Virginia M. “Ginny” (Lang) Eudaley

Virginia M. “Ginny” (Lang) Eudaley

Virginia M. “Ginny” (Lang) Eudaley, age 89, of Dubuque, was called home peacefully at 3:13 a.m., on Monday, March 26, at her granddaughter’s home, surrounded by her loving family. To honor Ginny’s life, private family services were held. Behr Funeral Home, 1491 Main Street, is in charge of arrangements.

Ginny was born on April 22, 1929, in Dubuque, Iowa, daughter of Arnold and Anne (Welter) Lang.

Ginny was united in marriage to the love of her life, Billie Eudaley, on June 25, 1948, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Dubuque. They were blessed with 2 children and 61 wonderful years together, before Billie was sadly called home ahead of her on June 20, 2010. Ginny was always a hard worker and would devote 21 years to Flexsteel as an inspector, until her well earned retirement in 1979. In their free time, Ginny and Billie loved to spend time outside, whether it be sitting around the campfire at Waupeton, or casting a line, each hoping to catch the biggest fish of the day. They were avid boaters and spent countless hours out on the river with the children, one of their favorite activities. Ginny was an outgoing woman who was lovingly known as the “Mayor of Milwaukee Street”, always willing to go the extra mile to help her neighbors. We are deeply saddened at losing our wonderful mom, grandma, great-grandma and sister, but are extremely grateful for all of the memories we have to hold on to and cherish forever.

Those left to cherish Ginny’s memory include

her children,
Daryl (Teri) Eudaley, Peosta, IA
and Jill (Jim) Faulhaber, Dubuque, IA;

her grandchildren,
Billie Lee Zenner,
Stacy (Clyde) Franzen,
Sarah Faulhaber,
Candace (Michael) Loebach,
Kristin (Cody) Weber,
Krystal Scholtes,
Maria (Sam) Weber
and Jacob Weber;

her great-grandchildren,
Kelly Martin, Abby Lane, Chloe James, DJ (Jessica), Kayla, Tanyor, Tayah, Anthony, Kailee (Brad), Chesnee (Paul), Kacee (Hunter), Laszol, Olana, John and Kensi;

her great great-grandchildren,
Jaxon, Skylar, Addison, Madison and Nicholas Clyde;

her brother,
Arnold “Skip” Lang, Dubuque, IA;

and her godson,
Steve Lang.

Ginny was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Billie Eudaley; and her sisters, Rachel Fullbright, Betty Birch, Darlene Wise, June Silverberg and Donna Bradley.

Ginny’s family would like to extend a special thank you to the nurses and staff of Hospice of Dubuque for all of their kind, compassionate and professional care of Ginny and her family.

Memorials will be accepted by the family to be distributed among her favorite charities.


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8 condolences for Virginia M. “Ginny” (Lang) Eudaley
  1. Jeanie Felderman says:

    Jill and family. I’m so sorry for your loss of your Mom. She was such a character and made me laugh. May she rest in peace. Jeanie (Bechen) Felderman.

  2. Jim and Raechel Cole says:

    So sorry for the loss of your mom, Daryl. Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Georgia Baxter says:

    Jill and Daryl
    So very sorry to see of your mothers passing. I am out if town for another week but wanted to give you both condolences from Joe and I. Thought this email would be the best way since we wont be back in Dubuque for a while

  4. Stan and Mary Schueller says:

    Daryl and Teri we are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and all your family. Thoughts and Prayers. May she rest in peace.

  5. Corey Birkel says:

    Daryl sorry to hear about your mother. now I know where you get the fishing from.

  6. Larry Hentrich says:


  7. Connie Lehman says:

    Jill and Daryl
    So sorry to read about Your Mom. She was a wonderful lady. She pierced my ears for me when I was 16, with an ice cube, a potato and a needle and thread! Her cologne was Chanel and Jill and I would spray it on sparing when she wasn’t home. She always made me feel so welcomed in her home. Loved cruising in her yellow Dodge, with Jill behind the wheel. So much fun. So many good memories. A sweet sweet lady. Rest In Peace Ginny.

  8. Jeff Liddle says:

    Ginny and I were good fishing buddies for a couple of years.
    We had a trailer at Waupeton, and she and I fished together
    just over the railroad tracks, and by the large flat Rocky area.
    We always raced to see who could get more fish. She was a very
    nice person. Im sorry to hear of her passing.

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