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Ginger Gray

Ginger Gray

Wednesday, February 28th, 1940 Monday, July 1st, 2019

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Obituary for Ginger Gray (Stinson)

GRAY, Ginger

On July 1st, 2019 Ginger left us to go over the Rainbow Bridge into the unknown. She was predeceased by her husband Al (February 11, 2012) and her brother Francis. Ginger is lovingly remembered by her children Rod Gray of Winnipeg, Dean Gray (Charlene) of Vancouver, and Jacqueline Gray of Guelph. She was the loved Nama of Alexandra Gray of Marina, California and Samantha Ferraro of Guelph. Ginger was the dear sister of Barbara (Bud) Williams of Fort Erie, Carole (Larry) Helm of Burlington, and Deb (Wanda) of Cambridge. Ginger enjoyed the last few years doing what she wanted to do – selling what she referred to as the Big House to move to a lovely, smaller home with an almost 360° view where she enjoyed observing the change of seasons. Ginger loved gardening, travelling, and animals. She was a happy-go-lucky soul.

Private cremation has taken place. Special thanks to Dr. Moodley and his staff and the care team at St. Joseph’s Palliative (Liz, Phina, Helen, Jennifer, Julia, and Dr. Spadafora) for their compassion and support. Deep gratitude and appreciation is extended to Mahvash Kashani for her loving care and friendship, which made for a world of difference to Ginger’s quality of life. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Guelph Humane Society would be appreciated by the family. Cards are available at the funeral home (519-822-4731) and condolences may be made online
at www.gilbertmacintyreandson.com

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Andy DeGaust

Jeanie & I were deeply saddened by the news rx'd last night that Ginger had passed. We'd known Al and Ginger for the many years we'd both spent in the Air Force, both in Canada and Europe. We'll miss the contacts with Ginger we'd enjoyed since we moved away from Ontario and Al's passing in 2012. They were always dear friends.
Andy & Jeanie DeGaust
St Andrews, N.S.
Comment | Posted at 06:05am via Condolence

Bieke Stengos-Cammaert

Our little Max loved Ginger, as we all did. She would look after him when we were gone. Together they'd do garage sales. She was loved.
Comment | Posted at 09:51am via Condolence
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Barbara & Bud Williams

It is so hard to realize she is gone. We shared so many happy memories of growing up together as the two red headed Stinson Sisters and getting into scrapes together. I will never forget our times together. Loved her very much. My heart goes out to Rod, Jacquie, Dean, Sam and all the other family members. I will miss you dearly Kitten. Barbara
Comment | Posted at 07:32pm via Condolence
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