Virginia Duncan

May 5, 1922May 28, 2019

Virginia Duncan, age 97 of Kansas City, Kansas peacefully lied down for rest at the home of her Daughter and Son in Law in Denton, Tx. the evening of May 28, 2019. She awoke to be in the presence of Jesus in Heaven. Virginia was born May 5th, 1922 in Liberty, Missouri to Elmer and Nettie Brown and was the middle of three siblings. She was married to Audrey Cleo Duncan for 52 years. Cleo went to Jesus in 1991. She is survived by 4 children, Johnny Duncan, Jeannie Edwards, Sandra Mickelson and Gary Duncan. She too, was the Patriarch to 13 Grandchildren, 37 Great Grandchildren and 33 Great-Great Grandchildren ranging in age from 2 days to 60 years. The Crowning Jewel of her life, though second to Jesus was family. She had a total of 83 Grandchildren, for all of whom she bought Christmas presents. From a large family of big personalities and voices she preferred listening. She inspired us most through her commitment and devotion to Jesus and her desire to listen. Affectionately and most popularly known as Grandma, Virginia was the most contented and at peace person most of us will ever know.

…now I must be going, Goodbye is so hard to say, Remember us as we were then, Not as we are today… Written by Nettie Brown

Memorial Service will be held Monday, July 8th at 10:00 am Stony Point Baptist Church 7938 Barnett Ave. Kansas City, Kansas 66112

Graveside for family following at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens 701 N 94th St. Kansas City, Kansas 66112


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Virginia Duncan

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Lindsey Davis

July 5, 2019

When I was very little, grandma gave me a sand dollar and said to keep it safe because God put little doves inside and to not break it until I give my life to God. I asked her what that meant and she told me when I was older I would understand. She always told me about the gospel and read the Bible and told stories. One day I understood. I was 16 and found the sand dollar and brought it to her house and we broke it and she taught me about the doves inside and how God created them special even though they were tiny so everything and everyone had a purpose. She taught me that now the sand dollar was just a shell like a body holding a soul that was beautiful doves inside. I put the doves in a tiny glass container and still have them. God blessed me with having grandma in myl ife.