Virginia Daniels Porath

Oct 12, 2012 Staff

Virginia D. Porath died Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, at Valley Hospital in Spokane, Wash. She was 52 years old.

Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Our Fathers House in Ethete with Sally Bubb officiating. An evening service and wake will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, at the Annette Crispin Bell residence, 712 Ethete Road. Interment will be In the Yellow Calf Cemetery.

Virginia Daniels Porath was born Dec. 2, 1960, in Ashton, Idaho, the daughter of Annette Crispin Bell and the late George Daniels.

She attended schools at Mill Creek Elementary and graduated from St. Mary's Episcopal School In Springfield, S.D. She was a homemaker and resided In Spokane, Wash., with her best friend and companion Phillip Smith.

Her family said she enjoyed gardening, the outdoors, the casino, phoning her grandmother Helen Cedartree and her mother and spending time with her daughters and Phil.

She is survived by her children, Stacey Robinson (Tony Corigliano) and Annette and Brent Brown; mother Annette Crispin Bell; companion Phil Smith; sisters Ruth Thayer and Becky Knudsen (Ted); brothers Clinton and Micah Daniels (Veronica); aunts Louella White and Helen Baker; other family members, Annette and Kathy Crispin, Rose Brockle, Jolene Iron, Clydene Wallowingbull, Shasta Miller, Gloria Muggleburg, Carol Hereford and Ruby Goggles, Theodore Revera, Jon Lee Crispin, Melvin, Justin and Hayes Goggles and Nelson White; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her father; brother Everett Daniels; sister Melanie Daniels; grandparents Thomas Buster Crispin, Helen Crispin Cedartree and John and Ruth Daniels; uncle Charles Crispin; aunt Albertina Ficklin; other family members, Willard Goggles, Fred, Edward and Charles "Chug" Crispin and Max Wallowingbull; extended families of Adolf and Edith Armajo, Henry and Susie Crispin, Joseph and Mary Duran, Edward and Ophella Aragon, Frank Armajo and John and Mary Agnes Goggles.

Services are provided by Wind Dancer Funeral Home.

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