Virginia Margaret Anderson
November 30, 1941
August 10, 2021
Anderson, Virginia Margaret
Virginia (Gini) Margaret Anderson, in her 80th year, passed away peacefully in her sleep on August 10, 2021.
She will be remembered by her daughter Lititia Bishop and her son Kendall Neave; her grandchildren Michael, Shane, Kayla, Roger and Katherine; and her great-grandchildren Elaine, Margaret and James. Also, by her brother Ian (Linda) Anderson, and sisters Sheila Starling and Colla Anderson.
Virginia had been active in the Order of the Eastern Star, Daughter of the Nile, Beta Sigma Phi, and the Sacred Circle Dancers.
Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Gini’s Guestbook at mccormackfuneralhomesarnia.com.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Visitation & Services
Canatara Park Pavilion
1 - 3 pm
Saturday August 28, 2021
A Celebration of Life
Masks are requested for entry to McCormack Funeral Home.
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Donna Powers - Garner
I was a Sorority Sister of Ginny’s. She always had a welcoming smile. She dropped by my place last summer. We had a wonderful visit. I always enjoyed talking with her. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
Wilma & Jim Johnson
So sorry to hear about Gini's passing. We always enjoyed our visits with her at the Sisson family get together's. She was just visiting with Jim's mother, Dorothy Johnson a few weeks before. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Blessings, Wilma & Jim Johnson
Jeanie and Steve Hlinka
Gini and I always had some good laughs when we talked ,remembering when she visited the farm and I visited the city when we were young. She was always so hospitable and caring. We will miss her Sending our sympathy and love to Letitia , Kendall, Ian. Sheila and Calla Jeanie and Steve Hlinka
So sorry for your loss. Gini was a devoted member of the Daughters of the Nile and she will be missed by her special friends in the Lambton Club. She will be in our prayers. Joan Maddox, Princess Royal, Omar Temple No. 111
I was a sorority sister with Gini. We both had Watford in common, she told me she was born there & I lived there for 40 years. A few people we both knew. She was very thoughtful & caring person and often brought nice quotes to our meeting. My thoughts & prayers go out to her family.
Gini was a dear friend, both in the Star and the Daughters of the Nile. We served both organizations for many years together. She was always a vivacious and energetic lady, ready for each function and any situation. May she Rest In Peace.