Margaret “Jenny” Sprouse

JennyMargaret “Jenny” Virginia Revercomb Sprouse, 91, of Craigsville, Virginia died Wednesday, December 25, 2019 at Accordius in Waynesboro, Virginia.

She was born January 16, 1928 in Burnsville, Virginia, the daughter of the late Hugh Walker Revercomb and Rettie Mae Baylor Revercomb.

Jenny was formerly employed as a seamstress for Genesco.

She was a member of the Estaline Valley Church of the Nazarene, a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, who loved baking, cooking, and reading Western novels.

Jenny is survived by her sons, Wallace W. Sprouse, Jr. and wife Carol of Stuarts Draft, Hugh F. Sprouse and wife Gloria of Staunton, who she resided with for the last 7 years; grandchildren, Sean Sprouse, Candi Armentrout, and Josh Sprouse; great grandchildren, Montana, Sierra, Bentley; sister, Connie Sue Timberlake of Manassas; numerous nieces and nephews; and special friends, Shearon and Tommy Humphreys, Connie Swisher, and Mrs. Underwood.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, Wallace Wyett Sprouse, and 8 siblings.

A funeral service will be conducted at 11:00 a.m., Monday, December 30, 2019 at Estaline Valley Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Billy Curry officiating. Interment will be in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens.

Pallbearers will be Sean Sprouse, Josh Sprouse, Gary Revercomb, Dale Micheals, Steve Puckett, and Tommy Humphreys.

The family will receive friends Sunday, December 29 from 3 to 4 p.m. at Craigsville Funeral Home and at Hugh’s home at other times.

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3 Responses to Margaret “Jenny” Sprouse

  1. Candy Ryan says:

    Awww… just read the beautiful life story of Jenny. She was such a special sweet loving giving lady. I really enjoyed her delicious homemade from scratch dishes and conversations at Huey and Gloria’s for different occasions. Aunt Ruth would always comment on whatever she made on our journey back home about how good it was. Whatever it was.

    I know she is sadly missed by many. I’m so sorry for the loss of this great lady.

    You 2, Huey and Gloria are Saints for opening up your home and sharing your lives with Jenny, Uncle Leon and Aunt Jerry. Such a selfless act of love. Thank you for letting them live out their last years, home. Home… there’s no place like home. You just don’t see many kids doing this anymore for their parents. God Bless You Both.

    Many hugs and prayers. Much love. Candy

  2. Candy Ryan says:

    Awww. I just read the beautiful life story of Jenny. She was such a sweet loving giving special lady. I enjoyed her delicious homemade from scratch dishes and conversations at Huey and Gloria’s different occasions. Aunt Ruth and I would always discuss how good her dishes were on our journey home after our visits.

    You 2…Huey and Gloria are Saints for opening up your hearts and home to Jenny, Uncle Leon and Aunt Jerry. Such a selfless act of love. Allowing them to enjoy their last years at home was truly a blessing. There’s no place like home.

    God Bless You Both. I’m so sorry about your loss of this great lady. Many hugs and prayers and much love. Candy

  3. Josh Sprouse says:

    Love you and miss you Mammaw!

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