Virginia (Norris) Stewart

Born: Thu., Jun. 6, 1929
Died: Thu., Sep. 10, 2015


Graveside Service

2:00 PM Sat., Sep. 12, 2015
Location: Pinecrest


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Mrs. Virginia Norris Stewart, age 86, died early Thursday morning, September 10, 2015, at Meadows Park Health and Rehab after an extended illness. Mrs. Stewart was a native of Americus and lived in Vidalia since 1952. She was a commercial artist for Piggly Wiggly Southern as well as an avid tennis player and golfer and a seasoned world traveler. She has been a member of First United Methodist Church of Vidalia since 1952, serving on several committees over the years.

Mrs. Stewart was preceded in death by her husband, C. F. Stewart, Sr., in 1986.

Mrs. Stewart is survived by her nephew, Daniel W. Jones, Sr., of Foley, Alabama, and her great-nephew, Daniel W. Jones, Jr., of Vidalia.

Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Virginia Norris Stewart will be Saturday, September 12, 2015, at 2:00 PM at Pinecrest Cemetery in Vidalia with Reverend David Blalock officiating. There will be no visitation.

The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to SOAPS or your local Humane Society.

Stewart-Rosier Funeral Service of Vidalia is in charge of funeral arrangements.

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Kathy Hester
   Posted Thu September 10, 2015
My heart is broken. I loved Mrs. Stewart so much. She was like a second mama to me. I will always cherish the times that we spent together. I have so many good memories of when I was younger & she taught me how to swim & how she took us kids for our late night tennis matches. I Love You Virginia & just know you will be missed so much & not just by me.

Jackie Castleman
   Posted Sat September 12, 2015
My late husband, Red, and I knew Virginia well during the 1960s-'80s because of her participation in the Vidalia Women's Bowling Association. I remember her with fondness as one who loved to have a good time and had a ready laugh. Throughout the years, we would run into each other and recall all the good times we shared. She'll definitely be missed by her family and friends.

Jack Calhoun
   Posted Mon September 14, 2015
she was my next door neighbor (Second Street) when I was growing up in Vidalia.
I remember that she always had a smile and would wave when she drove by in her Nash Metropolitan.
rest in peace, Virginia Jo

Paul Hower
   Posted Wed September 30, 2015
Jibba (Virginia) was my wife's great aunt. She was so kind and even came out and visited us in California years ago. When we looked after her sister she was always wanting to make sure she had the best care and I know she was always kind to Mildred. That's just the type of person she was. When my wife passed I lost contact with her but she has kept in contact with my son Andrew and was very kind and encouraging to him. I wish I was able to thank her.

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