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Virginia W. Azinger

1930 - 2021

Virginia W. Azinger, 90, of Milton, passed away on May 19, 2021, at her home.  Born in Lewisburg on August 23, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Frederick and Genevieve (McLaughlin) Wilson.


Virginia was a graduate of Milton High School and the Harrisburg Hospital School of Nursing.  She worked at the Harrisburg Hospital, Dr. Thompson’s office in Danville, the Laurelton School, and ACF in Milton where she worked most of her career before retiring.  She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Milton. She was a proud cancer survivor. Virginia loved all animals, especially horses.


She is survived by four children; R. Michael Azinger and wife, Beth of Milton. Linette Azinger and Dave Clemens of Milton; Matthew Azinger and Athena Dunn of California; and Marc Azinger and Sherry Showers of Lewisburg; seven grandchildren; and ten great grandchildren. 


Virginia was preceded in death by a brother, Donald F. Wilson and her beloved companion of 30 years, Albert E. Eschenbach III.


Services will be held privately.


In lieu of flowers donations are requested in Virginia’s memory to your favorite animal rescue.


Dear Azinger Family,

We are sending our thoughts and prayers to all of you. "Ginny" was an amazing women whose warmth and kindness touched our family very much.

Love, The Madara Family

My condolences on the loss of your mom. I am sure you will feel her loss.

One of my favorite memories with Ginny was cross country skiing with Deanie, Dodie,Ginny and myself at eagles mere.It started snowing and getting late. Deanie and I headed to the lodge. Ginny persuaded dodie to take a different path back. Snow is coming down in buckets at this point and getting dark. The lodge went out on snow mobiles to look for them!! All of sudden I see dodie yelling at Ginny whose following her approaching the lodge!! Needless to say it was a fun ride home!! Love to all of you. Val

Dear Azinger family,
We send our heartfelt condolences to all of you during this difficult time. May God's loving arms surround you for comfort. In the words of Helen Keller: "What was once loved and deeply enjoyed, we can neverlose, for all that we love deeply becomes part of us." Kevin and Karen Fry

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