Obituaries: Virginia Mae Weisenborn

Obituaries: Virginia Mae Weisenborn

ILWACO - Virginia M. Weisenborn, 89, of Ocean Park, died July 13, 2006, in Ilwaco. Born Aug. 30, 1916, in Portland, Ore., she was the daughter of Roger W. and Eva A. (Baker) DuNann. She was raised in Portland, attended school there and graduated from Jefferson High School in 1935.

On Nov. 30, 1935, she and Irving Weisenborn were married in Portland. He passed away on May 30 of this year. They had celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary this past year, of which they were understandably very proud.

During World War II, she drove for the Red Cross Motor Corps. After the war, she established a successful career selling Sarah Coventry products and at one time was the top producer in all the United States. In 1989, she and her husband moved to the beach. She was a member of the Ocean Park Lutheran Church and was very active in church activities. She enjoyed knitting and crossword puzzles and loved to walk.

She is survived by sons George and Jo-Anne Weisenborn of Amboy, Ray and Suk Weisenborn of Lancaster, Calif.; daughters Carol Weisenborn and fiance Ted Wirch of Ocean Park and Julia and Curtis (Scotty) Scott of Ridgefield; her sister Lillian (Virgil) Hood of Mesa, Ariz.; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews,

A combined memorial for the couple will be held at 6 p.m., on Monday, Aug. 7 at the Ocean Park Lutheran Church. Arrangements are by Penttila's Chapel by The Sea, Long Beach. To view the on-line obituary and guest book, visit

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