Virginia Pinkerton

February 20, 1955 ~ December 2, 2007

Virginia "Jenny"? G. Pinkerton, 52, 551 Boring Chapel Road, Gray, died Sunday December 2, 2007 in the Johnson City Medical Center. Mrs. Pinkerton was a native of Cape Girardeau, Missouri who had lived the last twelve years of her life in Washington County, TN. She is the daughter of Mary Lambert and the late Norman Niederbrach. She was formerly employed by Florsheim Shoe Company in Cape Girardeau, Missouri and RGIS in Johnson City and she also owned and was the photographer for Fun Time Fotos. Survivors include: her husband, William "Bill"? Woodall; one son, Tracey Niederbrach and his wife Sherry, of Fall Branch; one brother, Bill Niederbrach and his wife Linda, of Richmond, Kentucky; two grandchildren, Shelby and Logan Niederbrach; one niece, Crystal Niederbrach; one nephew, Greg Niederbrach; aunts; cousins; numerous friends. Jenny never met a stranger. She will be greatly missed by all of her friends, especially Teresa and Robert and by her family. The family request memorial contributions be made to the Johnson City Medical Center Breast Care Center, 408 North State of Franklin, Johnson City, Tn. 37604. A memorial service for Virginia "Jenny"? G. Pinkerton will be conducted at 4 PM Friday, December 7, 2007 in the Morris-Baker North Chapel. The family will receive friends in the funeral chapel from 3 to 4 PM Friday prior to the service

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  1. Anonymous says:

    To the Pinkerton Family. I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Jenny only a short time @ RGIS. She was very dear to me in the short time I got to know her. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to each of you. God said that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. She is in no more pain. She is watching over you from heaven. She is alive in well in the arms of Jesus. She will always be with you in your thoughts and memories.

  2. Anonymous says:

    To Bill,Tracey,Sherry and Mamaw. I walked into Jenny and Bill’s life by accident over 3 years ago. In the short time of knowing Jenny we became very close. She taught me so much especially when my own mother was told she had cancer. Jenny always had an answer for every crazy question i had. Jenny was amazing person. I guess the good Lord needed another angel on his team and we all know he got the best. Jenny was loved by every one that came in contact with her. She will be greatly missed by my family and i. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family during this time of lose.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bill and family of Jenny, We’re so sorry to hear about Jenny. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God bless you and comfort you during this time. Paul and Sherry Greear

  4. Anonymous says:

    Bill and family, So sorry to hear about Jenny. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Paul/Annette Sampson

  5. Anonymous says:

    We were so sorry to hear about Jenny. We met her at the cancer clinic several months ago. She was very friendly and had a smile for everyone. Jenny was an inspiration with her attitude. We will miss her.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Bill, I am sorry to hear about your lost. I want to leave you with these words. Heavenly Father, as I bring my cares to You, I fully trust You to handle them in Your Own way. I love You, Lord. You are my rock and my strength. You are my fortress and my rescuer In you I will put all my trust. Each day I call upon You, who are worthy of my praise. Each day I need not fear, for I know You battle on my behalf. When pangs of illness and death surround me, and when torrents of ungodliness assail me, I flee to Your open arms. There, You are ready to hear and help me. I will trust in You, Lord, rather than my own understanding. In every circumstance I will acknowledge You. For You, Lord, directs my paths. The joy You give me from Your love is my strength. I thank You and praise You for Your loving-kindness. Bill know that he is always with us and he cares for us. If you need anything, I am still in the Nashville Office. God Bless, Twylla.

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