Virginia Key Trueblood, passed away peacefully Thursday, November 14, 2019 at home, surrounded by her family.

Funeral  services will be 3 PM Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at Robbins First Wesleyan Church with Pastor Cameron Dockery, Pastor Darrell Garner and Pastor Royce Baker officiating. Burial will follow at Pine Rest Cemetery

Virginia graduated from Elise High School and Greensboro Women’s College. She taught school for 34 years in Gates, Chatham, and Moore Counties. She began teaching Home Economics and later 4th grade. Virginia loved children and seeing them learn was most important to her. She enjoyed all kinds of crafts, like quilting, crocketting and ceramics, she even got her grandchildren involved in many craft projects.  Virginia loved the Lord and was very active in her church. For many years she taught Sunday School, played the piano for the church, sang in the choir, lead the Wesleyan Women’s group and enjoyed participating in church missions opportunities.

Family was especially important to Virginia and she was blessed when she was able to spend time with them. She loved her grandchildren and enjoyed being a part of all their activities. She loved to travel and trips with the family were always special.

She was preceded in death by her parents W.H. and Thelma Key; husband: Medford Trueblood;  brothers: Billy, Leroy and Paul Key.

Virginia is survived by son Mark and wife Tammy, of Cameron: grandchildren: Rachel, Zachary, Nathan and Noah Trueblood: sisters-in-law: Almeta Key; Betty Key, Marie Key, many nieces, nephews and friends.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 PM, Monday, November 18, 2019 at Kennedy Funeral Home. Family and friends will also be received other times at their home in Cameron.

Memorials may be made to Robbins First Wesleyan Church, P O Box 397, Robbins, NC 27325.

Condolences may be made to www.pinesfunerals.com

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Trueblood family.

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  1. This was the sweetest most caring lady. Loved her so much as my 4th grade teacher. Always caring for us and teaching was her passion. Love and prayers to the family

  2. My deepest sympathy to the family. Aunt Ginny was such a special person who added beauty to our lives. I will greatly miss her.

  3. Tammy and Mark my thoughts and prayers are with you and your children. May God give each of you the comfort you need to get through this great loss. She was well loved and cared for by each of you unconditonably. You made her life complete. God Bless each of you.

  4. Mark,Tammy,Rachel,Zachary,Nathan & Noah with deepest sympathy at the lose of a dear lady. Carolyn and I loved her and we know that she is in Heaven smiling down on us today.

  5. Our deepest sympathies for the loss of such a wonderful lady. Aunt Ginny was much loved and will surely be missed. God bless you all. Love from her family in Georgia.

  6. Mark, Tammy, Zachary, Nathan, Rachel and Noah
    We are so sorry for your loss. We pray God surrounds you with his peace and love to help each of you through the time ahead. We love you all!

  7. Such a good teacher and sweet lady. I had the pleasure of talking to her about a year ago – got to catch up a little. Prayers for the family.
    Robbins Graded School
    4th Grade

  8. My prayers are being lifted for Mark and family..She was a wonderful person, and had a big heart for everyone. I will always remember her teaching grade school…She will be greatly missed, but welcomed in Heaven .

  9. Mrs. Trueblood was my fourth grade teacher. I remember her fondly. She touched many lives during her career. Prayers for her family and friends.

  10. Such a sweet, kind lady. She was my fourth grade teacher and definitely one of my favorites. Such a Godly, Christian Soul…May God Deliver Healing and Comforting for the family during this difficult time of sorrow.

  11. Mark and family..I am so sorry for your loss…Ginny was such a wonderful neighbor and a sweet friend to my family and me for many many years. I know that she and Med are waking the streets of gold together now. My prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time.

  12. Mark and family, Kim and I are grieved to learn of your loss of Mrs. Trueblood. We both had the good fortune to have your mom as our teacher. She impacted our lives with her pleasant demeanor and commitment to values,morals and character . She was always an encouragement in my career. A truly great lady. She will be missed. May God cradle you all in His loving arms during your grief and in the days to come. We love you. God bless. Bruce and Kim Williams

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