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“John, I am Lisa Malone. I knew Virginia through MIP. I was fortunate enough to be drive her to & from MIP for awhile . She was angel to all whowere...Read More »
1 of 15 | Posted by: Lisa Malone Malone - Plano, TX

“I'll never forget the impression Virginia left. Honestly I cried in my car after a visit with her because of how moved I was. I've had many people...Read More »
2 of 15 | Posted by: Robin Klein - Mckinney - Friend

“It was an honor to know Virginia! I've known her since we were in elementary school (I think 1st grade) if not before! Back then, she was known as...Read More »
3 of 15 | Posted by: Sue Lord - Cedar Hill, TX

“It was a beautiful service. John we are truly sorry for your loss and we will continue to pray for you and your family. A beautiful soul now United...Read More »
4 of 15 | Posted by: Melanie Colson - Fort Worth, TX

“It was such a privilege for me to get to know Virginia during the two years that I lived with the Baima's. She was a wonderful inspirational woman...Read More »
5 of 15 | Posted by: Ansu Chacko - Frederick, MD

“God created a lovely individual in the person of Virginia, and He placed her on this earth to teach us how to be a child of God. As one of her nurses...Read More »
6 of 15 | Posted by: Camille Carryl - McKinney, TX

“Our condolences to your family for your loss of a Great Women of God. It was a honor to sit in her presence, a Joy to receive her humble wisdom along...Read More »
7 of 15 | Posted by: Chaucer & Melanie Colson - TX

“We are so sorry to learn of Virginia's passing. We are praying for you and your family in this time of grief. We Leicestershire you. ”
8 of 15 | Posted by: Bob & Jan Mugele - Duncanville, TX

“I remember Ginny as a little girl in our church. She was a sweet person then and continued to be so all her life. Her family was very important to...Read More »
9 of 15 | Posted by: Holly Taylor - Vancouver, WA

“Virginia was the epitome of grace in action. I had not met her many times, but she made me feel like a close friend. ”
10 of 15 | Posted by: Bill Smiddy - Naples, FL

“John,My heart goes out to you and your family. I truly admired your love and dedication to your wife. I'm close if you need anything. ”
11 of 15 | Posted by: Jay Babinetz - McKinney, TX

“I am so sorry for your family's loss, and you are all in my prayers during this devastating time. ”
12 of 15 | Posted by: Ruthie Gray - PLANO, TX - Friend

“Virginia was a godly and righteous woman. She was the most consistently joyful and pure-hearted person I have known. Our family was blessed to have...Read More »
13 of 15 | Posted by: Bob Baima - Dunwoody, GA - Family

“. I am overwhelmed with grief and sadness. I'm so sorry for your sweet family who lost a beautiful and godly Wife, Mom, Grandma, sister, and Aunt. I...Read More »
14 of 15 | Posted by: Sherri (Lenzie) Foerster - WA

“I'm so sorry for your loss. ”
15 of 15 | Posted by: Joda Crow - Plano, TX


Virginia Joyce Baima passed away on November 25, 2021, at the age of 64. She was born on September 04, 1957, in Vancouver, WA, to Harold and Marjorie Hayden.

Virginia was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Sharon Carraway. Virginia is survived by her loving husband, John Baima, of 42 years. They were married in Vancouver, WA, on June 10, 1979. Virginia is lovingly remembered by her daughters, Jessica Hutto and Bridgette Piatt, her son, Christopher Baima, her five granddaughters, her brother, David Hayden, and her sister, Judith Lindeken.

Virginia graduated from Fort Vancouver High School where she served as co-captain of her high school swim team for two years and, as a senior, was voted "Most Lovable" by her peers. The summer following her senior year of high school, she was selected as one of two delegates to represent her state at the National Youth Science Camp, a STEM honors program, where she met her future husband, John. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Education from Seattle Pacific University in 1979 and utilized this degree to homeschool her three children from kindergarten through 8th grade.

Virginia loved to read her Bible and pray with and for others. She was a prayer warrior with Moms in Prayer International for over 20 years and faithfully supported her church family and missionaries through prayer. Virginia was kind, compassionate, a friend to all, and loved her immediate and extended family greatly. She loved spending time with her family and friends (especially her 5 granddaughters), and serving her community. She was active in her church and spent over 20 years volunteering at a crisis pregnancy center.

The memorial service will be held at 1:00 pm CST on Saturday, December 4, 2021, at Faith Bible Church in DeSoto, TX. For those who are unable to attend in person, the memorial service will be live streamed and can be viewed from the Faith Bible Church Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/faithbiblech/) or the Faith Bible Church YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIMfp_dPDkMaUpyp6Pp1MBg?view_as=subscriber). In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Moms in Prayer International at https://momsinprayer.org/give/