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In Memoriam: Virginia Lee Stevens (Sept. 28, 1939 – Sept. 19, 2022)

Virginia Lee Stevens

Loving daughter, wife, mother, and grandmother, Virginia Lee Stevens, was born in Coos Bay, Oregon and raised in Empire with her two siblings, Richard Kent and Betty Lorsung. 

After meeting Delbert Stevens at a Coos Bay skating rink, they were happily married for 56 years. 

In 1977 they bought the Silverton A&W Restaurant. In 1986 they built and operated Burger Time in Mount Angel. Virginia worked and served her community as a nurse at Salem Hospital for 25 years. She was known to those around her for her caring heart and love for travel, having visited 32 countries. 

She is survived by her siblings, three sons, seven grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Memorial service plans are to be determined.

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