OBITUARY

Virginia J. Ropicky

April 5, 1934April 3, 2019

Obituary – Virginia J. Ropicky

In Loving Memory.

Virginia Josephine Ropicky

Born April 5, 1934 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Departed on April 3, 2019 – Mesa Arizona

Virginia joined God and all the angels peacefully on April 3, 2019 at 4:45pm surrounded by her loving family.

She was proceeded in death by her husband Gerald J Ropicky.

Virginia was the proud mother of JoAnn, Gerald P., Jeffery and Michael J Ropicky; with Son-in-Law Rick Dugan, and daughter-in-law’s Angie, Sally, and Marielle Ropicky

Virginia has one sister – Therese Sedlacek (Marty); and two brothers – Peter (Roberta) and Joseph (Paula) Crapitto.

She was a devoted Daughter, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Godmother.

Her parents Anna and Joseph Crapitto will greet her at the gates of heaven.

Grand Children: Aaron Penzkover, Amanda Cook, Alan Ropicky, Emily Ropicky, and Michael A. Ropicky

Great Grand Children: Ava Cook, Colton Cook

God Children: Dawn Thorp, Shelly Collins

Virginia has many relatives and friends throughout the WORLD who will mourn the loss of this very special lady.

Known to many…. Loved by all that met her.

HER LIFE WILL LIVE ON IN THE HEARTS AND MEMORIES OF ALL OF YOU!

Memorial Service :

Date: April 12, 2019

Time: 12:00pm

Location: Crescent Run Community Center Ballroom

8500 E. Southern Avenue

Mesa, AZ 85209

Donations to be made in Virginia’s name to:

Hospice of the Valley

Sherman Home

5801 E Mayo Blvd

Phoenix, AZ 85054

Services

No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
REMEMBERING

Virginia J. Ropicky

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Michael and Jean Naumann

April 7, 2019

We were shocked and surprised to here of Virginia’s passing. Our memories of Virg and Gerry are so vivid and happy memories.

Gerry and I worked together in Fort Atkinson. That’s when we made friends that have lasted a lifetime.

Virginia’s big laugh, love for her Family and Gerry, was always a topic of discussion. And always a laugh would follow. And let’s not forget what a “Fantistic Cook” she was.

All of our “500” Card Games that almost turned into Virg and my wife Jean, ready to kick our butts.

I can’t think of better Guardian Angels than Virginia and Gerry.

Our prayers and fond memories go out to her family and please always remember our loving thoughts will never end for Virginia and Gerry.

Dear Friends,

Michael and Jean Naumann Family
Amy Jo, Andrew Michael and Andrea Marie

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY