November 3, 1924 ~ November 13, 2022

Born in: Vincennes, IN
Resided in: Vincennes, IN

Virginia L. Marchino, 98, of Vincennes, IN passed away November 13, 2022. She was born in Vincennes, IN on November 3, 1924, to the late Raymond and Frances (Barrett) Cochran. Virginia attended the Monroe City High School. She married Raymond Marchino, on July 3, 1947. Virginia was a homemaker and dedicated mother for all her life. She attended Pilgrim Holiness Church. Virginia enjoyed many things in life such as cooking, yard work, spending time with her family and traveling to Florida with her husband Ray. She will be deeply missed.

Virginia was preceded in death by her parents; husband Raymond Marchino; daughter Nancy; grandson Chad Holzmiller; siblings Ray Cochran Jr., Shirley (Jack) Westfall, and Lois (Harlan) Opell.

She is survived by her daughters Deborah (Ron) Myers and Cheryl Ann Marchino; grandchildren Amy (Eric) Creek, Ron Myers II, Petrina Chambers, Valerie (Randy) Hurst; 8 great-grandchildren; 8 great-great-grandchildren; sister Margie Miller; and many nieces and nephews.

Goodwin-Sievers is honored and entrusted with the care of Mrs. Marchino. All services will be private.

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  1. GIN was a wonderful aunt and i loved her dearly..she was the first person i called when i needed prayer. That beautiful smile brightened my day everytime i saw her. I canyt tell u how much i loved her. My heart hurts with the family especially cheri debbie and amy. But im happy for Gin cause she fell asleep and woke up in heaven! I miss u my dear aunt but i will see u again by Gods grace!

  2. Debby and family: so sorry for your loss. Love and hugs Debby! Miss you! Prayers for peace e and comfort.

  3. We love you so much and will always remember your sweet face. I wish things were different but out of respect for the family I would like to have some trees planted in her honor..Prayers for strength & love to Sherry & Debbie, we love you!!

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