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November 11, 2013
Turcott family. You have been such a 2nd family to me--thank you! Ginny was always interested in my life when I visited Tim. Kudos to Tim for his being there for her--in his home. Several times when the 3 of us went to breakfast, she used some really interesting idioms we explored. Like, "I can't even sing in a bucket". She was a highly intelligent woman who contained her emotions--such a contrast to Woody! They were truly opposites--oh, maybe other than both expressing the slightly cynical aspect of things?! I appreciated them. God bless you all. May Ginny bless you from the other shore.
November 05, 2013
I will never forget your mom. She was me elementary teacher. I remember her so well. I am so sorry for your loss.
November 01, 2013
Really sounds like she had a wonderful life after I left West Lake , maybe she'll say hi to Bob & Katie for us. May she rest in peace.
November 01, 2013
My Mom and I will miss our Sunday bridge games. Ginny was fiercely independent, you never had to guess about what she wanted or how she was feeling. She was practical,realistic, and bright right to the end. I am sorry that I did not meet her earlier in my life, but feel lucky to have spent time with her this past couple of years. She leaves behind an incredible legacy of so many wonderful people starting with her sisters, sons, and daughter-in-laws, and so many lovely grandchildren. I am sorry for the loss - one more from "The Greatest Generation." Ginny was loved and she will be missed.
November 01, 2013
I will always treasure those few precious conversations that I had with Virginia. She shared with me about her productive and interesting life. Lives remembered are eternally treasured. God bless.

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