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Virginia (Sands) Deane

31 diciembre , 193611 octubre , 2020

Virginia Mary (Sands) Deane, 83, of Staunton passed away on Sunday, October 11, 2020 at Augusta Health.

Born December 31, 1936 in San Diego, CA, she was the daughter of the late Eugene Thomas and Mary (Keane) Sands.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert Dabney Deane, Jr.; and her sister, Joan Sands.

Virginia was a member of Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church. Being a local artist and heavily involved with the art community in Staunton, she was active with the Beverly St. Studio School and the CoArt Gallery.

Survivors include her three children, Jennifer Sands Deane of Staunton, Virginia Deane Bushman and husband, Scott of Fredericksburg, VA, and Thomas H. Deane and wife, Lizneth of Fayetteville, NC; and two granddaughters, Erin Sarver and husband, Steven, and Anna Deane.

Following cremation, a graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church Cemetery, 28 Old Stone Church Road, Fort Defiance, with Rev. Bill Reinhold officiating. Those who plan to attend are asked to meet directly at the cemetery.

There will be no formal viewing or visitation at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, those desiring may make memorial contributions to the Staunton-Augusta Rescue Squad, 1600 N. Coalter St., Staunton, VA 24401.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes of Staunton.

Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories with the family online by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com

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  • In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert Dabney Deane, Jr.; and her sister, Joan Sands.


    Survivors include her three children, Jennifer Sands Deane of Staunton, Virginia Deane Bushman and husband, Scott of Fredericksburg, VA, and Thomas H. Deane and wife, Lizneth of Fayetteville, NC; and two granddaughters, Erin Sarver and husband, Steven, and Anna Deane.

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  • the Staunton-Augusta Rescue Squad, 1600 N. Coalter St., Staunton, VA 24401
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Penny Matallana

14 octubre , 2020

I met Dinny in the early 90’s when my mom Jacqueline Heaslip and Dinny became acquainted through BSSS and Co-Art. I enjoyed Dinny’s company greatly and she was such a talented artist. Her spirit and soul will live on in her artwork. I had the pleasure of enjoying her company as a fellow sketcher this past winter when Sketch Staunton met at the Blackburn Inn and Crucible Coffee. She was so happy to hang out and do her thing.🥰

Shay Clanton

14 octubre , 2020

I knew Deaney for many years .She was so enthusiastic and insightful about my paintings and I always learned from her .She was a wonderful painter ,though she would never say so herself.I truly appreciated her openheartedness and her kindness and her sense of fun .She was a true artist and a delightful person .I will miss her very much .
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Sylvia Gibbs

13 octubre , 2020

I met Dinny shortly after I moved to Staunton in 1977. We have gone to art shows together for many years and shared many meals and laughter. We are in CoART together and spent many hours talking about our lives. While she was still working for Leggetts, Dinny, Mary and I had life drawing sessions at the large room in Mary Baldwin’s art building. There are many great memories and she will be missed.

Terry Boyle

12 octubre , 2020

Dear Ginger and family,
I've known your mom for a long time. Whenever I saw her, she was always so happy and her smile was so sunny. What a lovely lady. May your cherished memories of her provide you with peace and comfort. Keep care.

Jan Olsson

12 octubre , 2020

I met “Dinny” through my friendship with Mary Echols when I was an art professor at Mary Baldwin College (as it was known then). She participated in a number of workshops that I lead for the Beverley Street Studio School, and faithfully attended all art shows in town. Always self effacing, “Dinny” was a gifted artist, with a talent and sensibility she disparaged in words but expressed with vigorous independence and skill when drawing or painting. She also had a wry sense of humor, often self mocking, as well as a generous, inclusive spirit that delighted others. She’ll be greatly missed among her friends and fellow artists.

Maribeth Nolde

11 octubre , 2020

As a former member of Co Art Gallery, I always received kind, friendly greetings and support from Dinny. She was always upbeat, bright, and smiling. What a wonderful person and artist she was.

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