Virginia F. Clifton

Virginia F. Clifton

July 13, 1925 - January 10, 2013

Virginia F. Clifton

July 13, 1925 - January 10, 2013


Virginia St. Onge Clifton, born July 13, 1925 in Sioux City, Iowa, died January 10, 2013. Moved to Gardena, CA as a teenager.

She participated in the USO during World War II while employed by Bank of America. Married R.J. Clifton in 1947.

Survivors are daughter Pamela White and her husband Doug; son Brian Clifton and his wife Gloria; and grandson Gary E. Clifton. She moved to Mission Viejo with her husband R.J. in 1996. Her love of movies will live on in her children and grandson. She was predeceased by her husband R.J. and son Gary Alan Clifton.

Memorial service will be held Saturday, January 19th at O’Connor Mortuary, Laguna Hills, 4pm. Interment will be private.

No Events & Services

No Charities & Donations

No Gallery Photos

No Videos

3 responses to Virginia F. Clifton

  1. Donna Laird says:

    Oh, Virginia…so many memories from over 50 years! The leftover bacon and toast. The tray of goodies in the laundry room. Tuna sandwiches and chocolate milk on tv trays. You helping me with my Rainbow ‘secret work’. The memory that means the most is the of you and RJ inviting me to A-9 pin night at Peary along with Pam. I wouldn’t have been able to attend if not for you. I got my first corsage from you guys that night. Later on your were my role model on how to be a good cop’s wife. It all meant more than you could have known at the time. I am glad I got to spend so much time with you over the last 2 years. I love you and will never forget you and all of your kindness. XOX Thank you. Your daughter by another mother, Donna

  2. Dear Clifton Family, we send our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Virginia was a loving Wife, Mom, Grandma, and friend. We have wonderful memories of her as we were fortunate to have experienced her loving persona and positive outlook on life. With Love and Support,

    Tony, Araceli, little Nicholas, Sophia, and little Andres.

  3. 1 file added to the tribute wall

Leave A Condolence

Choose a Candle