Upon full retirement, she and Norman wintered in Venice Fla., where Ginny became the director of Health Services in her community. During her 80s and 90s, Ginny volunteered in the Venice School System, mentoring children with emotional and/or learning needs. Ginny also resided in Danville, N.H., for 26 years, where she enjoyed kayaking and daily walks. Her final four years were spent in Rye, taking frequent walks to Wallis Sands Beach and then Portsmouth, N.H., under the loving care of the Edgewood Centre staff.
Always remaining active, Ginny cross country skied throughout her 70s; biked, swam and kayaked through her 80s and 90s; and walked and danced beyond her 103rd birthday.
Ginny’s legacy is highlighted by the positive outreach she brought to Earth. May we treasure the kind heart of one of so many years and yet so young in spirit.
Ginny would wish in lieu of flowers that we pass on a smile, kind words and compassion to others - then dance, dance, dance ...
ARRANGEMENTS: Assisting with the arrangements was the Remick & Gendron Funeral Home-Crematory, Hampton. Please visit www.RemickGendron.com to view Ginny’s memorial website, sign the tribute wall, and after April 12, to view the announcement of when in June a memorial service for Ginny will be held.