Wickenburg lost one of its beautiful ladies when Virginia "Ginny" D. DeVore passed away on February 17, 2013, at the age of 78. Ginny and her husband, Richard, have made Wickenburg their residence and winter home since 1998. She is survived by her husband, Richard A. DeVore; two daughters: Patty de Oliveira and husband Luiz, of Brazil, Amy Sullivan Merritt and husband Rob, of Chicago; a sister, Elinor Smith of Tribune, KS; a stepdaughter Ashley DeVore of San Francisco; a stepson Richard S. DeVore and wife Mimi, of New York; five grandchildren; two step-grandsons; two great grandchildren; and her 104 year old stepmother, Margaret Rice, of Wichita. Her husbands, Robert Moore and Wendell Sullivan, preceded her in death, as did her son Robert Moore Sullivan, parents Marguerite and Dean Rice, and a sister Karen McNaughten. While in Wickenburg she was involved with the Del Webb Center for Performing Arts and spawned the concept of Cowgirl Up for the Desert Caballeros Western Museum. She enjoyed time with her family, entertaining, golf, travel, and - as all that knew her will attest - clothes, jewelry and shoes. She was a fashionable and elegant lady who was deeply loved by all her family and friends. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Del Webb Center for Performing Arts or the Desert Caballeros Western Museum. There will be a celebration of Ginny's life at the Los Caballeros Golf Club, Friday, March 1, 2013 from 5:00-6:30PM. All of her many friends and acquaintances are invited.