Aileen England

aileen england
Aileen England

(Age 78)

A resident of Reston, Virginia for over 43 years

Aileen England died on Sunday, July 24, 2016 in Fairfax, Virginia. Loving wife of 54 years of David England; devoted mother of Robert and James (Lori) England and cherished grandmother of Brighton and Kinsly England. She is also survived by her brother James and his wife Marge Golden. Aileen was a school teacher for 35 years at Lake Anne Elementary School in Reston, VA. She will be missed by her family, friends, colleagues and students. Relatives and friends are invited to Aileen's Life Celebration at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave, Vienna, VA on Friday, August 5 from 1 PM until time of service at 2 PM. Aileen came into the world with her twin sister and she will be buried with her twin sister in Colorado. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation Army.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Mrs. England was my very favourite teacher at Lake Anne Elementary school. I just moved to the States from living in Europe and was quite nervous at switching elementary schools. Mrs England was kind and so loving. She used to give me little back scratches with her perfect nails 🙂 I have thought of her often throughout my adult years. Im very sorry to hear of her passing. Please know that she made a huge impact I believe in the life of her students, she definitely did in mine. My sincere condolences and warmest wishes. Laura Killoran

  2. My sincere condolences to the family on your loss. But may your heart be comforted by the hope of the resurrectiona reality as demonstrated by Jesus at John 11:39-44. There he raised Lazarus who had been dead for 4 days. Now try to imagine the happy reunion when Ms. Aileen is welcomed back into your loving arms! (Mark 5:41,42) Learn more at With deepest sympathy

  3. Aileen was a wonderful mother-in-law the our daughter and brought so much joy into the lives of our grandchildren. We love to listen to Brighton and Kinsley telling us about “Ma”. Brighton was so excited when she read a story to his kindergarten class and when she and “Papa” came to see him play soccer.:) We will miss Aileen and will always remember and celebrate the joy and love she brought into all of our family. With our sincere condolences, Gwen and Jimmy

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