Virginia Hicks

Virginia Hicks (Klingert)

Saturday, October 12th, 1912 - Monday, April 13th, 2020
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Virginia Hicks, age 107, of Oakwood, passed away Monday, April 13th, 2020. She was born October 12th, 1912 to Gertrude and Henry Klingert.

Because of COVID-19 and the social distancing that is mandated, we would lie to encourage you to support her family by sending a condolence, planting a tree, or share a story about Virginia here on her online Book of Memories.

There will be a Private Mass of Christian Burial at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church with Father Brian Phelps officiating. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery, Dayton. Arrangements are being handled by Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home (937-848-6651).
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Julie Cotterman

Posted at 08:48pm
I have known Ginny for many many years. She was one of our fav,orite customers at Marions.So glad that Roger and I saw her for her last birthday. She was such a sweet and loving person. She will be missed.❤

Lauren Kobes

Posted at 01:00am
Love from Grandpa Jim’s granddaughter😍❣️

Anna Louise

Posted at 11:03am
I am Leona (Klingert) Williams grand daughter, cousin Ginny was the sweetest, kindest, loving, happy lady, I was always inspired and touched by her active mind and spirit. It's no wonder God blessed this earth with her wonder for 107 years. I wish we would have known where she was sooner!! I wish someone would have let us know about her passing away & the funeral mass services. At least I was able to watch a live streaming of the funeral mass and I will visit her final resting place at Calvary. Peace Be With You Ginny, please hug Grandma, Dad & Teresa for me.

Antoinette Williams

Posted at 03:33pm
Alice and I visited cousin Virginia at Brookdale just before the President locked all residents in and no visitors were allowed.
We have all been amazed at Virginia's longevity and how alert she was.
Our cousin luncheons have always been a special get together but more so when we went to Virginia's favorite place,
Marion's Pizza, for pizza and beer. We even had her birthday parties there along with cake.
I am so sorry and sad that we were not allowed to attend her funeral mass. She will be remembered in our thoughts and
Our Sympathy and Love,
Annie Williams & Family

Sue witwer

Posted at 11:03pm
Cousin Virginia was well loved by all our family ❤️. She always liked going to lunches with all the cousins until care takers wouldn't allow it the last couple years. What a shame. She loved the roses and flowers I took her from my garden. Virginia will be missed. Rest in peace.

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