Virginia R. Stallings, 90

Worked as a clerk at Hutzler's department store

February 22, 2007

Virginia Ruth Stallings, a retired department store clerk, died of heart disease and dementia Feb. 14 at Heritage Harbour Health and Rehabilitation Center. The Annapolis resident was 90.

Born Virginia Ruth Hasenei in McKees Rocks, Pa., she moved to Baltimore's Pimlico area and was a 1934 graduate of Western High School.

In 1953, she began work in the women's glove department at Hutzler's department store, later joining its display and accounts payable departments. She retired in 1979 and moved to Annapolis in 1997, after residing many years in Pikesville.

She enjoyed traveling, needlework and German cooking.

Services were held Monday in Severna Park.

Survivors include a daughter, Arline Stallings Kirk of Annapolis; two brothers, Alfred Hasenei and Duane Hasenei, both of Baltimore; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Her first husband, John Edward Stallings, died in 1945. Her second husband, Maurice Ellsworth Flather, died in 1997. A daughter, Janice Irene Warden, died in 1957.

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