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Maryon COLLINS Obituary
COLLINS (Moise), Maryon Virginia "Ginny" Born: Carlinville, IL, Dec. 12, 1925; Died: Palmer, TN, Nov. 28, 2017. Spiritual: Co-founder Windsong Ministries, Inc., Shellman Bluff & Woodstock, GA, 1984-2011; Lay reader, Monday Night Prayer Group, Cathedral of St. Philip, Atl., GA, 1973-1984. Theatrical: Cast member, Theater Under The Stars, Atl., GA, 1955 & 1966; Co-founder Sewanee Variety Show, Sewanee, TN, 1955-1966; Cast member, Carousel, New Haven, CT & Boston, MA & Broadway, 1945-46 [stage name: Ginna Moise]. Parents (deceased): Lionel Calhoun Moise & Maryon Evelyn (Mounts) Moise of Carlinville, IL. Siblings (all deceased): Jayne (Moise) Falk, Nan (Moise) Thomas & William S. Moise, all of Carlinville, IL. Husband (deceased): The Very Rev. David B. Collins of Hot Springs, AR. Children (all living): Melissa Williams (Curt), Christopher Collins, Matthew Collins, Geoffrey Collins (Debbie), all of Sewanee, TN. Grandchildren: Rebekah Williams & Trevor Williams (Amy). Great-Grandchildren: Austin Williams & Grayson Williams. Ginny Collins was emblematic of "The Greatest Generation" - a generation of Americans that seemed to know no bounds. She will be missed. Memorial Service: Cathedral of St. Philip, Atl., GA, Dec. 15, 2017 at 10:00 am, with Interment of her ashes in The Cathedral Memorial Garden and Reception in The Court of Gratitude.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Dec. 3, 2017
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