April 18, 1922 - December 22, 2011
Virginia L. Connor, age 89 of Latonia, KY passed away on Thurs., Dec. 22, 2011 at Rosedale Manor Nursing Home in Latonia, KY. She Retired from Railway Express in Cincinnati, Ohio as a Clerk. After Retirement, she worked as a Bartender and Server with the Former Turf Club in Latonia, KY., She was a member of the Fifty Plus Club at Holy Cross Church, Railway Express Ladies Auxiliary and she was also an Avid Horse Racing Fan and Card Player. Virginia was preceded in death by her Husband: Thomas L. Connor in 2009, Sister: Alice Jo Herrmann in 2009, Brothers: Harry Harper Cline, Jr. in 2006 and W. Richard Cline in 2011. She is survived by Her Sister: Jean Wing of South Bend, IN., Brother: Eldon Cline of Augusta, KY., Nieces & Nephews and a Dear Friend: Kit Marshall Beedle. The Visitation will be on Tues., Dec. 27, 2011 at Connley Brothers Funeral Home in Latonia, KY from 11 AM until the Funeral Service at 12 NOON. Entombment in Mother of God Cemetery in Fort Wright, KY. In Lieu of Flowers, Donations to: American Heart Association 5211 Madison Road Cincinnati, OH 45227 and/or American Diabetes Association 644 Linn Street Cincinnati, OH 45203. Online Condolences may be made at: www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
Gosh I will so miss Ginny. How we loved to reminisce – who will I do this with now. And we would sit up at night during visits and laugh hard at “Everybody loves Raymond” repeats. And we would talk sports & horseracing. Gosh I am so going to miss her. She was my family. I loved her.
Lisa and family:
Our thoughts and plans are with you and Ginny’s family. She was a wonderful and dear lady.
With prayers and condolences, Louise & Mike – friends of Kit
We are so sorry for our loss of Jenny. Mom and Jenny became pretty chummy as roomates and it made all of the difference in tolerating living there at Rosedale. The staff is wonderful with Mom and Jenny and loved to visit their room and hang sometimes. We have sent a donation to The American Diabetes Association. Sincerely, The Altevers Family
Jenny was such a special person, so filled with joy and compassion. I loved working with her in physical therapy through the years at Rosedale and am glad I had time to spend with her near the end. My son Jacob who is 7 says she will be missed. As Jenny always found time to help and talk with the little ones. His boyscout project was to find out how life was without TV and Jenny stepped up to the plate and sat with him for awhile explaining to him how different things were. We love Jenny and know she is with her husband who she loved so dearly. What a special Christmas they must be having. All of us will miss you!