Virginia Ann Albers

August 20, 1947September 14, 2010

Albers, Virginia A.

Born on August 20, 1947 in Klamath Falls, Oregon; peacefully passed away on September 14, 2010 in Elk Grove. Preceded in death by her parents, Adrianna & Raymond Albers. She is survived by her extended families, friends & co-workers. Virginia retired from the State of California Department of Rehabilitation as a Senior Accounting Officer for 37 years. Family and friends are invited to attend a visitation service on Sunday, September 19, 2010 from 10:00am to 4:00pm at Harry A. Nauman & Son Funeral Chapel 4041 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento, and a Funeral Service on Monday, September 20, 2010 at 1:00pm also at Harry A. Nauman & Son. Interment will follow at Sacramento Memorial Lawn Cemetery 6100 Stockton Blvd in Sacramento. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a charity of your choice.


  • Visitation Sunday, September 19, 2010
  • Funeral Service Monday, September 20, 2010

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Roberta Manzitto-Collings

September 20, 2010

My memories of Virginia go many years back to the ealrly 60's as my cousin Jo and I were always wantimg to hang out with her and her ftiends... Memories... many fun times during the hoildays... year after year, she was part of the family and made so many people happy with her love and acceptance. Eternal peace and love is with her, I am sure ot it...

Phyllis Kendall

September 18, 2010

I will miss you Virginia. Perhaps now you & Jim can go on that cruise we always talked about. Heaven is truly blessed now that you've gone back home.

Naomi Grijalva

September 16, 2010

Aunt Virginia you will be missed so much. I just wanted to thank you for accepting me and my little boys as apart of the family, the holidays will never be the same without you. We will all miss you xoxo

Veronica Foster

September 16, 2010

you will always be remembered by the relaxing glow and the calming aroma that will fill our home when a candle is burning. We love and will miss you very much.

Connie Krause

September 16, 2010

Virginia, my darlin girl, you welcomed me with 0pen arms and living room furniture upon my arrival at my new home in sacramento. I will be grateful always. I miss watching you eat with gusto on our lunch dates. cheeseburger sliders and french fries will remind me of our last meal together and on that day I noticed your beautiful blue eyes for the first time. there is new beauty in paradise today. rest in peace.Connie krause, West Sacramento

steve foster

September 16, 2010

Not many people in life are as unselfish as Virginia was. She always put other first, and was a joy to just sit and hang out with. I will miss you very much Auntie.

Suzanne Smith

September 16, 2010

I will miss you very much. I saw me in you as we had some common ground. I loved your laugh and smile. I loved how fisty you were, you were always your true self, and always encouraging. Your good heart will take you far in heaven. Love you always and forever.

Elisa Gouveia

September 16, 2010

Virginia and her mother were incredibly kind and giving people. They shared their lives with my family and we were definitely the better for it. Her support for myself as I grew up and my children , was much more than we could have ever expected. She will be missed in a way that I do not have words for. She fought until the end and I will never forget or stop loving her.

Kelley Cook-Galicinao

September 16, 2010

Rest in Peace Virginia, knowing there were many who were fortunate to have known you. You will forever be appreciated for the many kind things you did unselfishly for others, and sincerely missed.

To Betty, Olga and Sandy.....Thank you for all you did for Virginia. You are truly remarkable, giving of yourselves to ensure she was cared for thru the most difficult of times.

Susan Foster

September 15, 2010

You were such an important part of the life of so many people who became your family and your close friends. We grieve your loss and so many memories of you are so vivid now. You were blessed to have so many wonderful, thoughtful, and caring family and friends. It was important to you to acknowledge those that did the most for you for the last 2 years who were your rock and helped in every way possible - Betty, Olga, and Sandy - three awesome women. I love you and forever.