Virginia McHan went to her eternal rest Thursday, January 19th. She
was born on December 18th to Joe W. and Frances Hejl in Oscar,
Texas. In 1953, she married Cameron McHan and resided in Temple
for most of her life. Virginia was predeceased by her husband, both
her parents, sisters Ruth Butler, Georgia Ellis, Frances McNeill, Emily
Mull, and brother Bill He]l. She is survived by her brother Ed Hejl of EI
Paso, sister Martha Dubcak and husband Joe of Rogers, brother-in-
law Paul Butler of Temple, a son, Michael McHan of Temple, and
daughter and son-in-law Jenny and Wayne Crews of Belton. Virginia
is also survived by many beloved nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Virginia was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Temple for
many years where she also taught Sunday school for young children.
In later years she also worked as a bookkeeper at Immanuel, and
later as a tax preparer.
Virginia was also an accomplished seamstress, gardener, and
homemaker. She had a passion for working in her flowerbeds and
propagating plants which she shared with others. Virginia was a
loving wife and mother to her family. She will be missed by family and
The family wishes to extend special thanks to New Century Hospice
for their support of Virginia during her illness. Special thanks go to
Kay Rathgeber and Kerstin Lowery for their tender care of Virginia.
Graveside services will be held at Bellwood Memorial Park in Temple
on February 11, 2017 at 2:00PM. Those who wish to honor Virginia through memorials
may do so to Immanuel Baptist Church in Temple, Trinity Baptist
Church in Harker Heights, or to a charity of their choice.
Hewett-Arney Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangement and condolences can be left at www.hewettarney.com