Virginia Green

Passed 02/19/2024


Obituary For Virginia Green

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Virginia M. Green (Imbriale), who departed this world on February 19, 2024 surrounded by the love of her family. Virginia lived a life Filled with love, compassion, and unwavering dedication to those around her. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Virginia moved to Staten Island in 1966.

Virginia shared 58 beautiful years of marriage with her loving and devoted husband, Eugene. Together, they built a life rich in love, laughter, and enduring companionship. Virginia's unwavering commitment to family extended to her children, Sharon and her son in law Scott Perno and Steven and her daughter in law Joy, whom she cherished beyond measure.

Her role as "Gramme" brought immeasurable joy to Virginia, as she adored her cherished grandchildren: Danielle, Nicholas and his wife Janai, Francesca, Steven Jr., Michael, Genevieve, and Kyle. Virginia's love and dedication to her family knew no bounds. She was a constant presence at every game, competition, ceremony, and event in their lives, capturing precious moments with her camera and radiating pride in each accomplishment.

Virginia's legacy is one of selfless love, tireless dedication, and boundless support. Her nurturing spirit and unconditional love created a haven of warmth and encouragement for her family, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of all who were blessed to know her.

In addition to her immediate family, Virginia is survived by her brother Joseph Imbriale and sister in law Nancy, her sister Judy and brother-in-law Steve Bogen, sister-in-laws Barbara McKenna and Patricia Davis, and many nieces and nephews. She found strength in her family bonds and cherished the relationships that enriched her life.

Virginia is preceded in death by her beloved parents Frank and Gilda Imbriale. Virginia's life was marked by selflessness, kindness, and an unwavering commitment to family. She leaves behind a treasure trove of memories that will be forever etched in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to share in her life's journey.

The viewing will be at Hanley's Funeral Home on Friday February 23rd, hours 2-4 pm and 7-9pm. The mass will be at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church on Saturday February 24th at 11am. The family will have a private cremation.

In honoring Virginia's memory, the family kindly requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to a charity that holds a special meaning to you.

Your Hug Meant the World

Nobody else held me so tight

Or made me feel so right

No one's eyes shined so bright with love

As my mom, who is now high above.

- Tamsen Butler

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  • 02/22/2024

    I have been Virginia's neighbor for 17 years . She was beautiful, sweet, kind and compassionate. She loved her family more than anything. They were her whole world. Virginia was more than just my neighbor, she was family to my children and I. I will miss seeing your beautiful face and our conversations and messages to each other. I hope u were reunited with your loving parents who you missed deeply. You will always hold a special place in my heart. I will miss you so much and know that Kevin, Samantha and I will always be there for Gene. I was so lucky to have a very special friend like you. Love Always, Linda, Kevin & Samantha

  • 02/21/2024

    To Eugene, Steve, Sharon and all your family, We send our deepest sympathies. Virginia, your mother, was such a peaceful spirit. Last time I saw you all was in Staten Island at the hotel. I will never forget her. It truly is a sad day! May she rest in peace. She's your Angel now 💙🙏💙 All our love Diane and Vinnie Bobinski ( Nancy's Sister )