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Virginia J. Wimpfheimer

Virginia J. Wimpfheimer, 97, of Cavalier, ND passed away Saturday, November 30, 2019 at Wedgewood Manor, Cavalier, ND. Funeral services will be held Friday, December 6, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. the United Lutheran Church, Cavalier, ND. Visitation will be held at the church for one hour before the time of services. Burial will be held in the Cavalier Cemetery.

 

Virginia June Wimpfheimer was born June 30, 1922 in St Thomas, ND.  She moved to the family farm near Cavalier before her first birthday and remained a resident of Cavalier the rest of her life.  She completed high school with the class of 1942 and then worked at the Red Owl grocery. She was later employed by Dr. Waldren, before becoming a receptionist at the new Cavalier Clinic in the 1950s.  There she scheduled and greeted patients for over three decades and eventually knew most Pembina County residents. She’s remembered for sharing cheer and concern with all who came to the clinic.

 

Virginia was devoted to her family and cared for her elderly parents and later several siblings. She loved animals and enjoyed socializing with her many farm cats.  In earlier years she was an avid league bowler, and she maintained long friendships with neighbors and fellow members of her church.

 

Virginia was the youngest child of Carl and Katherine Wimpfheimer, who farmed in Pembina county beginning in the 1880s.  She was predeceased by her siblings Sadie, Gladys, Edna, Irene, Frances, Ben, Harold, Charlie, Clarence, and Stanley.  Virginia is survived by nieces: Janice, Sharon, Robin, and Colleen, and nephews: Duane, Bob, and Todd, as well as many great-nieces and nephews.

 


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Judy thomasson Dec 3 2019 12:00 AM

Virginia's Family, Oh how she loved to tell stories. She always talked about how she enjoyed working at the clinic and how she loved each and everyone that came in there. On our trips to her medical appointments you knew you were going to have a great visit. The Faith in Action volunteers that took her would laugh at all the stories she would tell. But they also remember her as a hard worker at her job and at home. God bless her memory. Don & Michelle Murray

Michelle Murray Dec 2 2019 12:00 AM