My heart is sad. I just learned of Gini's passing away. I met Gini at the Cancer Community Center as part of our Dancing on the Edge support group. She was so thoughtful and such a comfort to others. She also stayed in our cottage for a weak on Peaks Island through her CCC auction bid and also came out for lunch. My husband Chris and I will make a donation to the Center in her honor.
I know that you will miss her as Mom and Grandma but she is still an angel watching over you.
Thinking of you.
An angel was taken from us on Christmas Day. Gini was so loved by so many. I met Gini nearly 20 years ago thru her dear friend Jacquie and it was hugs at first sight. We reconnected about 8 yrs ago on one of my annual trips to Maine visiting Jacquie and all her gal pals. Gini and I were never at a loss for words. Her warmth, kindness and loved that dry wit all will be so missed. Had the honor of showing Gini Manhattan this past year with Jacquie and Joann. The two gifts she felt behind for me were her wonderful heartfelt laughter during a play we saw and when I was concerned the day was to long Gini replied ( don't worry Mommy I can take care of myself) . I do hope with time the heartache Gini's family and friends feel right now turns into beautiful memories. I will miss u ever so Miss Gini. Love and Hugs Margot
My deepest sympathy to Gini's family. I worked with Gini at Healthsource. She was a truly wonderful person and she took such pride in her boys. She was such a kind and hard working woman. How she loved to garden.
My deepest sympathy to the family. I worked with Gini in Freeport at Heathsource and she was one of the first people there to step out and embrace me as her friend. She was a lovely lady and the group of us there had great times together. I will never forget her, she was a very special person.