Virginia Sundberg

Virginia May "Ginny" Sundberg

Friday, October 16th, 1925 - Wednesday, March 11th, 2020
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Virginia May (Freeman) Sundberg, 94 beautiful years old, went peacefully home into the presence of God on March 11, 2020 at her home in Regency on Whidbey (Assisted Living Facility) in Oak Harbor, Washington.

Virginia (Ginny) was born in Mount Vernon, Washington, on October 16, 1925, to Edward Maurice Freeman and Stella Marguerite (Jenkins) Freeman. Her early years were spent in Mount Vernon where she attended Ridgeway Grade School and later graduated from Mount Vernon High School.

After high school, Ginny moved to Seattle where she attended Wilson’s Modern Business College and went to work for Seattle Transit. During this time, she worked as a maid/housekeeper to earn her room and board. At a point in her life Ginny considered absolutely critical, she moved into the home of a fellow transit worker, Sylvia (Berg) Severiede.

The Bergs attended the Norwegian Danish Methodist Episcopal Church (Central Methodist) at Boren and Stewart in Seattle. On her very first Sunday attending church with the Bergs, Ginny met Roy Sundberg, another pivotal event in her life. Virginia gave her life to Christ at a Youth for Christ meeting in Anacortes, Washington in 1945 where she played piano for the trio Roy sang in. This lifelong commitment to Jesus shaped Virginia’s entire life. Roy and Virginia were married October 18th, 1946, and they spent the next 67 years together, raising their family and enjoying God’s many blessings.

Ginny thoroughly enjoyed and thrived being a stay-at-home mom. Her life was centered on her home, family, and church.

Ginny (Virginia) was preceded in death by her loving husband, Roy. She is survived by her son, Gary Sundberg (Kerry Heavey) of Bend, Oregon; son, Terry Sundberg (Kathy Olund) of Winlock, Washington; and daughter, Merrie Burley (Mark Burley) of Coupeville, Washington. She enjoyed and treasured every one of her 7 grandchildren and their spouses, as well as her 15 great-grandchildren and her large extended family.

Her family is so grateful for the loving care “Miss Ginny” received from her Regency on Whidbey (Assisted Living Facility) “family”, and the exceptional care provided by Hospice of Island County, as well as her care at Whidbey Health. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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Janina Petty

Posted at 03:02pm
I loved my second grandma and always felt like family when I talked to her. I know my grandma will love having her friend up in heaven. Brianne my thoughts and prayers are with you and even though we are grown and have our separate adult lives, I am always hear love you :)
Janina Petty

Don Pein

Posted at 07:23pm
Mrs. Sundberg was always so sweet to my girls as they were growing up. She and my mom enjoyed talking to each other, but most of all about their respective Granddaughters. Brianne, Brooke, Janina, and Joanie were inseparable when they were growing up. Now she and mom can spend eternity talking about the girls and whatever they shared together. We know they shared the same Loving Lord & Savior. PTL

Darlene Berg

Posted at 11:00am
Ginny holds a special place in our hearts. Her warm loving & caring spirit for us was evident upon meeting her & Roy for the first time. We enjoyed visiting with them whenever we had an opportunity during Sundberg family gatherings, weddings or holidays. We have a fond memory of them & our dear friends Terry & Kathy at our home on a beautiful frosty morning during the Christmas season for a Christmas brunch. Ginny was a faithful prayer warrior for many including our family. She was a wonderful example of a life well lived for our God. Until we meet again, lovingly Emil & Dar Berg

Love Tim and Nancy Freeman

Posted at 09:41am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Tom Freeman

Posted at 09:37am
With loving memories of Ginny,
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