Virginia Mondichak Shope

August 5, 1950 - January 19, 2014
Virginia Mondichak Shope

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Virginia Mondichak (Gini) Shope age 63, of Wilmington, NC died peacefully on Sunday January 19, 2014 at Duke Medicine Pavillion after a valiant 7 year long battle with Lymphoma.

She was a loving and devoted wife to husband Bob, and only daughter Blair.

She was born August 5, 1950 in Masontown, PA to the late Pearl and Joseph Mondichak Sr.

Gini settled in Wilmington in 1986. She was a gracious and generous woman with a sweet spirit, a radiant smile, and a quick wit. Her memory will be cherished by all who knew and loved her.

In addition to her parents, she is also predeceased by her brother Joe.
Services will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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  • January 23, 2014
    Mary K. Anderson says:
    Blair and family, So sorry for your loss. I thought alot of your mom-from the many days at Topsail Elementary where your mom was always willing to do anything to help out. Loved seeing her beautiful quilt work. I count it an honor to have known your mom. Prayers and Thoughts, Mary K. Anderson

  • January 23, 2014
    Mary & Joe Hellmann says:
    Dear Bob,Blair,Cathy, Sean,Melissa,Chris, Alli,and family, We loved Gini. She was such a warm person and a delight to be around. All of our memories of her will be happy ones. We were honored to have known her. Know that the Lord is smiling and enjoying her company now. May you feel her joy and love with each of you every day. Anything we can do please let us know. Blessings, Mary & Joe Hellmann

  • January 24, 2014
    Michael W Jones says:
    Blair, Your Mother was "one of a kind!" I loved her so much and consider her my best friend. I could depend on her for anything. Not only was she good to me, I took note that she was a complete "humanist" and was good to just about everyone she came in contact with. No doubt she will easily enter the gates of whatever heaven we think exists. Michael W Jones

  • January 30, 2014
    Larena says:
    Grief can be so hard, but your special memories that you will always have of your loved one, along with the comfort from the bible can help you to cope with life's anxieties(Psalms55:22). Jesus cares deeply about mankind and the bible says that our enemy death will be done away with. Even the feeling that those who have to deal with when a love one dies will be gone, for God will wipe the tears from all faces (Isaiah25:8 and 1Corinthians15:26) Jehovah has also promise to bring back to life many who have fallen asleep in death(John5:28,29). In this time of sorrow may it ease your pain to know that others are thinking of you.

  • January 16, 2017
    Lupe Villarreal says:
    I didn't know her but I just found out Virginia is my mom Monica Ann Fram (Villarreal's) cousin. My grandmother is Dolores June Mondichak Fram. I was researching my grandmothers last name when I came across Virginia's name my grandmother right away told me we were related. My grandmother had fond memories of Virginia. She sends her condolences and love and wishes the best for you all. Love and light.