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December 12, 2018

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January 22, 2018
Our deepest sympathy.
January 22, 2018
Our deepest symparthy to Ginny's family. We are unable to attend because of illness. To lose both parents within a short time is very hard, but they are in God's loving hands.
January 21, 2018
I have many wonderful memories of Aunt Ginnie while I was growing up. She was a very warm and loving person and had a brilliant smile to share with others. My fondest memory of her was when we went to Disney world with her, my parents (Eddie and Dorothy), Aunt Phyllis and Uncle Kenny, Aunt Fern, Eartherly and me. We had a fantastic trip and memories of a lifetime. Denise and I took my grandkids to see her at the nursing home while she was still able to talk and laugh. We had a wonderful visit. She is the last member of my Dad's family to join the others who have gone before her. Aunt Ginnie was not only beautiful on the outside but she was beautiful on the inside -she had a heart of gold. She will always be cherished and loved and never forgotten. Love, Linda and family.
January 21, 2018
I have many wonderful memories of Aunt Ginnie as I was growing up. She was a very warm and loving person who had a bright smile to share with everyone. My fondest memory of her will always be when we went to Disney world with her, my parents (Eddie and Dorothy), Aunt Phyllis and Uncle Kenny, Aunt Fern, Eartherly and me. We all had a fantastic trip and memories of a lifetime. Denise and I took my grandkids to see her at the nursing home while she was still able to talk and laugh. We had a wonderful visit with her that day. Aunt Ginnie was not only beautiful on the outside but she was beautiful on the inside -had a heart of gold. We will always cherish our memories of her and she will always be loved and remembered. Love Linda and family