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February 26, 1942 - July 15, 2021
Funeral services will be held on Sunday, July 18, 2021, at Memorial Funeral Home with Reverend Ron Sunderland conducting services, the obituary by Reverend Gary Jones, and special services led by The Russell Family. The receiving of friends will be from 5 to 7pm. with the funeral services starting at 7pm. The graveside service will be held at at the Russell Cemetery with Reverend Gary Simmerly conducting services and special services led by The Russell Family on Monday, July 19, 2021, at 2pm. Flowers for the services are very much appreciated.
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Virginia Lee Cooper Jennings went to be with the Lord on July 15, 2021, at Blount Memorial Hospital. Virginia was born on February 26, 1942, in Maryville, Tn to Oscar and Beaula Cooper. She married her loving and faithful husband Ronald Dean Jennings on May 31, 1957, in Maryville, TN. Ronald and Virginia were blessed to be married 64 wonderful years. Virginia was a loved member of Grace Memorial Church for over 10 years. Virginia loved to sing gospel, bake, shop, and spend time with her family. She was a mother figure to so many and a friend to anyone in need. She is survived by her husband Ronald Dean Jennings, her son Ronald E. Jennings, and daughter, Lisa (Mickey) Maynard, her five grandchildren; Kevin (Jennifer) Olivet, Krissy (Robert) Lockwood, Chelsea (Allen) Tipton, Charles (Ashley) Millsaps, Jennifer (Michael) George, her twelve great-grandchildren; Tommy, Hunter, Brayden, Cayden, Hailey, Kirsten, Adelyn, Aden, Fischer, Jett, Izzabella, Luna, her sisters; Kay Frances Whitehead, Barbara Millsaps-Smith. She was proceeded in death by her parents Oscar and Beaula Cooper, brothers; Max Cooper and James Cooper, sisters; Mary-Ruth Galbreath and Susan Whitehead, nephews; Scott and David Smith. Virginia led a full life full of love and laughter. She will be missed by so many and forever in our hearts!