Virginia Ann (Ginny) Bowser
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Virginia (Ginny) Ann Bowser

Monmouth Junction - Virginia (Ginny) Ann Bowser, 67, of Monmouth Junction, NJ passed away on May 15, 2020 at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center.

Virginia was born in Brooklyn, NY, raised in Queens, NY, and settled in Monmouth Junction, NJ. She was a self-employed Child Care Provider and was an employee at Target. Ginny loved spending times with her family and friends, going to the beach, playing volleyball, and playing Liverpool rummy.

Predeceased by her parents Harold and Dorothy Rohrig; she is survived by her children Bryan (Caytie) Bowser and Michael (Meg) Bowser; brothers Walter (Sheree) Rohrig and Richard (Susan) Rohrig; grandchildren Kendyl and Tyler Bowser; nephews Justin and Douglas Rohrig; and nieces Courtney and Mary Catherine Rohrig.

A memorial service and burial of ashes will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to charities for children, CJ Foundation for SIDS, Make A Wish Foundation, or Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Arrangements are under the direction of M.J. Murphy Funeral Home, Monmouth Junction, NJ.




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Published in Home News Tribune from May 16 to May 17, 2020.
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May 18, 2020
As the days and week's pass and as you return to life's routine,may the family receive support and comfort from God and friends. Virginia will always be cherish in our hearts.She is already missed! She is loved.
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Jennie.
May 17, 2020
She will without a doubt be greatly missed. Rest in peace Ginny
James
May 16, 2020
I had the pleasure and honor of meeting and working with Virginia at Target. She always met you with a smile and was so much fun to work with, we were always sharing a laugh. She very often spoke of her family, holidays together and times at the shore house. My sincerest condolences to Virginia's family,
Judy Lapp
May 16, 2020
Our sincerest condolences! We have not seen Ginny in many years, but she was always the sweetest, warm and loving. Sending hugs and prayers to Bryan and Michael and your families. Cherish all the wonderful memories you have of your mom!
Raymonde Pozzolano
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