Virginia TigheJanuary 07,2013Virginia Tighe
DANBY — Virginia Tighe, 90, died Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012, at her home.
She was born April 25, 1922, in Bridgeport, Conn., the daughter of William and Viola (Stirk) Frye.
In 1942, she married Joseph E. Tighe and they raised four children.
Mrs. Tighe worked for over 25 years at Schick Razor Blades in Milford, Conn., as a floor supervisor. After retirement, she was employed at DiMauro’s restaurant in Shelton, Conn.
She was an avid reader and enjoyed the Milford library, as well as crossword puzzles.
Survivors include three children, Sharyn of Flat Rock, N.C., Debra Daly of Danby and John of Topsham; four grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.
Mrs. Tighe was predeceased by her husband; a son, Richard; and two sisters, Dorothy Sholtes and Vera Drab.
The private memorial will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Ducharme Funeral Home Inc.
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