Jerry Virnig ( – 2012)

Jerry Virnig It is with great sadness we report the passing of Jerry Virnig a long time resident of the Santa Rosa Valley who has been an active supporter of many local activities. Jerry and his wife Char live in the Rancho Santa Rosa community.

Jerry worked for Consolidated Film Industries from 1969 through 2000 when, as President and Chief Executive Officer, he negotiated the sale of the company to Technicolor. Jerry was in charge of the familiar facility that stands next to the Freeway on Mission Oaks Blvd in Camarillo. More recently Jerry has served as a Director for the Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club in Channel Islands Harbor where he started the Sea Scouts Ship 9201 program in conjunction with the Boy Scouts. He has also continued to serve as a Corporate Consultant for Sunn Classic Pictures, Inc.

Jerry suffered a stroke in 2005 but made a good recovery diprolene en ligne. He was hospitalized with heart problems earlier this year and has been battling other health problems including cancer for the last several months. He was a friend to many in the Valley and will be deeply missed.

The family indicates that a memorial service will he scheduled after the holidays where friends can pay their respects. We will provide an announcement was soon as details are known. The children are with Char in this time of sadness and for now they have asked not to be contacted and to be given time to grieve as a family.

Thank you to Carole Hagle and Missy Stayton for providing information of Jerry’s death.

1 comment to Jerry Virnig ( – 2012)

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    Jean Bergenstal reports:

    Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2012 08:24:27 -0800
    From: Bergenstal

    A holiday wreath has been hung on the Clubhouse in loving memory. He loved this neighborhood. We’re planning to have a solar light shine on it but it has to get sunny enough to activate it. I hope everyone thinks of Jerry when they see it. We miss him already.


    Rosemary Allison also says:

    Beautiful memorial that you posted. He was such a presence in our community, we have lost a great man. My prayers and thoughts are with Char at this time.

    I have asked Supervisor Linda Parks to commemorate his contributions to our community in an official capacity from the Ventura County Board of Supervisors.

    When the time is right please convey my sympathy to Char.

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