Virginia L. Wilfong

David Peake
July 15th, 2020
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2 comments
  • Anne Christian / July 23, 2020 at 7:18 am

    I was very saddened to hear about Ginny’s passing. I had just spoke to her maybe a month before when I was on her street and saw her standing at her front door. We had a nice conversation while I stood on her lawn talking with her. Knowing she has been a shut in for a while, I was happy to see her and told her I missed seeing her walk down for her mail in our community. Ginny was very appreciative when the community of Gwynedd Woods would bring her food from our 2 annual picnics that she was unable to attend. I am glad I got to know such a nice woman and neighbor. Rest in peace Ginny and I have sure you are happy to be reunited with your husband.

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  • Amanda Cimorelli / August 27, 2020 at 7:03 pm

    I grew up with Chot and Ginny on Crest Way in Gulph Mills. My family was very close to Ginny! We always shared a back yard and my mother Vivian and Ginny started their very own neighborhood watch before that became a “thing”. Every Holiday we would go and visit as they never had their own children but thought of us as family as we thought of them! My Mother has been trying to get a hold of Gin the past few weeks and feared this. We are so sad to hear of her passing and we wish we knew sooner! We LOVE you Ginny!! We know you are in peace with Chot once again! We will see you on the other side! xoxo

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