Virginia May Hyatt
Mar 17, 1927 – Apr 24, 2019
Virginia May Hyatt
Virginia May Hyatt passed away on April 24th at the age of 92 in Tacoma, Wa. Virginia was born in Lackawanna, New York on March 17th, 1927,(St. Pactrick's Day) to Charles and Elsie Weed. Mom was 10 years old before she realized that all that singing, drinking and dancing was not for her birthday. They came to Washington State when mom was 11 months old and has been a life long resident of Tacoma.
She is preceded in death by her husband of nearly 72 years, William, her parents, four brother's, Dan, Chuck, Jack, Henry and two sisters, Lillian, Sharon, Grandson Brett, and several nieces and nephew's. She is survived by her children Chris Hildebran, son's Bill (Sally), James (Gloria), sister Margie, four grandchildren, and three great grandchildren and many nieces and nephew's.
Mom was the rock of our family, as she was a stay at home mom, who was there for us kids in every aspect of life. Be it PTA at school, den master of cub, girl and boy scouts, baseball mom, swim meet mom, or any other part of growing up. She was always there to cheer us on when we soared or lent a shoulder to cry on when we failed, her love was never wavering. Together with Dad, we enjoyed camping, boating, fishing,(dad used to complain that she always caught the first fish in every boat they owned! Of course dad always baited her hooks, so naturally she was always fishing before dad!) snowmobiling, the beach, and being with family and friends.
She was loved by many, and will be missed by all who ever came across her path. Mom NEVER met a stranger! Rest in peace mom. We love you!
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