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Virginia L. Gorski
Date of Death: September 24, 2015
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Macedonia United Methodist Church
1941 Macedonia Church Road
White Post, VA 22663
Saturday 10/24, 2:00 pm

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Virginia L. Gorski Virginia Lee (Volrath) Gorski, 78, of Frederick County, VA died Thursday, September 24, 2015 in Inova Fairfax Hospital, with her loving husband and daughter by her side. Mrs. Gorski was born in 1937 in Burnsville, NC, the daughter of the late Ralph W. and Mary G. Tilson.  After graduating high school she …
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John Gorski left a message on October 26, 2015:
My true love!!!
Debby Palladino left a message on October 21, 2015:
I remember the many happy days I met with Virginia and Jack during the purchase and building of their home at Lake Frederick. Virginia was always smiling and so cheerful every time we met and we looked forward together to their new home being built. Jack and Virginia were always so sweet together in everything they did. May all the wonderful memories and God's love surround the family now and always.
Lori Tate left a message on October 20, 2015:
My condolences to Virginia's family especially Jack and Linda. Virginia was a very dear, fun loving, talented lady who I will miss. Her beautiful smile always lit her face with happiness and everyone around felt the joy she brought to all. May your memories over time brings smile to your faces. God bless.
Jessie J. Lease left a message on October 19, 2015:
Dear Linda and Greg, may the Lord Jesus Christ be your strength during this time of mourning and loss of your mother. No one can replace a mother’s love, and I know that your mother had a special way about her to love and show her care for you. She made everyone feel special in her presence; she took time to listen to what was going on in others’ lives, not only concerned for her own matters. I can still hear her “sweet voice” she used whenever she wanted to express her concern or opinion over a point, but not seem too pushy. Jack, it was a privilege to witness the tender ways you and Virginia would look after each other, and become caretakers and servants in your church and community--both individually and also as a unit. Virginia L. Gorski, mother & wife & citizen, was a generous giver of her resources, time and talents! I know her crown is full of jewels in heaven! I know we will all be excited to reunite with her when the Lord grants that day in heaven! In the meantime, I hope you will take comfort in the treasured memories that the Lord brings to your mind, and never turn to thoughts of guilt or “what ifs” which Satan would like to use to steal our joy. Jesus has already paid the price for both our sins and the guilt of our sins; Virginia would not want or tolerate any of it either! Be strong and courageous, knowing that the Lord Jesus Christ serves as our mediator, interceding for us every day in prayer. The Holy Spirit, also known as “the Comforter,” groans on our behalf when we cannot put words to our own prayers, and knows our every need. We have a Good Shepherd to guide us. You are not alone, and I encourage you to carry on in strength with a “great cloud of witnesses.” God reminds us over and over again to “Remember Me” in times of trouble; God is our Deliverer and our Prince of Peace. Jesus said “Peace I leave with you, not as the world gives …” May you know this peace of God’s presence with you to courageously walk through all of the most difficult of times in our lives. Sending my love to you and your families. ~ Jessie J. Lease
Jessie Lease left a message on October 19, 2015:
Dear Linda and Greg, may the Lord Jesus Christ be your strength during this time of mourning and loss of your mother. No one can replace a mother’s love, and I know that your mother had a special way about her to love and show her care for you. She made everyone feel special in her presence; she took time to listen to what was going on in others’ lives, not only concerned for her own matters. I can still hear her “sweet voice” she used whenever she wanted to express her concern or opinion over a point, but not seem too pushy. Jack, it was a privilege to witness the tender ways you and Virginia would look after each other, and become caretakers and servants in your church and community--both individually and also as a unit. Virginia L. Gorski, mother & wife & citizen, was a generous giver of her resources, time and talents! I know her crown is full of jewels in heaven! I know we will all be excited to reunite with her when the Lord grants that day in heaven! In the meantime, I hope you will take comfort in the treasured memories that the Lord brings to your mind, and never turn to thoughts of guilt or “what ifs” which Satan would like to use to steal our joy. Jesus has already paid the price for both our sins and the guilt of our sins; Virginia would not want or tolerate any of it either! Be strong and courageous, knowing that the Lord Jesus Christ serves as our mediator, interceding for us every day in prayer. The Holy Spirit, also known as “the Comforter,” groans on our behalf when we cannot put words to our own prayers, and knows our every need. We have a Good Shepherd to guide us. You are not alone, and I encourage you to carry on in strength with a “great cloud of witnesses.” God reminds us over and over again to “Remember Me” in times of trouble; God is our Deliverer and our Prince of Peace. Jesus said “Peace I leave with you, not as the world gives …” May you know this peace of God’s presence with you to courageously walk through all of the most difficult of times in our lives. Sending my love to you and your families. ~ Jessie J. Lease
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Barbara left a message on October 19, 2015:
I just read recently: "Just as we come to love our adopted children, we come to love our "adopted" step-parents." Virginia brought much joy and happiness to by Dad and for that I will be forever grateful. We will miss you Virginia... Love, Barb/Barbara/Barbara Ann
Sandy & Pat Corpora left a message on September 30, 2015:
We're so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are sent your way. Your many memories of your mom will always be there to comfort you.
Rick & Brenda Bowles left a message on September 29, 2015:
Deepest sympathy to the Gorski family. As a neighbor and a friend, we will always remember Virginia's beautiful smile, her happy eyes, and, most of all, her southern charm. May happy memories comfort you in this time of sadness.
Jean Koppen left a message on September 29, 2015:
Are thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Susan Lowe left a message on September 28, 2015:
We are saddened to hear of Virginia's passing - Our thoughts and Prayer are with Jack and his daughter. Virginia and Jack were wonderful members of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary on Lake Anna and have many friends there. Division 8 - US Coast Guard Auxiliary CS Lowe DCDR
Jean McCormick left a message on September 28, 2015:
Jack, Linda and Greg, you are in my thoughts and prayers; as well as her extended family. Even though I have not seen her recently, I have such fond memories. Over the next few weeks and months, your memories will help you navigate through this very difficult time. I know you will find strength in knowing what a wonderful person she was
Ron & Ginger Ellis left a message on September 27, 2015:
Our thoughts are with Jack and other family members. We have fond memories of Virgina.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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