Jessie Moyers Dellinger

Jessie Moyers Dellinger, 92, of Mt. Jackson, died Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at Sentara RMH Medical Center in Harrisonburg.

Mrs.Dellinger was born February 22, 1925 in Mathias, West Virginia, daughter of the late Vergie Biller Moomaw.

She was a member of Pleasant View Church of the Brethren in Mt. Jackson.

She was married August 4, 1941 to Galen Joseph Dellinger, Sr. who preceded her in death November 22, 2005.

Mrs. Dellinger is survived by a son, Galen Dellinger, Jr. of Mt. Jackson; five daughters, Silvia Marshall of Stafford, Linda Coffey of Strasburg, Wanda Ann Adams of Mt. Jackson, Polly Davis of Anderson, Indiana, and Audrey Quick of Woodstock; a sister Edna Whitmer of North Carolina; a brother, Clarence Moomaw of Edinburg; 16  grandchildren Kandy Freed, Cletus Lewis, Jr., Jerry Lewis, Tonya Lewis, Tracey Ludwig, Lisa Galanis, Galen Dellinger III, Angela Seal, Jason Dellinger, Laura Wright, Carla Wilson, Joey Lineweaver, Crystal Ludwig, Brandie Ludwig, Ronald Marshall, Jr. and Carl Marshall;  numerous great grandchildren; and numerous great great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by two daughters, Betty Lewis of Timberville and Lola Gene Lineweaver of Woodstock and a grandson, Stacey Ludwig; two sisters, Barbara Hines and Mary Fink; and a brother, Mathias Moomaw.

A funeral service will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson with the Rev. Jack Tucker officiating. Burial will follow at Pleasant View Memorial Gardens in Mt. Jackson.

Pallbearers will be Jason Dellinger, Tracey Ludwig, Galen Dellinger III, Patrick Galanis, Joshua Galanis, Stacey Galanis,  Cletus Lewis, Jr. and Jerry Lewis.

The family will receive friends Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Conicville Volunteer Fire Department, 763 Conicville Road, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842.

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3 Condolences to Jessie Moyers Dellinger

  1. John and Toni Dellinger says:

    I have many fond memories of visiting Uncle Galen and Aunt Jessie’s home as a child. As always back then , adults talked and children went outside and played and so children played. My dad, Clarence told many stories growing up with him and Galen and as always during that time children grew up fast and did a mans work early. Aunt Jessie will be missed at family reunions and I hope her family finds comfort in the Lord during this time of memories
    John and Tonya Dellinger

  2. Jerry and Patty Ryan says:

    Our deepest sympathy and thoughts are with your family as you deal with your loss.

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