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Virginia M. Carr

April 6, 1920 ~ June 2, 2017 (age 97)
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Message from John and Nadine Suhrbier
June 25, 2017 8:39 PM

Ginny and Dick were two of our vary favorite people in Winchester and at The Parish of the Epiphany. They were ever present and always supportive. When Dick first suggested that I serve as Warden, I told him I wasn't ready. When I eventually was elected as Warden, Ginny and Dick provided welcome support. The current rector lives in their former house on Lakeview Road. Whenever I drive by or visit there, I always think of Ginny and Dick.
Our thoughts and prayers are with with you.
Message from The En Ka Society of Winchester, MA 01890
June 25, 2017 10:58 AM

To the Family of Virginia Carr,

This note of condolence extends sincere sympathy and respectful admiration upon the passing of Virginia.

Her many fine qualities and numerous accomplishments were announced and praised in the recent En Ka June meeting.

May the knowledge that others care bring you comfort and consolation.

Message from Kennebunk
June 16, 2017 4:06 PM

Ginnie and Dick added much in their presence at St. David's in Kennebunk.
I have missed them.
Dorothy Matheson
Message from Kennebunk, Maine
June 16, 2017 3:45 PM

It was a pleasure and an honor to have known Ginnie. She and Dick were stalwarts at St David's, and they were always fun and interesting to talk to. I still think of them whenever I look over to the pew where they always sat, and thinking of them always makes me smile. God bless them.
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A candle was lit by Tom and kristin Tipton on June 15, 2017 8:55 PM
Prayers and hugs from the Tipton's !! We have such wonderful memories of Aunt Gin and our trips to Maine. She will be missed but always rembered.

Fondly, Tom, Kristin and Madison Tipton
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A candle was lit by Tom, Kristin and Madison Tipton on June 15, 2017 8:52 PM
Message from Antonio and Munia (Spain)
June 15, 2017 5:02 AM

Dear Caroline:

Still remember the days I met with you, Ginnie and Dick at Kennebunk Port in Maine. Just a spanish guy coming from the other side of the ocean and had not any kind of feeling of being outside from home. Ginnie made me feel being at home even if I was a stranger at this moment. They were like my grand parents at this moment but in the states and I really appreciated that. Therefore Munia and myself feel very sad about this loss of a fantastic person. We send you all our love and support from the other side of the ocean at this moment. We are with you.

Message from Marjorie Yalowicki
June 14, 2017 3:14 PM

My most sincere sympathy to you, Carolyn and to all the members of your family. Love will linger forever in your memories and hearts
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