In 1886 Virginia Honeycutt’s Great Grandparents Homesteaded to Alamosa from New York. 56 years later, Virginia Pearl Honeycutt was born in Alamosa, CO to Walt and Alice Alsbaugh. She grew up the daughter of a legendary PRCA Stock Contractor with her brother Art and sister Betty.
In 1963, Virginia met her own Rodeo Cowboy, Best friend and very soon to be Husband, Roy Honeycutt. They were married for 55 years.
It was in the Fall of 1965 that Virginia met her One True Love, the One who had loved her before she was born and knit her together in her Mother’s womb. Virginia dedicated the rest of her life to serving Him. Jesus Christ was her Lord and Savior.
With Jesus at the helm, Roy and Virginia ran their own Rodeo Company for over 40 years. She and Roy traveled across the country and even the world producing rodeos. They always returned back home to Alamosa. They have 3 children whom they are very proud of: Jerry, Scott and Janet, 4 Grandkids: Tel, Orrin, Dawson and Riley, and one Great-Grandchild: Waycee.
Virginia treasured her family and friends. A service will be held to honor her on December 14, 2018 at College Heights Baptist Church @ 2:00pm.
If you feel led, Roy has asked that donations be made to College Heights Baptist Church of Alamosa, where they have worshiped and grown in The Lord for almost 50 years.