Virginia Alice Danter, 71, of Browns Mills, NJ passed away in her sleep on Sunday, October 17, 2021. She was born in Mount Holly, NJ and graduated from Rancocas Valley High School. Virginia worked many years for Western Union before becoming disabled. She was known by many loved ones as "Ginny." After...
Virginia Alice Danter, 71, of Browns Mills, NJ passed away in her sleep on Sunday, October 17, 2021. She was born in Mount Holly, NJ and graduated from Rancocas Valley High School. Virginia worked many years for Western Union before becoming disabled. She was known by many loved ones as "Ginny." After becoming disabled, she enjoyed feeding her birds and watching the deer. She loved her family very much.
Virginia is survived by her loving husband of 43 years, Charles R. Danter. She was a devoted mother to 5 children: Chad L. Danter (Karen) of Jackson, TN; Regina A Hill (Taylor) of Jackson Springs, NC; Charles F. Danter; Susan W. McIlwee; and Charles H. Danter. She was a loving grandmother to Jessica Ann McKenzie (Dillon) of Jackson Springs, NC; Kevin Andrew Turpyn (Jessica) of Wilmington, NC; Virginia Alice King (Jason) of Benton, AR; Benjamin William Danter (Cheyenne) of Golden, Colorado, along with 20 other grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Virginia leaves behind 6 siblings: Christine Goodfellow of Southampton, NJ; Larry Hall of Dover, DE; Mary Hall of Mount Holly, NJ; Betty Alvater (Paul) of Lumberton, NJ; William Hall (Pam) of Tabernacle, NJ; and Pam Giberson (Danny) of Southhampton, NJ along with several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents: Norman Hall and Alice Hall of Lumberton, NJ.
A graveside service will be held 2pm Friday, October 22, 2021 at St. Joseph's Cemetery and Mausoleum, located at 240 Lower Landing Rd. Blackwood, NJ 08012.
We're so sorry Ginny had to leave us so soon! We hoped to have her around much longer.
Our hearts go out to Charlie and the family as well was friends who remember Ginny fondly.
We'll miss Ginny's laugh and the way she told a story; very unique just as she was. She loved feeding the birds and watching wildlife from her windows.
We're sorry for all she endured through the years.
She loved her family dearly, especially Charlie.
Sending prayers for all who are left behind.
We'll miss you, Ginny Danter!
Debbie & Clyde
Mary C. Hall
October 21, 2021 5:26 PM
"Can't talk to" her anymore.
Mary C. Hall
October 21, 2021 5:03 PM
Sent a first message, too.
Luv yah, always. To Ginny.
Mary C. Hall
October 21, 2021 4:37 PM
Gin, was my sister. We were close in age. About a year and a half apart. So, we grew up together as playmates. And, I guess, people would ask if we were twins when little. But, no, we were not.
I miss her deeply.
It is a difficult time, right now. Hard to believe she is gone. But, she will always be in my heart, forever.
We even worked at Western Union for many years, together. In fact, she helped get me a job there. Many friends will deeply miss her. And cherished memories are part of our lives forever.
Can't call her on the phone.
Can't test her anymore. I am sad, very very sad.
Didn't expect her to be gone so quickly. In fact, last texted her on October 8th and 9th, 2021.
She will be buried on my Birthday, and I am honored to have her in on thoughts on my birthday.
Since I did not get a chance to say Goodbye to Gin.
"Luv Yah", as she would say on the telephone,
October 21, 2021 2:50 PM
Dear Randy -- It is sad that Ginny has passed. Sympathy for your loss of her companionship.
Prayers are said for her and for the family.
Take care -- Trudy Rieck-Pannapacker