Virginia Ann Schouten, age 78, peacefully passed away on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Complete Care at Green Acres, Toms River.
Virginia was born in Hackensack on August 22, 1940 to Cedric Roberts and Ann Lowpensky. She married her high school sweetheart, John G. Schouten, in 1959. She lived in Prospect Park, NJ, in Nebraska on a 20 acre farm, and in Ringwood, NJ before moving to her pride and joy home in Manchester, NJ after her husband passed away in 2002. She was extremely proud to serve as Office Manager for many years at the Okonite Company in Ramsey, NJ
She is survived by her daughter, Cheryl A. Ramezzana and her husband Rick of Cream Ridge; her son Daniel Schouten and his wife Mary of West Milford; her grandchildren, Kristen and Ricky Ramezzana and Jacqueline and Courtney Schouten; her brothers, Paul Roberts and his wife Carol of Glen Rock, NJ, William Roberts and his wife Colleen of Guilford, CT; her sister, Barbara Gebbia of Manchester; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great nephews.
Cremation was private. A memorial gathering and service will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019 from 10-11:30am at Horizon Funeral and Cremation Services, 1329 Route 37 West, Toms River.
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"The Village" will never be the same with out you Virginia, wherever I look I see your smiling face. Virginia you are dearly missed and I am glad I got to be your nurse and friend. xoxo Nurse Linda
Mom had a great sense of humor and I will never forget her laugh. I remember her visits with me and the kids and we would play games for hours and had so much fun. She loved watching movies, her favorite TV show was Blue Bloods (she loved Crime dramas). She knew I was going to marry my husband Rick before I did. They had a great relationship. She was a great mom and grandma (Nanny). We will miss her tremendously every day. I am thankful she is with Papa in heaven with the angels. She deserves to be at peace. Love you mom, Love Cher
Sad day in the Schouten family, every time I visited her at the nursing home she would smile ear to ear. Love my mom and will miss, her, wish I could have visited more lots of guilt. Love you mom God bless RIP
I will always remember going to the lake at her Ringwood home. What a peaceful place. Aunt Ginny was a vibrant, smart woman and I admired her. I will always remember as that woman. Rest in peace. So happy that you can no longer feel pain or suffering.
So sorry to hear of Aunt Ginny's passing. She was always very kind and I thought a lot of her. May she rest in peace.
Ginny was the best sister in law.I will miss the wonderful times we shared.RIP
My sister Ginny meant the world to me. I have many fond memories which I will cherish for the rest of my life. I am sure she is at peace now with her husband Jack and our mother and brother. Rest in peace sis and you will never be forgotten and always loved.
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