Virginia E. Dale nee Clark

March 14, 1951April 6, 2018

Virginia E. Dale (nee Clark) passed away suddenly into the arms of The Lord on April 6 ,2018. Born in Nassau County NY on March 14,1951 ,her family relocated to Pompano Beach where she grew up. Virginia graduated from Pompano Beach High in 1969, and earned a B.S . degree in 1973 from Florida State University. She eventually retired from Broward County in 2012. She is survived by her loving and devoted husband John, a stepson Aaron Vertrees of Louisville, Ky. and granddaughters Lilly and Cora Rose as well as her siblings, a sister Cindy Scevola (Art), brothers Warren Clark(Linda) and Gary Clark(Barbara) and several nieces and nephews all of whom she loved and adored. Virginia will be sorely missed by all her family and many dear friends. A Celebration of life Visitation will be held from 2-4pm and Memorial Service will be held 3pm on April 21, 2018. at Kraeer Funeral Home, 200 N. Federal Hwy. Pompano Beach, FL 33062.


  • John Dale, Husband
  • Cindy Scevola ( Art ), Sister
  • Warren Clark ( Linda), Brother
  • Gary Clark ( Barbara), Brother
  • Bill (Linda) Dale, Brother-in-law
  • John Aaron Vertrees, Stepson
  • Mrs. Dale leaves several nieces and nephews to cherish her memories


  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, April 21, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 21, 2018

Virginia E. Dale nee Clark

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Leanne Forseth

April 9, 2018

I loved my Aunt Gin very much and have many fond memories of her from my childhood. She was always caring and fun loving. At one point Aunt Gin lived with us and it felt like I had another older sister which I loved. We moved to Oregon when I was in High School so we didn't get to see or speak with her as often as we had in the past. It meant a lot to me when she attended my wedding and made the trip out to Oregon. We had a great time catching up and I will always cherish our time together. I will miss Aunt Gin, but always keep her in my heart and remember all of the fun times we had together.

Douglas Peacock

April 8, 2018

Virginia was a favorite cousin, and we will miss her greatly. She was full of life, loving, loyal and cared deeply for her friends and family. My last conversation with her was a small joy, she brushed my concerns for her aside, assured me all was fine and we talked of our families. We shared memories of my mother and hers, our family times together, and ended promising to call and talk again.

Bettye Cottongim

April 8, 2018

I remember Virginia as one who loved life and being around people. May God receive her and grant her peace. Prayers and love to John and family.