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Virginia Belliveau

Virginia F. Belliveau

Sunday, April 14th, 1912 - Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
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Virginia F. Belliveau, 108, passed away September 15, 2020 at The Village at East Farms, Waterbury. She was born in Hartford, the daughter of the late Albert F. and Ida (Baxter) Belliveau on April 14, 1912, the day the Titanic hit the iceberg. Virginia lived in the Hartford area most of her life, first with her mother, then with moved to Wethersfield with her sister and brother-in-law Evelyn and John Quinn. Prior to her retirement, she was the Office Manager for Industrial Welding of Wethersfield. Virginia had also worked at Aetna Fire Insurance Company and Hartford National Bank and Trust. She was a faithful communicant at the Church of the incarnation. In her retirement at The Village, Virginia was a champion bowler and also renewed her driver’s license at the age of 100, for six more years.
She will be fondly remembered by her niece Patricia Barnes of Oakville, her great nephews Brad Barnes and his wife Emily and Todd Barnes and his wife Kim and her great-great nephews August Brian Barnes and Maverick Paul Barnes and her great-great niece Evelyn Lucille Barnes. She was predeceased by her sister and brother-in-law.
A private burial will be held in Rose Hill Memorial Park, Rocky Hill. The Farley-Sullivan Funeral Home has care of the arrangements. To extend condolences, please visit Farleysullivan.com.
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    Rose Hill Memorial Park
    Address
    580 Elm St.
    Rocky Hill, CT 06067
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Maureen C. Nagle

Posted at 07:06pm
Dear Pat and Family:

I was so very sorry to have read of the passing of your Aunt Virginia. You have memories that will remain in your heart
forever.

Please accept my sincere sympathy at this very difficult time.

Maureen C. Nagle

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Tony & Mary Ellen D’Angelo

Posted at 06:28pm
Dear Pat & family, We are so sorry for your loss. Your Aunt Virginia was very lucky to have you for your love and attention that brought her much happiness. She was a classy lady and I loved listening to the wonderful stories about her life!
Mary Ellen and I are confident that she is in peace now with your mom and dad.
Love
Tony & Mary Ellen D’Angelo
JS

Joan Salvatore

Posted at 11:06am
Dear Pat and family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy in your loss of your Aunt Virginia. She truly was blessed with a very long life. I always enjoyed talking with her and your Mom before Mass at Incarnation. Happy Days indeed!
With Love,
Joan Nagle Salvatore
JC

Jacquie and Pat Capobianco

Posted at 10:30am
Dear Pat and family, we are so sorry for your loss of your wonderful aunt. She was quite a lady in every aspect of the word. We will always have fond memories of the several times we were in her company. She had an incredible Life. Our sincere condolences. Jacquie and Pat
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