Virginia Freiert, 94, a retired bank branch manager for Citizens Bank of Maryland, died of natural causes on September 17th at St. Martins Home, Little Sisters of the Poor in Baltimore, MD.
Virginia was born in Baltimore on October 25, 1926 to George Howard and Lillie Belle Fenhagen. She attended Seton High School in Baltimore. She started her career in the financial field at Equitable Trust Company, Baltimore, MD then moved to Robert Hall Clothing store in Hyattsville, MD and later to Citizens Bank of Maryland. She continued her career with Citizens Bank, retiring as Branch Manager in Greenbelt in 1992.
She met her husband, Donald V. Freiert, Sr., while working at Equitable Trust Company. They were married on June 22, 1946. They went on to have six children: Donald, Jr., Mary Helen, Jim, Gerry, Mark, and Anne Marie.
Virginia was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Clarksville for 45 years. She enjoyed horseback riding as a young adult, swimming, bowling, hummingbirds and cardinals, flowers, puzzles, collecting bells, watching the Baltimore Orioles, and especially spending time with her family.
Virginia was predeceased by her husband Donald V. Freiert, Sr. She is survived by her six children, Donald V. Freiert, Jr. (Joyce) of Brandon, MS, Mary Helen Naecker (Carl) of Calabash, NC, Jim Freiert (Jane) of Columbia, MD, Gerry Freiert (CeCe) of Columbia, MD, Mark Freiert of Columbia, MD, and Anne Marie Hunt (Paul) of Catonsville, MD; 23 grandchildren: Jennifer Giambrone (Jeff), Jessica Wysokinski (John), Joanna Freiert, Michael Naecker (Tiffany), Brian Naecker (Kristen), Jason Freiert (Carrie), Kristen Ondeck (Matt), Kellie Wilson (Dave), Andy Freiert, Molly Freiert, Meghan Traynor (Andy), Matthew Freiert, Daniel Freiert, Will Hunt, Sam Hunt; 17 great-grandchildren: Kara Wysokinski, Amanda Wysokinski, Alyssa Wysokinski, Leah Wysokinski, Cullen Wysokinski, Sarah Giambrone, Isabella Naecker, Gabriella Naecker, Camryn Naecker, Brooks Naecker, Maddie Freiert, Anna Freiert, Elizabeth Ondeck, Mary Ondeck, Daniel Ondeck, Alexandra Wilson, Ryan Traynor; and 28 nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Little Sisters of the Poor in Baltimore, MD.
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Little Sisters of the Poor: St. Martin's Home
601 Maiden Choice Lane, Catonsville MD 21228