life to Christ and faithfully served her church. She was honored to serve as a trustee, usher, and remained a faithful member. Last but certainly not least Virginia loved to cook! Anyone who knows Virginia knows her home cooking. She wanted everyone to eat until they couldn’t eat another bite then she would pack up additional containers for them to take home.
She leaves behind to carry on her legacy two children Donal (Angie) McNair, Laura (Anthony) Goode. Five grandchildren, Katrina, Jozlynn, Alanna, Aiden, Donald and one great grandson Mehki. Three beautiful sisters Alice, Roberta, and Louise in addition to a host of nieces, nephews, countless family members and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents Alberta and Dupree McNair, brother Dupree McNair, sister Mamie McNair, and her loving husband Jerome D Wall.
She will be dearly missed by all the lives she touched, and cared for in the 80 glorious years she lived.