Lynch, Virginia B. September 5, 1948 - June 14, 2019 I leave behind my husband of 50 years and the love of my life, Mike Lynch. My two loving sons, my pride and joys, Chad (Zamara) and Todd (Jaime), and three precious grandchildren (Davis, Eva and Connor). A special niece Jessica and nephew Travis Brannock. I leave behind my father, George Brannock, my brother, Randy Brannock and his wife, Kathy. I appreciate all the time Kathy spent with me during my illness. I leave behind my sister-in-law, Gilda Lynch, and her husband Chuck King. Virginia Lynch passed away on June 14, 2019. She was born on September 5, 1948 to George Brannock and the late Maxine Brannock. She attended North Forsyth High School and Greensboro College. She worked for over 25 years at Brannock-Lynch Lumber Company, where she made many life-long friends. Virginia and Mike would often ride to and from work together, go to lunch together and their desks were never more than 20 feet from each other. It was truly an amazing relationship and one where love was never in question. Virginia's true passion was found in her role as a wife and mother. She had a kind soul, a big heart and an ability to exude patience even when the boys of the house deserved less. She had an amazing ability to express her needs or desires in subtle, kindly-worded hints that would often result in a wish granted. Over the years, Virginia developed a passion for Wake Forest. She and Mike dated during his time at Wake Forest University. Her sons would follow in their father's footsteps by attending the university they grew up admiring. Virginia spent many wonderful years walking golf courses across the country supporting Todd and the Wake Forest golf team. Her presence was always felt and her allegiance to Wake Forest was made evident by the Wake Forest Golf sweater she had made and always wore. She also found great pleasure in her trips to Mexico. She and Mike would often make two week trips to Mexico to visit Chad. They found relaxation there and an appreciation for the southwestern lifestyle. Virginia loved her grandkids. Even as her health was failing, the joy she felt was evident when watching her three grandkids play together. Virginia leaves behind so many memories that her family will cherish and pass on. She was truly one of a kind and she certainly made a difference. The family would like to thank the many dear friends for all the support they have provided and the care of the many Hospice nurses that assisted Virginia. A visitation will be held on Monday, June 17th from 5:00 -7:00 p.m. at Salem Funeral Home on Reynolda Road in Winston-Salem. Memorials can be made to Trellis Supportive Care, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103. Online condolences may be sent to Salem Funeral Home 2951 Reynolda Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

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