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Virginia H. Lamy



Virginia H. Lamy, gracefully passed through the gates of Heaven on May 25, 2024, which was also her 61st wedding anniversary to her beloved husband, Andre P. Lamy.


Born on July 30, 1941, to Lorenzo and Dorothy Tarzia, she was one of 11 siblings, a testament to the era of large, close-knit families.


Affectionately known as "Gina Linguini" among her Meatball Mob family, Virginia embraced life with fervor and zest. Her journey included diverse experiences, from her dedicated service at Mary Help of Christians School and Rooms to Go, to indulging in her passions for classic cars, cruises, and a myriad of crafts.


Virginia's heart resonated with the arts, evident in her vibrant participation in numerous stage plays with The Village Players of Seffner, FL. Among her achievements was the creation and direction of the heartwarming production "Christmas Miracle from Somewhere Special." Throughout her entrepreneurial endeavors, including Box Lot Sales, Fish Farming, and the pioneering “Video Encounter”, Brandon’s first game room, Virginia left an indelible mark on her community.


She is preceded in death by her parents, several cherished siblings, and her daughter, Claudine Schneider. Virginia is fondly remembered and will be deeply missed by her devoted husband, Andre, her son Paul Lamy (wife Jill Lamy), her daughter Gina "Gigi" Woodward (husband Paul Woodward). Her legacy continues through her beloved grandchildren, Steven Speller (wife Tina Speller), Kimberly Speller, Tabitha Woodward, Brittany Lamy, Sammy Woodward and her cherished great-grandchildren, Brantly and Bailey Speller, Annastasia and Scarlett Stallsmith, and Oliver Lamy.


In celebration of her life, the family invites friends and loved ones to join them for a commemoration of Virginia's legacy on Saturday, June 29, 2024, at the residence of Gigi and Paul Woodward at 1:00pm.


Though Virginia's physical presence may have departed, her spirit lives on in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing her.




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