Fairbanks Community Says Goodbye to Virgie King

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Virgie Dunlap-King died in Seattle on May 5th while receiving medical treatment.
As an Army wife, she lived in Tennessee, Alabama and Germany, before finally settling down in Fairbanks in 1972.
Her education career took her to Tanana Middle School for 28 years.
She was also heavily involved within the community, volunteering at Fairbanks Community Food Bank, and even founding the African-American Student Leadership Conference which has been an annual event in Fairbanks for the past 32 years.
Virgie is survived by her children - Rufus King Jr. and Jessica King.