I grew up in Rodeo, NM with Ralph and Ginny. Was so happy when I found out they had gotten married. My condolences go out to Ralph, her daughters, June, Don and Larry. Nina Turner Francione
Words cannot even begin to express the sorrow I feel learning of Ginny's passing. She was a very important part of my life during our days in Douglas. She was a person all of us will remember with deepest affection. May the Lord hold you in his arms Ginny!
The Jobe family extends it's deepest sympathy to Ralph, Ginny's daughters and all of her family. Ginny was a caring, dedicated, considerate and loving lady. May she live forever in your hearts.
We were high school sweethearts, but best of all we were good freinds. i think of her often and how nice a person she was. I' sure she's in heaven holding a tennis raquet and smiling down on us. Rest in Peace, Love,
Ginny you were such an inspiration to so many people especially me. You will be missed terribly on Wednesday night latecomers leauge. May you now rest in peace.
Please let me, Kevin, and all of us at Zephyr extend our deepest sympathy on the passing of Ginny. Although we never met Ginny, we knew how important a part of your life she was.
Please extend our sympathy to Ginny's daughters who she obviously loved so well.
Ginny, you were and will continue to be one of the most caring and generous women I have ever had the pleasure of crossing paths with. I will miss your smiling face at the bowling alley. May you rest in peace, my beautiful friend.
My condolences goes out to the family. I knew Ginny when she worked at simpons farm and we became friends. It saddens my heart
To hear of her passing she will be greatly missed.
Sincere condolences on behalf of the Bloomquist family. Virginia was a few years younger, but I definitely remember her parents, particularly at the Cowbelle dances!! None of us remain in Douglas, though my nieces are in Tucson and Flagstaff. My prayers are with you. May God grant you His peace!! (DHS class of 1960)
I remember many an Wednesday night sitting next to Ginny at the bowling alley as her teammate, joking and laughing, I will surely miss her as I am sure many many people will. She touched my life just by knowing her. Ginny will be forever in my heart. God bless,her family, and to all of her many friends, my prayers go out to you all
May the grace of God be with the family. I knew Ginny for many years and it was such a pleasure to have known her. The world will be an empty place without her in it but knowing that God has a beautiful angel by his side. May God grant the family strength during the days to come. Antionette Nevarez.