Virginia (Hall) Dailey of Lovettsville, Virginia, died peacefully on January 2, 2021 at her home with her husband Bob at her side. Virginia was born on August 3, 1942 in Frederick, Maryland. Virginia (Jenny) was the daughter of the late Edward and Madeline Hall.\nEarly in her career she loved being in real estate, and would tell funny, funny stories regarding finding the perfect home for her clients. Prior to retiring she was the manager for the wonderful Stoneseifer estate.\nShe and Bob loved to camp. And don't get in her way when she wanted to play bingo, buy a scratch off, or go to Charlestown. She loved going to the class reunions for the Poolesville Class of 1960. She was also known for telling jokes, with barely a breath in between them. If yo were down and out, Virginia always found a way to make you laugh.\nVirginia is survived by her husband Bob, three children, Jennifer Ziemann, Greg Dailey and Robert (Bobby) Dailey Jr. In addition, Virginia had four grandchildren: Madeline Harris, Georgiana Ziemann, Scottie Ziemann and Elise Dailey. Virginia also has two great-grandchildren, Rowan Harris and Raegan Harris.\nShe is also survived by four sisters: Peggy Morningstar of Poolesville, MD; Emma Welsh of Clarksburg, MD; Nellie Hartfield of Gulfport, Miss; and Nancy Holmes of Lovettsville, VA. She is pre-deceased by her sister Beverly Strouse of Poolesville, MD.\nIn addition, Virginia also has many nephews, nieces, and cousins whom she also dearly loved.