Virginia A. O'Haren
March 3, 1936 – January 4, 2019
Virginia Ann O’Haren (Ginny) was born on March 3, 1936, in Creighton Pennsylvania, the middle of three children born to Alfred Kobylinski and Cecelia Stovcik Kobylinski. While attending Penn State University she met her husband of 59 years, Thomas J. O’Haren. Ginny was a devoted wife to Tom and mother to their six children. She spent many years supporting Tom’s business and the children’s academic and athletic endeavors. Ginny also enjoyed playing golf and tennis with Tom and with Ladies groups. Ginny was affectionately named Gigi by her twelve adoring grandchildren. Gigi has a special bond with her grandchildren who she loved very much. Gigi also loved her many pet Labrador retrievers, but especially her favorite, Dooly. Ginny was a great supporter of Penn State and created a scholarship in the College of Health and Human Development to support students there. She supported her Church, St. Ann’s and was appreciative of their pastoral care in later years. Ginny is survived her brother Alfred Kobylinski and her six children and twelve grandchildren: Michelle O'Haren and Scott Methvin of Laguna Beach, California, Tim and Michelle O'Haren and their son Tommy of Alpharetta, Georgia, Terry and Danielle O'Haren and their daughters Renny and Anna of Atlanta, Georgia, Anne and Tim Huckabee and their children, T.J., Sean and Shanley of Dallas, Texas, David and Brandi O'Haren and their children, Kallie, Kasey and Davey of Marietta, Georgia and Mary O'Haren Delmer and her daughters, Koble, Wellie and Cecilia of Atlanta, Georgia. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Ginny’s honor Friday, January 11, 2019 at 2:00pm at Saint Ann’s Catholic Church, 4905 Roswell Road, Marietta, Ga. 30062. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Penn State University (1 Old Main, University Park, PA 16802) with instructions that your contribution be added to the O’Haren Family Trustee Scholarship in the College of Health and Human Development.
- Memorial Mass Friday, January 11, 2019
Virginia A. O'Haren
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