Virginia Mary Aluni

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Ginny and my Mom were great friends from their years at the VA, starting their careers near the same time. Very fun and bubbly, our family enjoyed her as we were growing up and hearing of her from Mom as they stayed in touch after retiring. Ginny was the spark for any party. She said she had many pictures of their group and outings as young women, dances and music being among their interests. Wouldn't it be fun to see them! She planned on that, but next time we talked she was moving (from...

To me she was always Ms. Aluni as I met her 41 years ago at the age of 12. I delivered her paper and later mowed her yard. Her parents lived with her then and her father used to love to watch me mow the grass. He had a stroke and lost his speech but he would smile and waive. Ms. Aluni and I stayed in touch over the years and I visited her several times in her final years. I felt like she was family and always enjoyed talking to her. She was a great influence on me and she will live on in my...

Virginia will be missed greatly. My dog and I visited Virginia at Mount Olivet and I LOVED listening to the stories of her life. She was a wonderful woman!

It was a pleasure to know Virginia. I will miss her. I enjoyed her sense of humor, especially with other residents at Mt. Olivet Careview!

The world has its seasons of sadness, Its partings and tearful good-byes...But someday there will be only gladness when the Lord wipes all the tears from our eyes. There will be an all out celebration. One day when our time here is through, and our loved ones will say with elation,
Welcome home-I've been waiting for you!

In another home, in a happier place, in a beautiful will meet again.


Virginia's Obituary

Virginia Aluni passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 27, 2013.