Virginia Muriel DuBois
October 21, 1927 – July 22, 2013
Virginia was born on October 21st 1927 in Snohomish Washington to her parents Doris Davidson and Leslie Martin.
She lived her childhood with her mother and sister Doreen in the lower Snoqualmie valley and eventually attended Tolt High School where she was a member of the choir.
As a child she enjoyed swimming and playing with her sister and many friends in the rural environment, which is now Carnation Washington.
She and her sister also worked with their mother until Doris married the late Richard Langlois. This marriage brought a half sister Joan and a half brother Richard into the family.
Virginia started her own family giving birth to Pamela in December of 1946, Candice in July of 1948, James in September of 1950 and Randall in September of 1957.
She worked many places but ultimately built a very successful career working for the Boeing Aircraft Company. She was recognized for her exceptional service in Boeing's spare parts division and remained with Boeing until she retired after 26 years in 1990.
Virginia lived a full life but her happiest years were during the period where she was married to the late Donald DuBois. They had homes in Federal Way and Fir Crest Wa as well as a winter home in Meza Az. Eventually they made their home full time in Az. where they enjoyed Golf, cards and many friends in the golf course community. Virginia was a great cook, gardener and in her younger years a bowler and even a skier. She and Don loved their pets, especially their cat BB and dog Katie.
She loved her time with her grandchildren. Swimming in the pool, shopping and spoiling them all.
Virginia is survived by her half sister Joan and half brother Richard.
Children Pamela, Candice, James and Randall.
Grandchildren Christopher, Michelle, Jason, James, Sophie, Katie, Lindsey and Madison
She leaves behind four great grand children Michaela, Sydney, Josh and Crystal
Virginia leaves us all with wonderful memories. Her smile and laughter, summer BBQ's, Birthday and Christmas celebrations. She will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.
- Graveside Service Tuesday, July 30, 2013