Virginia A. Sokoloski

September 22, 1974 ~ February 19, 2022 (age 47) 47 Years Old

Virginia Sokoloski Obituary


Virginia A. Sokoloski, of Dallas, passed away Saturday, February 19,2022 at home. Born September 22,1974, in Kingston, she was the daughter of the late Joseph Todd and Eleanor Marriott Lewis. Virginia was a graduate of Wyoming Valley West High School and was employed as a service technician for Pride Mobility and as an Events/Wedding Co-Ordinator at Friedman Farms, Dallas, with her husband. Virginia was a breast cancer survivor. She was a kind and loving person who   cherished spending time with her family. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother; Joseph Todd Lewis III; sister; Kimberly Randazzo, and a niece, Madison Sokoloski. Surviving is her husband, Peter E; children; Kayla Scaramastro (William) Pittston; Joshua Sokoloski, Dallas; Morgan Davies (Zachary), Pringle; brothers; John (Donna) Yankovich, Acworth, Georgia; Gregg (Debbie) Yankovich, Myrtle Beach, S.C., Matthew Lewis, Dallas; nieces and nephews. Funeral and interment for Virginia will be private and held at the convenience of the family. Memorial donations in Virginia’s name may be made to Candy’s Place, Cancer and Wellness Center, Suite #166, 190 Welles Street, Forty-Fort, Pa. 18704. Arrangements are by Hugh P. Boyle & Son Funeral home, Inc. 416 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, Pa. 18704. To share a memory or send an online condolence, please visit    

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