Virginia "Ginny" Schick
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Virginia "Ginny" Schick. We will remember her forever.
Candle lit by  Cathy Mitcheli  on January 15th, 2016

I love you mom and I miss you and Dad!!!

Candle lit by  kathy ochs  on January 16th, 2016

Ginny you will be so missed.  As a cousin I was always glad we stayed in touch.  Loved visiting you and family.  Everyone I knew always said how beautiful you were.  Loved your Christmas letters.  Was glad when yourother came w you.  Could see all of the hirschauer s then.  Still have a flank steak recipe from you that you gave me back in the early 1970s.  Loosing you was the end of my dad's generation.  You were too young to leave us.  Cathy and family and you and Walt remain in my prayers every day.  You will not be forgotten.

Candle lit by  Clarice Nelson  on January 17th, 2016

Cathy, your dad was my cousin but I never got to meet him.  I was born July 1936, shortly after your grandmother died giving birth to your dad. I therefore received my middle name, Alfhilda, after her.  My father Fred, who died when I was 14 months old, and Alfhilda were brother and sister. Sympathy.  Clarice A Amundson Nelson

Candle lit by  Maryln Pedgrift  on January 19th, 2016

I am so sorry about Ginny.  We used to play together when we were young.  I just loved her and she was so beautiful.  I can still see her in my mind. I would love to know you.  Maryln Pedgrift.

Candle lit by  Kirsten Beutenmueller  on March 4th, 2017

Dear Cathy and Kimberly, I am so sorry. Walt and Ginny have been my american parents. Walt loved to play Backgamon with me. I missed her letters... I will never forget you. Last year died my grandma. She had some lovely pictures of Walt, Ginny and me in her cupboard. I hope they all look after us from heaven above.
Miss you, take care. Your german sister Kirsten

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