D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes - Foster Park

6301 Fairfield Ave, Fort Wayne, IN


Virginia Louise Habegger

June 2, 1935March 21, 2020

Virginia Louise Habegger, 84, of Fort Wayne, IN passed into her Heavenly Home at Parkview Randallia Hospital after a brief illness on March 21, 2020. She was a daughter of the late Reverend Tillman and Evelyn (Luginbill) Habegger. She lived in a Supported Living Home administered by Easter Seals ARC and worked at their ARC Workshop. She was a spunky, vibrant, social lady who loved God, her family, friends, Grace Point Church, and her ARC caretakers who lovingly cared for her. She is survived by her sister, Alice (Dennis) Berryman of Grover Hill, OH; two nephews, Kirk (Erica) and Craig (Dawn) Berryman both from Ohio; two great-nieces, Allison and Madelyn Berryman; and three great-nephews, Adam, Reece, and Eben Berryman. Virginia was also preceded in passing by her brother, Thomas Lee Habegger. A private graveside service will be held at the MRE Cemetery in Berne, Indiana with burial to follow. A Celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements made by D.O. McComb & Sons Foster Park Funeral home. Condolences can be made online at www.mccombandsons.com.


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Virginia Louise Habegger

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Marie Jewett

March 27, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing Virginia for many years and always delighted in what a sweet and funny lady she was. She was such a delicate little lady but she had a huge personality and she will be missed.

Thoughts and prayers to her family and loved ones,

Marie Jewett

Sherrie Floyd

March 25, 2020

I worked with Virginia back in 1974-78 when she moved from the Developmental Center to the Arc group home at Jamestown. We had a lot of great memories, from her 1st flight up to Michigan to dinner at the Moonraker, and later she attended my wedding with her boyfriend Ron Malone, and then my baby shower. Virginia had a great sense of humor and loved to talk and laugh. She was a small woman with a large and loving heart.

Lesli Scott

March 24, 2020

I just met Virginia in November and every time I went over there she just made me smile because she was always on the go moving around and staying busy. She was a sweet spirit.

Julie Sattison

March 23, 2020

Miss Virginia, as many of us called her for years, was a spirited and funny addition to our Sunday School class at Grace Point Church. I had the great privilege of being her teacher their for the last 6 years. Virginia had a beautiful voice and loved to sing songs bout her Jesus! Each time she came to class she would tell me why she picked the outfit she was wearing and she would blush if she was told how beautiful she looked. She will be missed by the whole class. There is a small hole in my heart knowing I won't see Virginia's face here on Earth again. But I am so excited to get to heaven some day and sing in the angel choir right along side her! 💗