Kit Whitney Ginn
1956 - 2020
1956 ~ 2020
Our fun-loving Kit Whitney Ginn passed away December 9th 2020 at the Banner Desert Hospital with his twin brother by his side due to pneumonia and diabetes. Kit was born August 10th 1956 and adopted by parents Coy Jackson Ginn and Margie Irene Ginn. Kit attended Cottonwood High School and graduated the year 1974. Kit was active in school position as Vice President of the Men's Association. Kit was a member of the church of Jesus Christ of latter-day saint.
Kit married Sherrie Belyn later divorced but brought two daughters in the world Kalee Rebecca Ginn, and Mimi Ginn Gunnell. Kit has 6 grandchildren Kiana, Kamia, Shianne, Caydence, Tea Losa, Marley which he loved so much but he was really proud to have a Great Grandson Amar'e.
Kit was a fan of the Utah Utes and the Arizona Cardinals, golfing etc. He loved to fly to a lot to cities to visit especially his friends in SLC and Cleveland to visit his relatives and his sister Pearl. Kit loved to have a great meal especially his weekly Hawaiian food and Sushi and that was a must! Also listening to the Rolling Stones. Kit was proudly to work for Southwest Airlines for 21 years.
Kit is survived by his sister Pearl Ginn Clark, Franklin Pennsylvania, his twin brother Kim Kimo Ginn, Tempe AZ, daughters Kalee R. Ginn, Salt Lake City and Mimi Ginn Gunnel, Riverside CA. and many nieces and nephews.
Kit is preceded in death by his parents' father Coy Jackson Ginn, mother Margie Irene Ginn, sister Annie Mae Pond, sister Syble Ginn Stromness, brother Coy Lidell Ginn.
I want to thank all the nurses and doctors at the Banner Desert hospital and Fresenius Dialysis in Tempe AZ for their care he received for his diabetes. Also, I want to Thank Lyndon B. Johnson for his kindness and his support during Kits disease from beginning to end… I Thank You Lyndon.
There will be a Celebration of life in Salt Lake City, Utah January 16th Saturday at 1830 E. 6400 South, Holladay Utah at 12.00 noon. Please wear your mask to protect others. Due to Kit's request he will be cremated.
During the last months of his life, he continually emphasized his LOVE for all. God Bless him Rest in peace! Until we meet again - Peace Out.
Published by The Salt Lake Tribune on Dec. 20, 2020.
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Sincere sympathy, Kim. R
Roma Smith
December 20, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Love Terri & Jeff Cardwell
Terri Cardwell
December 20, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Terri Cardwell
December 20, 2020
Good Bye Dear friend. Thank you For your friendship and great memories shared by many, but mostly your example of how to live and deal with a life of trials some might think as unfair. May your friends Peace & Rest join you on your journey. Love you Kit.
Lyndon Johnson
December 20, 2020
Kit was a brother to me. Even though he was my Uncle. We went everywhere in Grandpa Ginn station wagon. All 9 of us we went camping to lagoon family reunion swimming at the Carter's to the nutcracker ballet. I should of said who the 9 are it was Grandpa and Grandma Ginn,.. Syble and Bill my mom and dad Pearl And Kit and Kim and Garry and Irene and Sally and Julie me love you Kit we will miss you say hi to all our loved one in heaven. I will miss all the laughs and the good time we had together.
Irene S McLelland
December 20, 2020
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