Virginia Lee Marshall

Nov 15 1954
Mar 20 2020
65 Years
Parkesburg, Pennsylvania

Virginia Lee Marshall, 65, of Parkesburg, passed away on Friday, March 20, 2020, at her home, with her family.  She was the beloved wife of 38 years to her husband, Dennis Marshall.

Born in Norristown, Virginia was the daughter of the late Adeline (Bloomer) and Romeo Gingras.

She was a graduate of Methacton High School.

She had worked as an Administrative Assistant for Cigas Machine Shop of Coatesville. Also, she was a Store  Manager for Fante’s of Exton and a Teachers Aide for South Brandywine Middle School of Coatesville. 

Virginia had a green thumb and she thrived at gardening and landscaping.  She also enjoyed interior decorating, antique shopping with her husband, and was an amazing cook.  Virginia was a selfless person, always more concerned with others than herself, which led to her decision to adopt two sons from Korea and one daughter from Romania.  She was a protector, caregiver, a good friend and the backbone of her family and friends.  Virginia loved spending time with her family and she will be deeply missed by all who knew her.  

She is survived, in addition to her husband, by her three children: Rick, Mike and Maria; one grandchild: Richie; and two sisters Shirley Pitcher, Diana Dyer and a brother George Gingras. She was proceeded in death by her sister Adeline Shockley.

A Memorial Service for Virginia will be announced at a future date.  

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at


To the Marshall family, my prayers and love to you all. Rick, Mike, Maria, Denny she was a lovely person, a strong women. My heart is heavy for you all and you are in my prayers. Richie you were her world, she loved you so much. Prayers to you and my love.. Kerri and Jake Stauffer.

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Our prayers go out to the Marshall family.  Ginney will be missed by all who knew her.

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Sending prayers to all the Marshall family. She was such a kind soul with a big bright smile. She always made time to talk and really listen. May God comfort you all 

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