Margaret Ann Lavin

May 31, 1959 - April 13, 2023

05/31/1959 - 04/13/2023

Margaret Ann Lavin, 63, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, passed away at her home on April 13, 2023. Margaret, or more affectionately known as Molly to her family, was born on May 31,1959 to the late Augustine and Connie Coffaro in Brooklyn, NY.

Margaret was full of life and lived to love her family and friends. She enjoyed working in sales and traveling to different locations within her profession for many many years before planting her roots in Virginia Beach. Margaret was loved by so many and will be missed deeply by all.

Aside from her parents, Margaret is preceded in death by her two brothers, Michael and Augustine “Augie”.

Margaret is survived by her sister, Rea; niece, Stephanie(Giovanni); goddaughters, Ashley Ann and Chrissy D; many aunts, uncles and cousins, and her five great nieces and nephews, Christopher, Mia, Michael, Lorenzo and Aliviana.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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Nanine Felico-Mattei
7 months ago

Our years together go way, way back. I remember when we 1st met. Michael introduced you as his sister Margaret Ann. We had a lot of crazy times together back then. I always knew if we were hanging out together there would never be a dull moment. Who knew that10 years later you would be in my bridal party & become my niece♥️ throughout all these years we have shared sad & happy times, good & bad times, poor & rich times and somehow always gravitating to each other. You came to PA to live with us when you wanted to make a lifestyle change. Then again you came to VA to start again. You never gave up on a new start. Always pulling yourself back up. Along the way you touched so many lives, making new relationships & forging beautiful friendships. God always blessed you by surrounding you with people who cared & loved you. My beautiful Molly, how do I say goodbye? I can’t! I love you my niece, my friend. I know you are celebrating at your welcome home banquet. Enjoy your eternity, I’ll see you when it’s time for my homecoming 🙌🙌🙌♥️♥️♥️✝️✝️✝️😘😘😘

Marjorie Felico-Pattison
7 months ago

You were a beautiful generous soul with the kindest heart. I was truly blessed to know you and to be part of your circle. You have left a piece of yourself in many hearts, that is your legacy. You did so well in your chosen profession because you worked with people and they were drawn to you because of your kindness, humor and your very Brooklyn attitude. All put together in a package that was so uniquely you. I’m so glad you made Va your home as I got to know you so much better then I did back home, and you brought great joy to your Uncle Charlie and Nini. Rest in peace now until we meet again 🙏💔🙏