Virginia Haldane

September 28, 2022 - August 02, 2006

Of Franklin Park, on Wed 8-2-2006, beloved wife of Don; loving mother of Justin and Tyler; sister of Sherry, Valerie, Stacie and Pattie. No Visitation. Memorial Service at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Road., Cranberry twp., 724-882-8800 Saturday 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American or Canadian Cancer Society.

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  • Alan Barwick

    Hi Ginny Family. I had the pleasure of meeting Ginny about 1980 when. I have a picture of her with Justin when he was less than a year old.
    Feel free to email me if you would like a copy. Best regards Alan Barwick

  • Steve MacKay

    Sympathies to the Haldane family from the MacKay family. Virginia had a big impact on my working life and will always be remembered as the best boss I ever had. Her support and approach to people will be something I will never forget. A truly great leader and person, whom we could all emulate. I feel very honoured to have know her.

  • Liane Wright

    Dear Don, Justin & Tyler,

    My heart goes out to each one of you. May you find comfort over the coming weeks in your wonderful memories together.

    Warm regards,
    Liane Wright (I met Ginny through the Lettering Arts Guild in Red Deer – her beautiful calligraphy was such an inspiration to me)

  • Margaret Lammerts

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Ginny’s family and dear friends.

    I will miss her beautiful smile, her amazing art and our conversations during calligraphy courses. I consider myself fortunate to have known this wonderful lady and greatly admired her inner strength.

  • Jason, Brandi, Mackenzie and Riley Carr

    Our thoughts are with all of you.

  • Diane Lashua

    So sorry. My heart goes out to the family. Virginia was a very special lady. God has another guardian angel up above to watch over you.

  • Nigel Clark

    I’ll miss your smile and beautiful Xmas cards.

  • Sharon Zeugin

    To Ginny’s family and loved ones: I had the honor & privelege to spend two weeks with Ginny last Summer as her Calligraphy instructor. Ginny’s beauty–inside and out–was effervescent in a strong quiet way; I loved her dedication to the art of calligraphy and how beautifully she expressed herself artistically. I can only imagine the sorrow (I feel it) of losing such a wonderful, kind and generous human being. Thanks in large part to Ginny, I got to come to Canada to teach, and again had a wonderful time with her as we celebrated our love of calligraphy and art in the class i was teaching.

    My condolences to you all. Ginny will remain in my heart and you will remain in my thoughts.

    With kind regards,

    Sharon Zeugin


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