Virginia Basilio
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Virginia “Ginny” A. Basilio, age 69, of Kennett Square passed away on Aug. 29, 2019. She was the beloved wife for 48 years of Anthony “Tony” N. Basilio, Jr.; loving mother of Anthony N. Basilio, III (Molly) and David J. Basilio (Lisa); sister of Richard L. Stevens, Mary E. Fissel, Linda K. Basilio (James A.) and Donna Shaffer; grandmother of David J., Emily E., Mia E., and Avery N. Also survived by two step-grandchildren, Mark and Kristen Rhodes and many nieces & nephews. A viewing will be on Thu., Sep. 5 from 6 to 8PM and on Fri. from 9 to 10:30AM at the LONGWOOD FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION of MATTHEW GENEREUX, 913 East Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square. A Funeral Mass will be at 11AM on Fri. Sep. 6, 2019 at St. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH, 212 Meredith Street, Kennett Square. Burial in St. Patrick Cemetery.

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Published in the Southern Chester County from Sep. 3 to Sep. 5, 2019.
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September 24, 2019
Tony and family, I cannot find adequate words to express my sorrow of Ginny's passing. I hope she and my Thekla will drink wine and tell stories till Tony and I join them.
Larry Lesure
September 5, 2019
Dear Tony and family,
I am so sorry for your great loss !! I can only say in consolation that although her life was way too short, you definitely had the best wife and mother that could be. You have so much pain now; but Ginny would not want you to dwell on that ... instead please concentrate on all of the giving and loving that was Ginny. It will lift your hearts when you can do that!
Kay Blackburn
September 2, 2019
Carl and I were both sorry to hear of Ginny's passing. She is at peace now.
Lorraine & Carl Accardi
August 31, 2019
Chris Gimbernat
August 31, 2019
Joseph Smith
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