Virginia Fenzl

Obituary
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Virginia (Yurack) Fenzl TROY - Virginia (Yurack) Fenzl, born April 14, 1940, 73, passed into everlasting peace surrounded by her family on April 3rd. Born in Troy, Virginia was the daughter of the late Carl Yurack and Virginia Chrystal Yurack. She was a graduate of Troy High School. Virginia was a model before raising her family. She had a lengthy career with Owen’s Corning Fiberglass and the New York State Department of Health. She instilled a love of Cape Cod summer vacations to her children and now her grandchildren. Her favorite hobby was shopping and she was an avid reader who was a regular at the North Greenbush public library. She was affectionately known as Bill and Aunt Ginny to close friends and family. Above all she loved and adored her Grandchildren. She was an unwavering fan of all their sport activities and hardly missed a baseball, softball or basketball game. She attended every school concert and play and was present at all prom pictures. In addition to her parents, she was recently predeceased by her brother in law, Michael Codella. Her survivors include her daughters Christina Bovee Curran (Michael) and Tonya Bovee Day (Scott); her beloved grandchildren, Jordan Curran, Jared Curran and Olivia Day; her sister Carolyn Hagymas-Codella and her brother Anton Yurack (Christine). Virginia is also survived by a niece, Kimberbly Hagymas Printup and nephews David Hagymas, Anton ”T” Yurack, Adam Yurack and Andrew Yurack along with 3 great-nephews and 2 great-nieces. The family would like to acknowledge the exceptional care and dignity that Virginia received by the Van Rensselaer Manor. Future services will be private.
Published in The Record on Apr. 25, 2014
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