Condolence From: Jan and Ed Hamann, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Your mother was a kind and caring lady. Her gifts of teaching and caring for others will continue to have lasting effects on our church and community. She will be missed. Love to you all.
Condolence From: Janice Eddey, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I want you to know how important Ginny was to Church of the Master. I was honored to know her as the person who got Stephen's Ministry started at Church of the Master. As a Stephen's Minister, I am grateful for her leadership. I also admired her as a teacher. Enjoyed seeing her at church when she was able to come. Prayers for her family at this time.
Condolence From: Lisa Burkhart, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: We are so sorry for you loss. Ginny was such a wonderful lady! We enjoyed having her live at Friendship Village Columbus. She had a great smile whenever you would see her. Thank you for allowing her to be part of our family. We will miss her greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.
Condolence From: Linda & Jim Fischer, Ostrander, Ohio
Condolence: We will miss Aunt Ginny very much. The whole family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Wish we could all be together during this time. Love you all.
Condolence From: Sharon Wolf (Crary), Dublin, OH
Condolence: Ginny was a very special lady, so smart, witty, & talented. Many fond memories of teaching with Ginny at Cherrington School for nearly 30 years. A special memory from 1968, our first year at Cherrington was when Shirley was in my fifth grade class. Ginny helped set up a telescope night in the school parking lot. Shirley, do you remember that? We saw stars and constellations that night to enhance our space unit. What fun that was!!
Condolence From: Linda Moore Zink, Sebring, Ohio
Condolence: She was my Aunt Ginny. So many fun memories like the time she took my sister and me to her family's farm. Lots of memories from when she was younger and living in Cuyahoga Falls and all the family gatherings. What a life well lived. God Bless.
Condolence From: Martha Walker, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Ginny was a friend and a fellow teacher at Cherrington.
Many times over the years Ginny invited the teachers to come to her home
which was nearby, for food and friendship. In later years, Ginny and I made a memorable trip to Australia and New Zealand. She was always up for something
new and maybe challenging. Rest in peace good friend.
Condolence From: Greg and Claire Sampson, Delaware, Ohio
Condolence: Shirley, Karen, Myra and family,
Are deepest sympathies. Ginny was a very special neighbor, friend, colleague, educator and most of all Mother.
Condolence From: ron martin, Canal Winchester, Ohio
Condolence: So many fond memories of a fun lady from our teaching days! Like when she played Minnie Pearl. And opened her home to us during the strike. Rest in peace my fair lady!
Sarah J Martin
Condolence From: Sarah Martin, Canal Winchester, Ohio
Condolence: So many fond memories of a fun and wonderful lady. She made a great Minnie Peart one year when the teachers put on an assembly for the students. She was so kind to open her home as the strike headquarters during the teacher's strike. Rest in peace my fair lady!
Condolence From: Peggy Jones, Powell, Oh.
Condolence: Condolences to the family of a wonderful woman. Tom and I were neighbors on Mohican Way and for many years rented her garage for one of our antique cars. We loved her and always enjoyed her company. Deepest sympathy to you all. Peggy Jones
Condolence From: Mark and Billie Clark, Gahanna, Ohio
Condolence: Our sincere condolences to the family. We hope all the memories bring you smiles, laughter and comfort. May she Rest in Peace knowing how much she was loved.
Condolence From: Lauri Nair, Clifton Park, NY
Condolence: My deepest sympathies to Virginia’s family! She was a wonderful lady and I enjoyed every moment with her. I pray that God will give you comfort in this time. Take time to share and enjoy all of the good memories.
Condolence From: Tony Whitlow, Goodyear, Arizona
Condolence: My deepest sympathies to Ginnys family!
I remember so many times at Shirley’s house and I can honestly say we were always laughing!
The first time I ever met her Shirley brought her to our house for a Christmas party! I remember later asking Shirley if we were too much and Shirley said “ Oh no not at all in fact she wants to go next year”
That was Ginny, fun, laughing and just enjoying life!