- October 18, 1915 - March 15, 2016
of Virginia's Passing
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“A life time of memories, Harry and Gina were friends of our family since I was a child...All together again now...Barry Dunn
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“My deepest condolences to the family during this most difficult time. There are no words that can ease the pain of losing someone so beloved. May you...Read More »
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“Doreen Morse... I served with Ginna for many years on the Board of LCT and these many years after have remained friends who shared many interests....Read More »
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“My family and I had many years of good memories of Gina. She and Harry were good friends of our parents. I knew her as a young teen and saw her last...Read More »
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“Although I never met you, I will treasure our phone conversations regarding family. There is one more Cardinal on my feeder now. I will miss you. ...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: Nancy Crane - Raleigh, NC
Virginia F. Sprong, age 100, of Littleton, MA, died on March 16, 2016 at her residence. She was born in Watertown, MA , daughter of the late George and Mildred Freethy and was the wife of the late Lt .Col. Harry F. Sprong. . She was educated in the Watertown Schools, graduate of Bouve Boston School of Physical Education (now part of Northeastern) and Simmons College.
Taught in Peterboro, NH, and was a medical Secretary for two prominent Boston Surgeons. Harry and Virginia, lived in Needham, MA for four years. Purchased land in Littleton MA and built their beautiful home where she lived out her life with a loving caregiver. After building the home in Littleton. She and Harry built a summer home on Bass River, West Dennis, and Cape Cod where they sailed, raced and cruised their 37 foot Tartan sloop.
She was a member and supporter of the Congregational Church of Littleton, Mass Audubon Society, Littleton Conservation Trust , Littleton Country Gardeners and Irish Setter Club of N.E. (loving owner of ten “in all’ beautiful Irish Setters). Also a supporter of Littleton Fire Department, the Council on aging and the Buddy Dog Society.
Donations may be made to any of the above
At her request there will be no services. Burial at Westlawn Cemetery, Littleton