Virginia Dell Doster



Virginia Dell Doster, 86, of Amarillo, TX passed away on February 18, 2022.

Private family services will be held.

Virginia was born in Moody, TX on July 24, 1935, to Nadine and Archie Henager. She married the love of her life, Tony Doster, on March 1, 1952, in Mercedes, TX. Together they celebrated almost 70 years of marriage.

Virginia was active in the Amarillo community. She served as the Assistant Vice President of Western National Bank, the Assistant to the President of Amarillo College, and as the Senior Secretary for Amarillo College Foundation, from which she retired. She was a volunteer for CASA and was the volunteer of the year in 2005 where she was honored for her unselfish dedication and unparalleled contributions to the abused and neglected children of Amarillo. Virginia was a member of the Panhandle Professional Writers group. She was also a member of The Church at Quail Creek. Her passion was her family, and she was an example of the Proverbs 31 woman. Other passions were writing, reading, sewing, quilting, and cooking (her pecan pie put Betty Crocker to shame).

Virginia was preceded in death by her mother, Nadine Henager; father, Archie Henager; and sister, Jeanie Henager.

She is survived by her husband, Tony Doster; daughter, Kathe Doster Tow, of Amarillo, TX; son, Rodgers Doster, of Amarillo, TX; daughter, Beth Meyer and husband Ken, of Amarillo, TX; grandchildren, Tiffani Tow, of Austin, TX, Brandon Doster, of Brownwood, TX, Desiree Doster-Acree and husband Donovan, of Little Elm, TX, Stephanie Davis and husband Hank, of Grapevine, TX, Nathan Meyer, of Colorado, Trevor Meyer, of Amarillo, TX, and Colby Meyer and wife Jamie, of Amarillo, TX; eleven great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren; and brothers, Al Henager and wife Katy, of Kansas City, MO, and Mark Henager and wife Carla, of Plano, TX.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be given towards the Jeanie L. Henager Memorial Scholarship in Associate Degree Nursing,, or CASA,

6 Replies to “Virginia Dell Doster”

  1. I worked with Virginia at Western National Bank. I was a young man and remember her as a seasoned banker and a very nice person. It’s funny how you remember the really good people and the really bad people that you cross paths with in life. She was definitely one of the good ones!

    1. Thank you for sharing your memory. We’re so glad she touched your life in a positive way. She had a way of doing that. God bless you.

      The Doster family

  2. Virginia was truly a joy to work with. She was at the Foundation when I started and was always so helpful and so cheerful. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

  3. Knowing Virginia was one of the highlights of my time at the Amarillo College Foundation. She was such a lovely lady!

  4. Deepest condolences to the family! May the God of hope give you peace and comfort as your grief her parting. She’s now in our future and not our past! Until we meet again beautiful woman.

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