Virginia Morales Arvizu

July 30, 1945October 12, 2020

Virginia Morales Arvizu, age 75, passed away on October 12, 2020 in Tucson, AZ. She is survived by her children Ismael Arvizu Jr., Ana Melissa Arzola, Myra Vanessa Whobrey (Husband - Jason) and Erik David Arvizu; Grandchildren Dominique, Anyssa Celine, Gabriel Anthony, Andrina Monique, Arianna Marie, Elissa Ivette and Sarah Mariah; Great grandchildren Isabella Elise, Elijah Thomas, Leonardo Sebastian and Charlotte Marie; She is preceded in death by her father Ezequel Morales, mother Guadalupe Morales and her husband of 38 years Ismael M. Arvizu Sr.

Virginia was born on July 30, 1945 in Douglas, AZ. She retired from Raytheon after 30 years. Her special interests and hobbies were Family, dancing, music and laughter. She was also a parishioner at the Cathedral of Saint Augustine in Tucson, AZ.


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Leticia Nunez

October 17, 2020

My dearest sister Virginia how can I find the words to say how much I miss you.
You have earned your wings so go join your wonderful husband Ismael ( Negro) in God’s paradise.
I will hold you close within my heart and there you will remain until we meet again.
I love you and will be there for your children.
Rest In Peace.

Ana Melissa Arvizu

October 17, 2020

I Always thought of You Mom whenever I read this scripture (Proverbs 31). And how some day I would hope to be a woman to follow suit to Your Prestige and Grace. I will Always be Thankful for all you did for me, for us. You will Always be in my heart. And Missed until we meet again. I Love You Momma
**Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all.” Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.
Proverbs 31:25‭-‬30 ESV

Ismael Arvizu Jr

October 16, 2020

If you see my mom in heaven,
She won't be hard to find.
She's God's masterpiece of
She's unique and one of a kind.

She'll be the one with the prettiest
Her angel wings she wears with pride,
And as she reaches out to greet you,
You'll see the twinkle in her eyes.

She'll be digging in God's flower beds,
Gathering flowers as she goes.
She'll pick a single flower bouquet:
The beauty of God's red rose.

She'll be playing with the smallest angels,
Singing joyful games upon her knee,
Or maybe writing words of wisdom,
Or reciting a poem or three.

She's with my dad now
Embracing him lovingly or
Visiting with her long-lost friends,
Chatting so happily.

She'll be God's strongest angel.
No more burdens will she bear.
She'll stroll about with strength and grace,
Kneeling with God in prayer.

So if you see my mom in heaven,
Will you take care of her for me?
Place a kiss upon her cheek,
And hug her just for me.

You see, she was my special mom,
The truest friend she was to me.
She taught me all about our God
And the love he had for me.

She's my royal queen of mothers.
She'll wear her very own crown.
She'll sit and share God's golden
Throne in God's beautiful
Heavenly home.

Love you and miss you Mom
Ismael Arvizu Jr.

Gabriel Burdette

October 16, 2020

I don’t know if I’ll be able to come to terms with the fact that you’re gone. I will miss you every single day of my life. There was so much you had left to do. So much you had left to see. I may not understand why you had to go but I do know you’re at peace now. I owe so much to you for helping create the man I am today. I’ll take you with me wherever life takes me and I hope you’ll look down at me and see someone you’re proud of. I know I’ll be able to look up at the stars and see you dancing with your partner. Give him a big hug for me. I love you nana. Forever and ever.

Myra Whobrey

October 16, 2020

I can NOT believe I’m writing in your obituary. I just can’t comprehend that you’re gone. It was all so fast, we were just talking about how we were going to celebrate the holidays and now you’re not here.
I love you so much and I thank God daily that I had the chance to spend so much time with you the last couple of years. I’m glad I never missed an opportunity to say “I love you” and took every chance to hug and squeeze you... and let’s not forget all the selfies we took lol. Momma are visits will be missed, I’ll sit outside and sip tea thinking about our conversations. I’m sure some days I’ll cry and others I will laugh over memories. Thank you for making me the person, the woman I am today. You will be in my heart always, hug my daddy for me. Love you both to the moon and back.

Leonor Berumen

October 16, 2020

OMG deep condolences to her family... Virginia and I went to school together in Douglas, AZ. We had many good memories especially of going to Aqua Prieta to the Copa Cabana to dance up a storm, she was a good friend and I am saddened by her passing. May she rest in peace.

Fred Vasquez

October 15, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Morales Family. Eternal rest grant unto her Olord and let perpetual light shine upon her. May Virginia rest in peace

Viviana Taylor

October 15, 2020

My tia was a beautiful, loving ray of sunshine who put her family first. She will be missed dearly. We love you tia Virginia. Blessings and peace to my cousins.

Vivi Taylor & fam.

Rosemary Garcia

October 15, 2020

Our condolences to all the families. We hold many beautiful memories of Virgina (Negra).
May our Lord give all the family strength and comfort during this difficult time. Rest In Peace Virgina we know you are dancing with your beloved Negro. 🕊🙏

Selena Ordonez

October 15, 2020

Rest is Peace Tia! Now you can forever dance with Tio❤❤


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