Guestbook for Virginia Hammel

Al and Ardy Westerhaus.
We enjoyed the many years of knowing Ginger. Over the years Ginger taught us how to live the good life. We will miss the many visits discussing the various interests, from NASCAR to flowers, football and of course the casino. We enjoyed the crappie runs. We are especially grateful for knowing Ginger's wonderful family
10/26/2013



Brigitte Kalland
First I would like to extend my deepest condolence for her family. My prayers are with you all. Although I have only been a part of her life for 5 years, I loved her and I will miss her smiling face, hugs and sense of humor. Thank you Ginger for welcoming me into to your West View family.
10/23/2013



Lynn Thompson
I sure will miss you Ginger! :( I am glad you are not suffering anymore. You were a wonderful Grandma to my boys and my 3 Grandchildren. I love you! Thank you for being in my life!
10/22/2013



Rev Judith Clark
Ginger attended Aitkin United Methodist Church occasionally, so I met this quiet lady who liked to do things behind the scenes. We best knew Ginger for her decorated Easter eggs, wheat dolls, and Christmas ornaments. She will be missed this side of heaven. May you, her family, be comforted by memories of Ginger's life.
10/16/2013


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