Blount & Curry Funeral Home-Carrollwood

3207 W Bearss Ave, Tampa, FL


Virginia L. Pass

8 febrero , 192610 febrero , 2020

Virginia L. Pass of Tampa, went to heaven on February 10, two days after her 94th birthday. A Celebration of Life will be held at Blount & Curry Funeral Home, 3207 W. Bearss Ave. Tampa, FL at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, February 19. Visitation will begin at 1:00 pm and there will be a committal at Lutz, Cemetery following the service.

Virginia was born in Tampa, FL. She was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years, Oran W. Pass, her parents, Oscar B. and Nona Bethea Hayman, and her sister Blanche Kent. Her life will be forever cherished by her 4 children, Gayle Pass Buford (Bob), Wayne Pass (Shawn), Darrell Pass (Sharon), and Karen Kier (Scott), as well as her dearly loved 7 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She also had a great deal of extended family and many special friends.

Virginia loved Jesus and with all her heart, she wanted others to have the peace and joy that she experienced because of her relationship with Him. Her move to heaven was a true “home-going” for her and an experience she had dreamt about and longed for. Her heart’s desire is expressed in one of her favorite Hymns: O, That Will be Glory for Me

When all my labors and trials are o’er, And I am safe on that beautiful shore, Just to be near the dear Lord I adore, Will through the ages be glory for me.

O, that will be glory for me, glory for me, glory for me; When by His grace I shall look on His face, That will be glory, be glory for me.


  • Visitation miércoles, 19 febrero , 2020
  • Celebration of Life miércoles, 19 febrero , 2020
  • Graveside Service miércoles, 19 febrero , 2020


Virginia L. Pass

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Mary Forrest

febrero 22, 2020

My mother, Virginia's sister, always talked about how different they were growing up. Mother was the "tomboy", always outside throwing a ball against the side of the barn. Aunt Virginia was the "prissy" one, always inside playing the piano or playing with dolls. But for all their differences, they loved each other dearly. It was evident by how delighted they were on the rare occasions when they could spend time together. Now they are forever together in the presence of Jesus...and oh, such rejoicing there must be!!

Daisy Otero

febrero 19, 2020

I met Virginia at the Atria bible study fellowship. Even though I only knew her for the last two years of her life, in that short time she impacted me spiritually for eternity. Her spirit will always be with us. She was an example of what a truly Godly woman is by biblical standards. She embodied a life well lived because she truly cared about others more than herself. It was a privilege to be her friend, and I look forward to fellowshipping with her again in the presence of our Savior.

The memorial service was beautiful, encouraging, inspiring and glorifying to the Lord Jesus Christ. God bless you.