Virginia Mae Petty

June 19, 1942 – August 22, 2019

About the Service

A celebration of Virginia’s life will be held at 4pm on Tuesday, August 27 at Allen Mortuary Event Center, 239 N. Broadway in Turlock.  Interment will be private at San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery, Santa Nella.

Virginia was known for loving and serving others.  She was a loving mom, grandma and great-grandma.  She enjoyed camping, fishing and traveling with her family, along with serving at the Salvation Army.  Jesus was her anchor in life and she will be greatly missed.

Virginia is preceded in death by her husband, Danny Petty.

Virginia is survived by her mother Rose Smith of Turlock, her children Connie Miguel of Cuba City, Wisconsin and Leland Bacon of Turlock, her brother Mike Martinez of Pittsburg, CA, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

A celebration of Virginia’s life will be held at 4pm on Tuesday, August 27 at Allen Event Center, 239 N. Broadway in Turlock.  Interment will be private at San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery, Santa Nella.


Remembrances

  1. Dear Connie & Leland,
    My heart is broken. Auntie Virginia and Vanessa stopped by to visit us earlier this year when Vanessa returned home. Auntie called me to ask about our newborn granddaughter. Her laugh over the phone was infectious as I described the baby’s large round head. That loving laugh is what I will miss the most. She took care of me when I was a little girl. She always made me feel safe.

    Our deepest condolences,

    Cousin Denise & Bruce

  2. Connie and Lee, I am so sorry for your loss. Virginia was a wonderful person, beautiful inside and out, kind and patient. I know this is hard, but God prepares us for the end of life and the beginning of a new life in heaven. It makes my heart happy to think of Virginia in heaven with Danny and all the other beloved family members that are already there.
    I loved you Virginia, you made my life better just being a part of it. I will never forget, being a little girl and you and Danny taking Deeann and I to the Long Beach Pier, so much fun, but what I remember the most is how you laid your head on Danny’s shoulder on the way home, I knew then even then, this was a great love. Thank you Virginia for all that love, you will always be remembered in love. Danita Petty Witcher

  3. Virginia was married to my brother. I have known her for at least 40 years. Connie I am sorry for your loss. Virginia is with God no more sickness no more pain. I believe that Danny is with her and all of the loved ones that has passed they’re all sitting around a table and having a party and happy to see her. In loving memory of Virginia Petty you will be missed. Love Jennifer Petty Robbs.

  4. My thoughts and prayers our with you and your family Connie. May sweet memories of her love for you be a comfort
    Kathy

  5. I will miss Virginia’s unconditional love and friendship. Her smile and zest for life always put things in perspective. I was truly blessed the day she came to work with me in the personnel office at Banquet Foods. Many happy memories began that day.
    To her family take comfort in her love for you and the joy she has now in the fullness of Jesus our Savior

  6. Virginia was a beautiful lady indie and out! She was more then a friend to me, more like my second mom. I’m truly gonna miss her ♥️

  7. We are saddened by Auntie’s passing. She was always loving and kind. She will surely be missed.

    Love,
    Chris, Robin & Auntie Mary

  8. Connie and family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your sweet mom. So nice and and always smiling. You are all in our prayers.
    Love, Dennis and Vickie

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