Virginia Reiman

Virginia “Ginny” Lee Reiman

The Dalles, Ore.

December 25, 1921 - February 19, 2013

She always talked about her life growing
up in the Mill Creek area
and swimming across the
Columbia River before there
were dams.
Virginia Lee Reiman, born on Christmas Day, December 25, 1921, passed away peacefully on February 19, 2013. She married William E. Reiman and gave birth to three beautiful daughters, Nancy, Donna and Kay. Her life was supporting her husband and raising her family. She loved her grandchildren, Summer, Ryan, Greg, Jeff, Krysta and Kreeya and her great grandchildren, Maddie,
Tanner, Jaegar, Jacek, Tristan and Emma, her nephew, David Lee, wife Sandy and all her extended family. She was a long time volunteer at the Mid-Columbia Medical Center Gift Shop and a member of the Alter Guild at the St. Paul Episcopal church.
Virgina was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Reiman and her brother Don Lee. She lived at Cherry Heights for several years. The family wishes to extend a heart felt thank you to Mary Catherine Preston for the love and care she gave to Ginny. The family will celebrate her life in private. No services are planned.


kathyvogel 5 years, 9 months ago

Donna, and family, Mike and I are sorry to here about your mom. We send out thoughts and prayers.Love Kathy and Mike Vogel


TracyStafford 4 years ago

Hello, My mother, Maxine Stafford, was one of Ginny's best (if not her BFF) friends. Maxine grew up in the Dalles and often told us how much she missed Ginny and wished she could keep in better contact with her as they aged. Maxine passed away recently, just after Veteran's Day, at the age of 93. Her obituary will be in this Sunday's Oregonian and Columbian newspapers. I am writing just to let you know that Ginny remained a fond memory of longtime friendship for my mom for many, many years. If you ever want to give me a call or drop me a line, I'd love to hear from one of her beautiful daughters.....perhaps the one that's in the cropped photo of Ginny posted here, as I have a copy of that picture in mom's things! In any case, my very best regards ~ Tracy Stafford 206.225.4755">" alt="None">

by TracyStafford


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