Virginia K. Lockridge
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Virginia K. Lockridge

N. Chili - Friday, September 11, 2020 at age 84. Predeceased by her husband, David. Survived by her children, Barbara (Marius) Rappenecker, Daniel Lockridge, and Mary (James) Walworth; grandchildren, Katherine (Andres) Rappenecker, Kristin Rappenecker, Zackariah (Jessica) Walworth and Jebadiah (Sarah) Walworth; great-granchildren, Skylar, Zackariah J., Mason and Eleanor; dear friend, Barbara Sheets; and many nieces and nephews. Ginny was a longtime member of St. Christopher's Church and will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

Friends are invited to her Funeral Mass Wednesday 11:00AM at St. John the Evangelist Church, 55 Martha St. Spencerport, NY 14559. Interment, Holy Ghost Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.

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Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle from Sep. 12 to Sep. 13, 2020.
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September 15, 2020
I want to express the condolences of the Welch family to you and your sisters and their families on the death of your mother. She was a compassionate lady.
Hope to make it to the service at St. Johns.

Elaine Welch
September 15, 2020
Dear Barbara, Daniel, Mary & Families,
As you well know, your dear mother/mother-in-law/grandmother was a very sweet, loving, and devout person. It was such an honor for me to bring her Communion every weekend throughout her time at Wedgewood Nursing Facility. Her deep faith was such an inspiration to me and to so many others with whom she came in contact. I have missed being able to visit her each week since the pandemic hit in March.

I will be unable to attend her Funeral Mass tomorrow, because I moved to Atlanta the end of July to live near my two children and to meet my first grandchild, who was born in March. Because Ginny loved babies so much, she was the very first person I told about my becoming a grandmother. I will always treasure the memory of the big, beautiful smile that came across her face and the excitement that she expressed for me! She said, “Being a grandma will be one of the best things that will happen to you this side of heaven!” How right Ginny was! She loved being a grandma, and she was so very proud of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren! She would give me regular updates on all of them. I can still see the pictures of darling Mason and Eleanor on her wall. I also loved her beautiful wedding photos! She is now reunited with your dad and is at her best, never to suffer from Parkinson’s again!

May God bless a special lady’s family with consolation and peace at this very difficult time of sorrow! You will continue to be in my daily prayers.

With my deepest sympathy,
Eleanor Walker
Eleanor Walker
September 14, 2020
Ginny was the most religious, caring, honest, Beautiful person and loved by all. I truly have missed her this past year. She had a direct flight to Heaven. I know she is so happy as this is what she wanted for so many years. RIP. Love your sister, Beth
Elizabeth Adams
September 13, 2020
Ginny had a wonderful, heartfelt laugh that I’ll always remember.She was such a special sisterfriend to Mary McDonnell... and she followed Mary from Westwood assistive living to Wedgewood Nursing/Rehab. Home and now to Heaven. Ginny truly enjoyed going to the Notre Dame Retreat house in Canandaigua and the Padre Pio chapel in Gates...... especially when the trips included stopping for an ice cream cone! Ginny, you tell it like it is..... so I’ll do the same: We love you!
Peggy Kerr
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