Virginia E. (Senft) Daron of Chelmsford

5470 DaronVirginia E. (Senft) Daron, 94, a longtime resident of Chelmsford, MA died Monday, March 16, 2015 at D’Youville Senior Care in Lowell, MA.

She was married to the late Frederick S. Daron Sr., who died on November 15, 1993.

Born in York, PA, she was the daughter of the late George and Anna Senft.  She graduated from Fort Edward High School in Fort Edward, NY with the class of 1939.

She was a member of Central Baptist Church in Chelmsford and was active in the women’s groups in her younger years.

She is survived by her son, Frederick S. and his wife, Sue Anne Daron of Chelmsford; daughter, Colleen Fuller of Lowell; four grandchildren, Tobi Baillie of Lowell, Michael Daron of Providence RI, David and his wife, Jodi Daron of Londonderry, NH and James and his wife, Brittni Daron of Billerica and nine great-grandchildren.

Visiting hours Fri. 10 to 11A.M. Funeral Service at 11A.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST., Chelmsford, MA. Burial in the Pine Ridge Cemetery, Chelmsford. Memorials may be made in her name to the Central Baptist Church Memorial Fund, 9 Academy St., Chelmsford, MA 01824. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

2 Condolences for Virginia E. (Senft) Daron of Chelmsford

    Debbie (Moorehouse) Ryer

    We are sad to hear of the loss of our long time neighbor. We have so many loving memories of the Daron family.
    Our hearts go out to the whole family.

    Love the Moorehouse’s



    To the DARON FAMILY,
    We send our heartfelt sympathy and love on the loss of your dear sweet Mother, Grandmother, and Great grandmother. The first time I met Ginny was at A G POLLARD CO. A Dept. store in Lowell, Ma. It was my first job and she was one of my first clients.We never knew it would be the start of a life long friendship. Ginny and Fred attended our wedding, we went to the ELKS with them once and met their friends. The first member of the family I met was the day she brought her little granddaughter Toby to the salon. I will never forget how proud she was of her! Through the years I met other members of her lovely family. Ginny and I shared our lives together through our friendship and my career. Their wasn’t a time she didn’t talk of her love of her family, be a marriage, birth, family gatherings or a success! In closing, she was not only the beautiful woman I met so many years ago on the outside, but all so on the inside. Ginny shared my happy times and my sad times. When I was young she was like my second mother and as we grew older she was like my second grandmother, she was so much like them. I could go on. In closing, as I wipe away my tears, I love you GINNY my heart aches at your passing.For you see, you were never a client to me but family. I PRAISE GOD for your life and our Friendship! GODS BLESSING BE WITH YOUR FAMILY AND MAY HIS LOVE ENCIRCLE YOU TILL WE MET AGAIN. MILLIE&DAVID MILLEY


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