OBITUARY

Eugene Alvin Minso

June 29, 1938January 13, 2021

Born in Blossburg, Pennsylvania, June 29, 1938, Eugene A. Minso left this troubled life behind for his eternal home in heaven on Wednesday January 13, 2021. He was predeceased by Christina D’Angelo Minso, in his words, “a perfect wife,” for nearly 56 years.

He moved throughout the United States finding wonderful friends in each, before settling to Lynchburg, VA as a long time resident. Recently he moved to West Melbourne, FL to be with his newlywed wife, Donna. He is also survived by his six children, Michael (Susan), Joseph (Mireya), Tamara (Troy), Gene (Teri), Seth, and Joshua (Katie), many of whom honored and showered him in their selfless love mirroring their mother’s legacy in her absence. He was grandfather and great grandfather to 17, Meredith, (Chloe & Trent), Ashley, Vincent, Joseph, Mitchel, Nicholas, Heather (Graham, Kasen), Amber (Avery, Austin), Nathaniel, LeiLana, and Willow.

Family will honor his wishes with a private graveside burial as he is laid to rest with his late wife in Bedford.

Services

  • Graveside Services will be Private

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kitty wood

January 24, 2021

l dated Gene for 18 months, and he took me on several trips. He always showed me respect, kindness, and a wonderful time. l did go to Florida to see him, and stayed 3 weeks. l will miss him, and his facebook and messages. my deepest sympathy to his family, Donna, his wife, and 6 wonderful children, and many grandchildren.
Gene is with GOD now, he is at peace and no more pain.

jean & John Roller

January 23, 2021

Gene was a very nice man.We knew him from construction & then when he owned the Line-X store in Lynchburg. We'll remember him fondly.

Barbara Bostic

January 22, 2021

Gene was a good friend to many. Our connection was through the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce. I knew him to be a dependable chamber member with a sincere wish to promote and support his fellow business acquaintances. I remember fondly the twinkle in his eyes when he spoke of his "bride". His family was very important to him and it's comforting to know he's at rest and at home with his bride. RIP, Gene.

Valerie Graham

January 19, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Gene‘s passing. He and Chris were a wonderful couple. I have been praying for him and his new wife, Donna. I know he will be missed by all who knew him.

Marilyn Sammut

January 18, 2021

He was always there when you needed someone to talk to. He was a great friend. Gene I hope you rest in peace.

Dick Vargeson

January 18, 2021

The first few years of our lives we were like brothers. We got separated and through the magic of the computer we were reunited. Meaning so much to all concerned. Now we're separated again but will meet again in the future. R.I.P. Gene. Love You cousin/friend.

Chuck Paffie

January 18, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of his passing. Many found memories of camping with you all. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Chuck

Sharon Mastoon

January 18, 2021

He was a great friend and human being. I remember celebrating his birthday with his kids in 2019. To Donna I feel so bad for you. Gene loved you so much. RIP dear Gene

Georgetta Kreis

January 18, 2021

Dear Tami,

I am sorry to read of his death!

He was a Praying kind of person and I called on him to be in Prayer for me and I ALWAYS felt as though he was. I am so glad to have known him!

My Deepest and Sincerest Sympathy for YOU and ALL of those he left behind.

Donna Minso

January 18, 2021

He was such an inspiration to me. He was my prayer warrior. He will always be remembered to me.

FROM THE FAMILY