Chapel Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens

701 North 94Th Street, Kansas City, KS


Virginia Lee Priddy

August 16, 1946September 27, 2019

Virginia “Jenny” L. Priddy was born to Harvey and Virginia Priddy on August 16, 1946 in Kansas City, Kansas and was a lifelong resident of Kansas City, Kansas.

Jenny loved to cook, can, crochet, garden, decorate cakes and sew. She had a green thumb and managed to grow the most beautiful roses - any flower she touched came to life.

She was a loving Mother, Sister and Grandmother, with a smile that could light up a room. The love she had for her children and grandchildren was endless. Virginia was affectionately known as Aunt Jenny to the multitude of nieces and nephews, and Jenny to those closest to her.

Jenny was preceded in death by her husband Capt. Clarence “Buddy” L. Priddy, Jr., parents Harvey O. and Virginia E. (Davis) Priddy, son Tracy O. Camp and brother John T. Priddy.

She is survived by her son Christopher C. Jackson, Sr. and his wife Sylvia of Bonner Spring, KS and daughter Christiana Jackson also of Bonner Springs, KS., grandchildren: Isabele M. Elliott, Christopher C. Jackson, Jr., Dallas Jackson-Hernandez, April Strickland and 5 great-grandchildren, and her siblings: Harvey E. (Joyce) Priddy of Weston, MO., Gloria (Bob) Hogue of Climax, MO., Sharon (Wayne) Sharp of Kansas City, KS., Linda Goodwin of St. Joseph, MO., and William H. (Jeanne) Priddy.


  • Dallas Jackson-Hernandez
  • Richard W. Elliott
  • Jesse Marquardt
  • Christopher C. Jackson, Jr.
  • Carlos G. Quijas
  • Anthony M. Quijas


  • Visitation Thursday, October 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, October 3, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, October 3, 2019


Virginia Lee Priddy

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Patrick Lassen

September 30, 2019

I remember when I first met aunt jinny. We just came back from California and she came out of grandpa's house ran up to me and squeezed my cheeks to hard . Scared me cuz I didn't know who this big dark haired lady was . Made me cry lol. What a first impression. Never forgot that day .

Chris Jackson

September 30, 2019

I miss my moma.

Isabele Elliott

September 30, 2019

theres too many memories I have with my grandma and too many are my favorite. i loved baking with her, helping her with the flowers, taking care of the animals at the farm, and putting on makeup with her. i loved talking with her and spending my time with her. she always spoiled my brother and I and always took care of us. i'm happy she is now not in pain and is with my Grandpa. both of them have now taken half of my heart. I will miss her more than anything.