Virginia-Ridgway-Obituary

Virginia S. Ridgway

Wayzata, Minnesota

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Ginney, you were one of my favorite and special customers that I had that came into Lunds every week. My deepest condolances to the family. My prayers are with you.

Ginney Sue was as a diehard Blake Varsity Tennis fan! She will always be remembered sitting by the courts cheering for her grandson Charlie, with her beloved dog Bella at her side. We will truly miss her bright spirit and smiling face. May God bless her!

So sorry to hear the news about Ginney Sue. We grew up together on Newton Ave. and were very close and good friends for many years. I have many wonderful memories of our times together. I have lived in Massachusetts since 1959 so our lives grew apart. I treasue the wonderful friendship we had growing up in Mpls. together. My deepest condolences to you Jimmy and Holly and all the family.

The "stick of dynamite" part was certainly right. I remember Ginney Sue from the Kenwood years. She was lively, outgoing and fun to be around. My sympathy to her family and friends at the loss of this loving and lively spirit.
Pete Strong

We remember Ginney Sue when she lived with her brother and parents long ago on Newton Avenue. She was riding her bike and joining in the hi jinks on the way to school. I think her picture reminds me of days gone by. She was a presence on Newton Avenue. I am sorry she had to leave us. Sharon Gallagher Walsh

Ginney, you were a joy to many, many cousins. We all remember the great summers at White Bear Lake with Wawie and Grandaddy.

Rest in Peace. Love Cousin Tom

Sending my memories of Ginny Sue and my condolences to her family at this time of sorrow.

Our hearts go out to virginia and her loved ones. We are sorry to hear the news

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Virginia's Obituary

Virginia Ridgway passed away in Wayzata, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Virginia are being provided by David Lee Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 7, 2012.