OBITUARY

Virginia "Ginny Ann" Giannetto

December 6, 1963February 28, 2019
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Virginia "Ginny Ann" Giannetto was born on December 6, 1963 and passed away on February 28, 2019.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Celebration of Life Gathering with Viewing Saturday, March 9, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Visitation from 2-5 pm and 7-9 pm with Prayer Service at 3 pm
REMEMBERING

Virginia "Ginny Ann" Giannetto

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Amy Governale

March 8, 2019

We are cousins from marriage.I meet you are few times .But we were both nurses .You were giving me encouragement to go on for my nurse practitioner classes .I admired you a lot .I only wish we could of spend time together.One day we will in heaven .I will miss you so much from not seeing you on face book .I love you for all the good you are .Amy

Michael Fortenberry

March 8, 2019

Me,ginny,david,mom .brads 1st birthday

Joseph Giannetto

March 6, 2019

Virginia my daughter in-law you have made my son what he is today I will never forget what you have done to help save Corey’s life you went above and beyond to make sure we had the best doctors to save his life you are my angel and will always be my angel when I needed to talk to someone you was always there thank you for everything that you have done you will be sadly missed by me and everyone in our family god bless you for ever love you always. PAPA joe

Jay Mensing

March 6, 2019

I remember visiting where the family lived in downtown EG across from Cumberland farms , Mike, David and Virginia and their mom. I remember it like yesterday, knock on the door, David lifting weights in the kitchen, Virginia walking around with wet hair and a towel around her head and picking up Mike to go buy another Tom Petty cassette, playing football on weekends or just throwing the football in front of Almacs until 2am during the week...Good times, a long time ago...Even though I haven't seen you guys in 30+ years I still have memories of all those fun times and that's something you'll always have with your sister and daughter...Enjoy every moment, take care,
Jay

Elaine “the bean” Long

March 6, 2019

Ginny, you were the bright part of my living at Sophia Little Home. Thank you for being so nice to me there! Memories I’ll never forget from there are the song Keep on Loving You by REO Speedwagon and how we had to get on the intercom to let you know it was on the radio. Another funny memory was when we had a bat in the house and we had our garbage cans on our heads so it wouldn’t get in our hair. I was so happy to reconnect with you on Facebook a few years ago. I’m so sad for all you went through and while I’m sorry you had to go I’m glad you’re no longer sick. Rest In Peace beautiful lady!

Joe Giannetto

March 4, 2019

To the most beautiful person in the world my heart and soul my best friend
My wife virginia you made me who I am today being around you made me a better person you were always so happy funny loving caring smart beautiful so many words that can't do justice so many fun times we had together always there for me the room always brightend if you were there I am going to miss you so much you always told me i was your superhero but truly you are mine be the angel you always were and be at peace i will always have you in my heart we will see each other soon love always your best man joey

Arleen Haynes

March 4, 2019

Remembering the little girl who lived across the street and played with my little girl. Remembering the young lady who had style and class going off to work in her high heeled shoes! Remembering the kind and generous woman who laughed easily and was smart as a whip.
Remembering the strength and grit with which you handled this life-stealing illness that snuck up and overtook you!
You are so loved, Ginny Ann. You are finally at peace and in a much better place. Of that, I am sure. You are missed so very much by so many. All who loved you.

Until we meet again, I bid you goodnight, sweet lady. I will never forget you!
Love, "Aunty Peachy".

Michael Giannetto

March 4, 2019

My sweet beautiful loving sister. I don’t know where to start! We had so many special moments from going to spend time with my grandma when she was sick to getting pulled over by the police because we were doing donuts in the parking lot. You always made me know I was better than what I was. Always stayed on top of me to push the envelope. Remember that time we had to go on a recuse mission in the middle of the night to get Todd and I had to drive your car. I was only 14 driving the Elantra. I will miss you forever Virginia! Till we meet again.
Your brother Michael Giannetto

Janet Fortenberry

March 4, 2019

I’m absolutely broken hearted over the death of my daughter. There will never be anyone like her. We were best friends. She was a wonderful mother to her three sons. I will love and miss her for the rest of my life. Love Mom

David Fortenberry

March 4, 2019

There are so many great memories I could share, I almost dont know where to start. You were always there for me my beautiful sister. So unselfish and truly loving. So many late nights playing Super Mario. You were such a big part of my entire life thru our childhood, funny dances, trick or treating with pillow cases to carry the candy, roller skating, raising kids, I truly cherish every single memory.
I am so very grateful to be able to call myself your brother. Thank you for EVERYTHING my angel. I will miss your laugh and especially making you laugh.
I love you forever and you will be with me always.

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