In Memory

Virgina Peck (Dennis)

Virginia Mary Frances Dennis (nee Peck), 57, of Spooner, was taken to be with her Lord on Saturday, May 2, 2009.

She was born on May 16, 1951, to Herb Peck and his wife, Lucille (nee Durand), in Spooner.

She is survived by her husband, David Dennis; two sons and a daughter, Steve (Lisa) Dennis of Rice Lake, Rachelle (Tony) Johnson of Shell Lake, and Dave (Cyndi) Dennis of Haugen; nine grandchildren; her father, Herb Peck; two brothers and a sister, Jim (Carol) Peck, Lucy Anne Melton, and Jack (Katie) Peck, all of Webb Lake; and many nieces and nephews. Her soul is with the Lord, where she longed to be. With those behind remains the memory of a God-fearing, loving, and patient wife, mother, and grandmother. Hearts bow in tribute to the inner beauty, the sacrificing spirit, and the abiding faith in which the Lord kept her.

Visitation will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6, at Scalzo-Taylor Family Funeral Home in Spooner.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 7, at the funeral home with Pastor Emory Johnson officiating.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Scalzo-Taylor Family Funeral Home.

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05/04/09 11:21 PM #1    

Debby Larson (Hassett)

I am so sad to hear of Virginia's passing. I was not close to her, but I do remember her friendly spirit. I always liked her and she made everyone feel happy when she was around. Time passes so quickly for all of us.

08/25/09 11:00 AM #2    

Jeannie Bagge (Nelson)

Was sad to hear of Virginia. Everytime I saw her in the school halls, she was always smiling. I thought she had a secret all the time to make her so happy. I talked to her about it one day and she told me why she felt so happy. It was many years later that I too opened up to God and found myself smiling all the time! God Bless you Virginia and see you with God...

01/02/10 02:59 PM #3    

Dave Shuman

My memories of Virgina Peck take me to the many blessing I recieved in knowing her. My life has and always will be changed by her compassions for the people that she came in contact with. From the days of high school, to those in which my very good friend Dave Dennis and Gin became one,her insight and help will always confirm how lucky I was to have had such person cross the path of this wayward soul. My heart,and tears go out to my fiend Dave. See you soon my brother.

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