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Demaine Funeral Home

520 S. Washington St., Alexandria, VA

OBITUARY

Agnes Ruth Stanton

September 13, 1923May 23, 2020

Agnes Ruth Stanton

Agnes Stanton (96) of Alexandria, VA, formerly of Paramus, NJ and Mahwah, NJ, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 23, 2020. Beloved Wife of the late Walter B. Stanton, Sr. Cherished mother of Sharyn Hennessy (Jack) and the late Walter B. Stanton, Jr. Adored grandmother of John F. Hennessy III (Denise) and Sarah Alvarez (Paul), and great grandchildren Seamus and Tiernan Hennessy and Amelia and Owen Alvarez. Her brother, William Dorman, predeceased her.

Agnes worked as the head telephone operator for many years at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ. After she retired, she volunteered as a Gray Lady and then in the dietary department at Valley Hospital. Agnes was a devoted member of the Ramapo Reformed Church. She was the life of the party and loved socializing with her family and friends. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

A donation in her memory can be made to Ramapo Reformed Church,100 Island Road, Mahwah, NJ. 07430 https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/northjersey/obituary-place-an-obituary.aspx

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Joan Gilson

May 30, 2020

I knew Agnes when I worked at The Valley Hospital many years ago.Even though at our ages it is inevitable, I was saddened to read of her passing. We both attended luncheons with a small group of retirees for several years, often sitting together and reminiscing. I know she gave her best to Valley for many years as an employee and later, a volunteer. I have fond memories of her. I send my sincere sympathy to her family.

Joan Gilson

Lynn Rhatigan Wilson

May 28, 2020

Mrs. Stanton was our next door neighbor for all my life. She was a great friend to our family; my sisters and parents. Aggie ( as I called her) and my mom made the private Happy Hour mainstream :)

She always called me Lynn Ann even though the Ann was dropped by 7th grade. I will fondly remember Mrs. Aggie Stanton always. She was definitely the life of the party.

Sue Bonci

May 26, 2020

Sharyn, I have fond memories of the years we took our moms out for those September birthday lunches. Your Mom always livened up the conversation.