Virginia N. Reno (Fulmer) – January 18, 2018

Livonia: Went to be with the Lord on January 18, 2018 at age 89. Survived by her husband of 64 years William H. Reno of Livonia and children; Linda Ramirez of MA, Vivian (Michael) Fujimoto of Toronto, Canada, and Amy Prehn of Livonia; grandchildren, Jordan Fujimoto, Taylor (Alyssa) Fujimoto, Midori (Robert) Goobie, Gary Burns (Gillian Miles), Grant Burns, and Julie Burns; great-grandson Lucas Fujimoto. Also survived by her brother Harvey (Evalyn) Fulmer, many nieces, nephews, and dear friends. Virginia was predeceased by her parents Ervin & Francis Fulmer, her grandson Adrian Ramirez, sister Mary Jane Bishop and brother John Fulmer.

Virginia was born on September 16, 1928 in Rock Island, IL to parents Ervin and Francis (Beverlin) Fulmer. She married William Henry Reno on June 14, 1953 and they were married for 64 years. They were sealed in the Salt Lake City Temple in 1972. She was a dedicated member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Geneseo, NY. She was a very devoted wife, mother and grandmother, and family always came first to Virginia. She enjoyed traveling, reading, music, and encouraging her family in their faith.

Friends may call on Saturday, January 27th, from 11am-12noon at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 42 East South Street (Rte 20A), Geneseo, NY where her service will be held following calling hours at 12noon. Reception to follow at the church and at 2:30pm her burial will be held at Union Cemetery, Livonia, NY. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Livonia Ambulance, PO Box 8, Livonia, NY 14487. To send a condolence or share a memory please visit:


2 thoughts on “Virginia N. Reno (Fulmer) – January 18, 2018

  1. Virginia was my older sister by 12 years. I have fond memories of her taking me places when I was a small child in San Antonio. He took me to the movies downtown, shopping, bought me toys and books, and we walked on the Riverwalk. By the time I was 10 years of age she had moved to Massachusetts to live with her sister MaryJane, met Bill Reno, married him and had a family. She and her family came to San Antonio a few times over the years and also for our mother’s funeral. When I was discharged from the army at Ft. Dix, New Jersey I stopped to see her and her family in 1965. She loved me and I loved her. I remember her as a happy person, a kind person, and a woman of great faith in Jesus Christ and the restored gospel in our time on earth. She is at peace now, free of the pains of mortality and has rejoined her ancestors in the world of the spirits. I will see her again there.

  2. Sincerest condolences to Virginia’s family for their loss. May the loving and fond memories of your dear loved one and knowing that Families are Forever bring you comfort. Hugs

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