Virginia Herb Collingwood

RICHMOND, Virginia

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When I lived in Williamsburg, I knew Toni from St. Martin's Wednesday's Healing Services. She and Loy were such delightful and faithful people. It was 14 years ago this week that I was in Rome and brought back a Rosary to Toni from one of the Cathedrals. She was so surprised that I thought of her, but it was always a pleasure to think of Toni. She shared her gentle kindness with all who knew her.
God's peace to all the family, Joyce

I knew Toni from my time at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Williamsburg. I will always remember her beauty,her sweet soft voice, and that great laugh of her's. I think Toni lived her life as a gift from God. She will be missed!
Diane Bishop

Mrs. Collingwood, as we all called her in our home, will be greatly missed. Toni tutored our son when he was in 3rd grade. He LOVED working with her. Recently when he was home, he went to visit her. I think that was a special meeting for both of them...him to be able to thank her and her to see him as a productive adult. Toni was a real treasure to many. Our sympathy to her family.


Virginia's Obituary

Virginia Herb "Toni", Collingwood was born in Easton, PA, the daughter of the late Edith Kelly and John Willis Herb. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 52 years, Loy Cotton Collingwood II, and their youngest daughter, Courtney Willis Collingwood.She is survived by...

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