Virginia "Ginny" Halligan
Halligan, Virginia T. Dinucci Nicoll "Ginny" 92, A resident of BrightView Commons in Wakefield passed away at Roberts Health Center on February 26, 2013. She was the wife of the late Edward Halligan, the late Edward Dinucci and the late Glenn Nicoll. She was born in Providence on May 18, 1920 and was the daughter of Emmett and Melissa E. (Dumas) McCutcheon. She was the former owner of Nicoll Letter Shop and retired in 1985. Virginia lived in Warwick RI, Reading MA, Biddeford ME, and South Kingstown, RI. She also had a summer place at Roy Carpenters beach from 1953 to 1965. She enjoyed growing African Violets, knitting, reading, computers, crossword puzzles, Mah Jongg, American Idol and Dancing with the Stars. She also enjoyed her many friends at BrightView Commons. She is survived by her sons Edward Dinucci and wife Lynn of Cranston, Donald Dinucci and wife Susan C. Barber of Charlestown, stepsons Glenn Nicoll of Providence, Michael Halligan and wife Ruth of Hollywood, FL, 8 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, sister Clair Wilkins of Ft Myers, FL and numerous nieces and nephews. She was also the sister of the late Ethel Cornell. At her request services will be private. Memorial donations may be made to Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island 1085 North Main Street Providence, RI 02904.
Tom and Barbara - 03/01/2013
Our love and sympathy to all of you. She touched our lives and we will remember her smile and lively laugh. We always enjoyed seeing her at you home.
May God bless you all.
Angie & Carmen - 03/02/2013
Will always remember the good times Ginny and I had at the beach in Fortunes Rocks together with our dogs Patty and Piña.
We send our love and deepest sympathy on your mother's passing. May her memory be eternal.
Lois Howe Pendergast - 03/03/2013
Don, Ed and Glenn - So sorry to read about your mother's passing. I can remember Roy Carpenter's Beach and how she helped me master knitting and typing during the summers. May she rest in peace.
Bob Armstrong - 03/03/2013
Ed, Don & Glenn
Reading the write-up in this mornings Providence Journal brought back many fond memories of growing up in the old neighborhood of Delwood and Glenwood Road.Your Mom was a nice lady.
1. Your Mom working in the basement office
2. The Log Cabin
3. Working for Ed doing his paperroute for five5 cents per day
4. Playing baseball on the sandlot with old tires being used for bases
My Dad died in 1983 but my Mom, also born in 1920 is still alive and well
Margaret Proietti (Wilkins) - 03/08/2013
Don't understand why my previous condolence got removed. However, I wish to state that I am deeply saddened by my godmother's passing.
Claire Wilkins - 03/08/2013
I was so sorry to hear about my sister Gin passing away. From Florida, I want to extend my sincere sympathy to my nephews, Eddie, Donald and Glennie. I am sure she is now resting in peace with Ed.
Tom Harper - 03/10/2013
Bye Ginny, may I call you Ginny, of course I may as you told me so many times. I will miss your insight into so many different subjects. You always had an opinion on current events and loved to discuss them. I will miss your funny emails, as I looked forward to them. I know we will met again. Your family loved you as we all did.