In Memory

Virginia Lee Montedonico



 
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03/07/18 03:39 PM #1    

Judy L. Johnson (Haccou)


03/09/18 07:10 AM #2    

Carolann McCain (Morykwas)

Virginia and I were at Mayfield Elementary together and we would walk to school together sometimes. P She was smart and it’s so sad because in those days looks were so important. Virginia was not that attractive in those days although it did get better. But she taught me on those walks that looks don’t matter, she was a lovely human being. 


03/10/18 08:54 AM #3    

Carol Schroeder

I too walked to school with Virginia when we went tp Paly together. She was a Beautiful person  some say "inside and out" she cared deeply for others and was always kind even no matter what may have been going thru. I will always remember the kindness she always showed me as well.I remember her also from choir as well and those crazy days with Madrigals and Marge Klein and all those that were involved in singing.  

 


03/10/18 09:48 AM #4    

Lorraine Penny (Tondino)

Virginia was one of my best friends from Jr. High and on.  We sang together in choir and then ended our high school career singing in Madrigals as Seniors.  She had such a sweet spirit and was so kind.  We kept in touch via Christmas cards and she had struggled with her health.  I am glad that she is no longer suffering!


09/08/18 10:45 AM #5    

Lorene Roache (Doucett)

Virginia was my first friend in second grade at Mayfield, we remained friends through Jordan and Paly. I remember hanging out at her house, and going shopping together. We went to the same Catholic church and shared our first communion. We grew apart.in high school, but still remained friends. I will alway remember her smile and friendliness. We both started playing violin, I switched to clarinet but she stayed with it. She was thorough in everything

she did.

I miss her. May her memory be a blessing.

Lorene Doucett (roache)


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