May 4, 1928 - August 3, 2017
Virginia D. Spring, 89, of Fairview passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 3, 2017. She was born in Miami, Florida, on May 4, 1928. Virginia was preceded in death by her husband Clifford A. Spring Sr. and her parents Stanley and Marye Brown all of Miami. Surviving Virginia are her two sons, Clifford A. Spring Jr. (Ivonne) of Fort Lauderdale, FL and Richard A. Spring (Teresa) of Fairview, NC. Surviving grandchildren Megan Spring and Mary Spring of Fort Lauderdale, Richard A. Spring Jr. of Asheville, Matthew A. Spring (Toni) of Arden, Katie A. Spring of Fairview and Janie A. Bowen (Anthony) of Fairview. Her two great grandchildren Zoey Spring and Averie Spring. Virginia D. Spring known to us as Mom or Grandma was the most loving, compassionate and caring person you could ever meet. She always had a smile for you and always lifted your spirits. She always made you feel loved and cared for. Mom loved her Savior and never failed to put him first in her life. She was a godly woman and a prayer warrior. All you had to do ask for prayer and Mom would stop and pray until God gave us an answer. She was active in her church. She was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church-Hialeah, FL. She worked as the church secretary for a number of years. Mom help with missionary needs as part of the women’s group at church, she housed those that need a place to stay, provided food for the hungry and prayed for God’s blessing on all those she served. She served God faithfully. We know that she is with Him and in glory. Mom was a devoted wife to her high school sweetheart. Dad and Mom were married over 50 years. She was his help mate and they did everything together. She showed her children by example what a marriage should look like and taught her sons to love and cherish their wives and to be the spiritual leaders of their families. Mom and Dad were always young sweethearts to the end. She was loss when he passed. Mom loved her children and taught them to follow the Lord. She cared about everything they did. Mom encourage them to do well in all they aspired to do. She disciplined with love and when things didn’t go well she picked them up, cared for them and then encouraged them to try again. Always keeping them in prayer and lovingly encouraging them along the way. She was a blessing they will never forget. She never looked at her daughter in laws as anything other than her daughters and treated them as if they were her own daughters. Her grandchildren were the joy of her life. She love them very much. She spoiled them, rejoiced in their achievements, prayed daily for them and was always available if the needed her. She could brag about her grandchildren and great grandchildren with the best of them and they loved her. Proverbs 3:15 says, “She is more precious than jewels; And nothing you desire compares with her”, that is who Mom was. We celebrate that she is now in heaven with her Lord, her sweetheart Dad(Cliff), and those who have gone before her. She is free of pain and the cloud that is call Alzheimer and for that we are grateful. We love you so very much and will miss you beyond words.
Virginia D. Spring, 89, of Fairview passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 3, 2017. She was born in Miami, Florida, on May 4, 1928. Virginia was preceded in death by her husband Clifford A. Spring Sr. and her parents Stanley and Marye... View Obituary & Service Information
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