Virginia Albrecht

April 14, 2020
Virginia Albrecht

Virginia Albrecht, 99, of Williamsburg, passed away on April 14, 2020.

Virginia loved her family and baking for everyone.  She was a member of Walnut Hills Baptist Church where she enjoyed baking for members and bible school every year.

She never met a stranger and encouraged everyone to keep smiling.  Virginia will be missed dearly.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Albrecht, daughter Diane Branscome Dunn, and son Charles Branscome.  She is survived by her sons Jerry Branscome (Margie) and Audie Branscome (Robin), grandchildren Dwight Dunn, , Cheryl Branscome Davila, Duane Dunn, Derick Branscome, Jenny Branscome Waltrip, Jeff Branscome, Brad Branscome, Katherine Branscome Jones, and Haven Branscome. Great grandchildren Robbie Dunn, Ashley Dunn, Tony Davila, Darren Davila, Garrett Branscome, Josh Dunn, Lynn Dunn, Abby Dunn, Cierra Davila, Nicole Dunn, Caleb Waltrip, Eli Waltrip, Kendal Jones, Camron Davilla, Matthew Jones, Connor Jones, and 11 Great great grandchildren.

A Celebration of Virginia’s Life will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be donated to York County, JCC, and Williamsburg Fire Departments.


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  • April 16, 2020
    Bernard and Glenda Covington says:
    Jerry we are so saddened to hear if your moms passing. She was a wonderful lady and friend. Often asked about my mom who passed away at 99 in Jan. 2019.

  • April 16, 2020
    Robin Couch says:
    Too many memories to list, but my favorite would just be sitting with her and talking. She would want us to get a mini ice-cream bar and eat it together. I miss her love so much. She was a kind, smart and beautiful woman that I was blessed to call my close friend. Love to all her family and friends.... I will think of her daily , Robin Couch

  • May 09, 2020
    Beverly Wilson says:
    Dear Family, I worked w/Virginia when she was a nurse's aide at the original Williamsburg Community Hospital from 1978-1987. She was the Best! We kept in contact w/each other through Christmas cards. She babysat my son for me and always asked for a picture. The last time we visited, we sat and went through all her pictures and news clippings. I left w/a loaf of her strawberry bread. I'm glad that she passed peacefully. I will miss hearing from her at Christmas.

  • May 11, 2020
    Lynda Woodruff says:
    I reconnected with Virginia when I drove Lorene Hooker to visit her shortly before she also passed away. We had all been neighbors many years ago. I visited again and took homemade banana popsicles for her. I found out later that she started making them for others to share. What an extraordinary woman and I feel honored to have been touched by her presence in my life. She was the most loving, generous and optimistic woman and will be missed my those of us who were fortunate enough to have known her.