Virginia Helen Noble Dutton, 94, beloved mother and Grandma ViVi to grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren, passed into Glory in the early morning of March 30, 2023. She was born July 2, 1928, to Samuel and Mildred Noble, Beach Lake, PA. She was predeceased by her husband, Arnold Dutton, Sr., on November 25, 1996, and her son, Arnold Dutton, Jr., on May 26, 2022.
Virginia is survived by her daughters: Audrey (Alan) Kulibaba, Arline (Clinton) LaTourette, Debra (Kevin) Storms, and daughter-in-law, Dianna Dutton; grandchildren: Amy (Beau Brenner) Kulibaba, Alyssa (Dan Miccio) Kulibaba, Jeremy Blurton and Toni Thorne, Jessica (John Fisher) Blurton, Kelly (Wesley) LaTourette Moser, Adam (Emily) LaTourette; Tracy (Micah) Wilcox, Kristy Tirney, Andrew Dutton; Katlyn (Jason) Williams and Tyler Storms; great grandchildren: Quentin, Korbyn, and Cohle Kulibaba-Brenner; Benjamin and Levi Moser; Morgan and Demi Wilcox; Connor and Sam TIrney; Kelsey (Sawyer) Dutton Erlwein, Olivia, Aislyn, and Wyatt Dutton; Rhett and Hudson Williams; great-great-grandchildren: Wesley and Layne Erlwein; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Virginia married her sweetheart, Arnold, on October 12, 1947. She became a farmer's wife, an expert milker, a seasoned operator of farm machinery, a pretty good mechanic, a school bus driver for Wayne Highlands, a volunteer for the Damascus Ambulance Corps and Damascus Historical Society, sang duets with her sister, Mary Dutton, and was active at Damascus Baptist Church and later the Calkins Baptist Church. She was a loving, selfless example for her children and family, a caregiver for family members who needed her. For many years she served as a hospice volunteer with Wayne Memorial Hospital. She actively served her Lord and was an encouragement to everyone around her. Her favorite quote heard almost daily was the following: "This is the day which the Lord hath made! We will rejoice and be glad in it." In the last years of her life, she especially enjoyed listening to her dearly loved hymns and found great comfort in them, as did her daughters who enjoyed them with her.
A celebration of her life has been planned by her family on Monday, May 8, 2023, at 11:00 AM for the service and at 12:00 PM to share a meal and memories at the Calkins Baptist Church, 527 Calkins Road, Milanville, PA, 18443.
Arrangements are attended by the Arthur A. Bryant Funeral Home 1228 Main St Honesdale, Pa 18431
A Memorial Tree was planted for Virginia
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Arthur A Bryant Funeral Home