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1938 Virginia 2004

Virginia Kammer

August 27, 1938 — June 25, 2004

Vancouver

Virginia Kammer, born August 27, 1938, in Denver, Colorado, peacefully passed away on June 25, 2024 in Vancouver, Washington. She was the beloved daughter of Herbert and Ivy Hering. 

Virginia was a woman known for her strength and devotion, particularly to her husband Bennie and her children. She was preceded in death by Bennie, her loving husband of 60 years, as well as her sons; Jeff and Jay. Despite the challenges life presented, Virginia's love and resilience shown brightly through her actions and the way she cared for her family. 

Virginia is survived by her daughter, Julie Pfeifer (son-in-law, Craig), son, Jim Kammer (daughter-in-law, Paula), and Kay (daughter-in-law). She leaves behind a legacy in her grandchildren: Nicci Kammer (Matt), Joshua Pfeifer (Ali), Jared Kammer (Cailey), Corey Pfeifer (Jordan), Andrew Kammer (Izzy), Stephanie Estes (Ty), and Karlee. Along with her great-grandchildren: Delainey Pfeifer, Reagan Pfeifer, Hunter Kammer, Camden Pfeifer, Jayden Kammer, Kinsley Pfeifer, Blakely Estes, Brody Kammer, Ben Kammer, and Baylee Kammer. 

Throughout her life, Virginia found joy and fulfilment in hobbies and interests. She loved snow skiing, boating, running, and was an avid reader. 

One of Virginia's greatest joys was participating in refurbishing a 1950 Ford pickup with her husband Ben. Together they attended many car shows throughout Clark County and brought home numerous awards and trophies. 

Virginia's greatest love was her family, it was evident in her presence at all her children's events ad carried onto her grandchildren's events. She took immense pride in their many accomplishments and supported them with unconditional love. Her energy and zest for life will leave a lasting impact on her loving family. 

The family would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to Quality Care Home for the exceptional c are and compassion they provided Virginia. Their kindness and support during her time there will always be remembered by her family. 

Virginia's life was a testament to love, resilience, and unwavering strength. Until we meet again in the family circle enjoy your special times with Dad, Jay, and Jeff. We will miss you now and always... Until we meet again. 

We love you. 


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Virginia Kammer Graveside Service

Friday, July 12, 2024

11:00am - 12:00 pm (Pacific time)

Sara Union Cemetery is next door to 'Jeffries Construction' off of NW 41st Ave. Jeffies Construction's address is 18518 NW 41st Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642.

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