King, Virginia C. LOUDONVILLE Virginia Campbell King, age 99, passed away of natural causes Thursday, January 21, 2021, at the Loudonville Assisted Living Residence. Born in Albany on April 24, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Robert J. and Mabel (Crannell) Campbell and her late stepmother, Marian (Griesman) Campbell. She was predeceased by her brother, Robert C. Campbell of Wrentham, Mass. Virginia grew up in Albany, was a graduate of the Albany Academy for Girls and Green Mountain Jr. College in Vermont. Virginia was married to the late Richard E. King on July 5, 1946, and shared with him 53 years of marriage until his passing in 1999. Together they moved to Loudonville in 1949 to raise their family. Virginia spent most of her time as a homemaker, but also dedicated her time as a volunteer at Albany Memorial Hospital and as a founding member of the Loudonville Presbyterian Church. She enjoyed tending to her garden, antiquing, and spending summers at their home on Cape Cod in Falmouth, Mass. Virginia is survived by her children, Cheryl K. (Russell) Little of Dade City, Fla. and Richard C. (Margaret) King of Newtonville; her grandchildren: Justin K. (Liza) Little of Land O' Lakes, Fla., Jason C. (Julie) King of Baltimore, and Lindsey E. King of San Diego; her six great-grandchildren; and by many friends from her long association with the Loudonville Presbyterian Church. Her family wishes to thank the Loudonville Assisted Living Residence for the care and kindness they extended during Virginia's stay there. Due to Covid considerations, a private graveside service will be held. Extended family and friends are invited to watch virturally by visiting the 'Parker Bros. Memorial Funeral Home, Inc' Facebook page. A memorial service will be held for friends and family at a date to be determined. To remember Virginia in a special way, please consider a donation to the Memorial Fund of the Loudonville Presbyterian Church, 22 Old Niskayuna Road, Loudonville, NY 12211. Condolence book and memorial page at bowenandparkerbros.com
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Published by Albany Times Union on Jan. 24, 2021.