Virginia Mary (Lytle) Perrotti, 84, formerly of Greenville, died on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at Seasons Hospice, Cumming, GA following a long illness.
She was born Dec. 19, 1935 to Burton C. Lytle and Bernice Kingsbury in Sandy Lake, PA. She married Donald J. Perrotti at St. Michaels Catholic Church on April 6, 1953, after a whirlwind courtship. She was a graduate of Penn High School in Greenville. She worked at Melpar Electronics in Springfield, VA assembling miniature components for electronic devices, as a bank secretary in Maryland handling customers CDs and as a homemaker for sixty-six years.
In 2002, she moved to the Solivita Village in Poinciana, FL. Where she became very active in their stage and chorus programs as a member of Solivita’s Guys and Dolls and Solivita Starliters as well as the Red Hat Society. She was very active in the lives of her children and grandchildren and made every effort to participate in their lives.
She is survived by her husband, Donald Perrotti of Dunwoody, GA, daughters Mary Shirk of West Palm Beach, FL, Susan Bulmash of Alpharetta, GA, Karen Zimmerman of Dunwoody, GA, Dorothy Austin of Kennesaw, GA, Christine Houck of Fredericksburg, VA, her son James Perrotti of Lake Worth, FL, eighteen grandchildren and nineteen great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter Donna Sciascia of King George, VA and her son Paul Perrotti of Atlanta, GA.
She is survived by her sister Linda Seiple of Greenville and brother James Lytle of Mesa AZ. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Charles Lytle of Tampa, FL, Burton B. (Bruce) Lytle of St. Cloud, FL, and sisters, Ruth Anna Houge of Greenville, Carolyn (Jean) Chintella of Hermitage, PA, Margaret Mook of Mesa, AZ, and Georgia Franks of Hepsibah, GA.
A Memorial Service will be held later to be determined by her family. Inurnment will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery, Greenville. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Virginia’s favorite charity, The Salvation Army.
Local arrangements are under the direction of Loutzenheiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA.
To Uncle Don and all the Perrotti kids!!!. My deepest sympathy’s and heart go out you you all .
So very sorry for the loss of Aunt Virginia !!!! Have not seen all of you in years but I think of you all !!!!
Love and God Bless You All !!!!
Don my dear, you have been the most loving and caring of your dear wife for many years. May God bless you with a restful and happy life for he rest of your days. The Perrotti reunions in Solavita will always be a very fond memory. Your Ginny was an angel and we were happy to have her for some of those years. Love Loretta
Hello Don – I was saddened to hear about Ginny’s passing. She was such a sweetheart and I always loved seeing her sweet smile. She always had a radiance about her. Thank you so much for calling Ellen Factor and sharing your current life with her. It was great to get an update about you but very sad news about Ginny. Please know that you are loved by the Solivita Music Family.
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Hello Don, Please accept our condolences at this time upon your loss.
Don, Please accept my condolences ad my heartfelt Sympathy for your loss.