Virginia Burgoyne (Burgoyne) Wolf

Born: Sat., Oct. 9, 1920
Died: Mon., Mar. 15, 2021


Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Thu., Mar. 18, 2021


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LEICESTER:

 

Virginia Estelle Burgoyne Wolf; a direct descendent of English General John Burgoyne; age 100, passed away Monday, March 15, 2021, at Porter Hospital in Middlebury.

 

Mrs. Wolf was born in Jersey City, NJ on October 9, 1920. She was the daughter of James L. and Helen (Quinn) Burgoyne. She grew up in Jersey City where she received her education. She served during WW II, at Ft. Demoines, Iowa and Camp Crowder, MO. She was predeceased by her husband; Henry E. Wolf in 1969. She then moved to Leicester to make her home, moving from Red Bank, NJ. Virginia was very active in her town, serving as a lister, was appointed to the zoning board and served on the board for Otter Valley Union High School. She had served on the board and as president of Project Independence. She was involved with Elderly Services, R.S.V.P., the Lake Dunmore-Fern Lake Association. She had also served on the board for Shard Villa, Horizon Club Advisory and the National Bank of Middlebury. She had been a communicant at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Brandon.

 

She is survived by one son; J. Lee Baker of Goshen, a granddaughter; Stephani Pizzi-Miller of Camas, WA, a nephew; Lawrence B. Green & his wife Loretta of Weybridge and her daughter-in-law; Patricia Baker of San Diageo, CA. 3 great grandchildren, 2 great, great grandchildren and several grandnieces also survive her. In addition to her husband she was also predeceased by her siblings; J. Lawrence Burgoyne, Jr and Helen M. Green.

 

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, March 18, 2021, at 11 AM, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Brandon. The Rev. Maurice Moreau, pastor will be the celebrant.

 

A private graveside committal service and burial will take place at a later date in George Washington Memorial Park Cemetery in Paramus, NJ.

 

Arrangements are under the direction of the Miller & Ketcham Funeral home in Brandon.

 

 

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Patti Gibney
   Posted Thu March 18, 2021
I will greatly miss my Grand Aunt Virginia (Aunt Ginny). She was a large presence in my growing up years and I'm grateful that we reconnected later in life. Aunt Ginny was a formidable and funny woman and I will carry her spirit with me.

Lorraine Savicki
   Posted Sat March 20, 2021
I'll always remember (Great) Aunt Ginny as a strong, independent woman who was quick to smile and laugh. My fondest memories of her are when we played games at her kitchen table when I was a child. I will miss her.

ROY & KATHY LENHARD
   Posted Sun March 21, 2021
We will always remember our Vermont Grandmother. She was such a wonderful person and we always enjoyed our little chats with her. She will be greatly missed. We are sending our prayers to her family at this difficult time.


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