It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Virginia Ann Hunt of Sarnia on Saturday June 19th, 2021. Virginia was born in London Ontario on April 13th, 1928 and moved to Sarnia after WW2. Ginny attended McMaster University and became a schoolteacher for many decades in Sarnia. She was an avid traveler, visiting many countries in Europe by air and sea. Ginny is survived by nephew Jamie Hunt of Pitt Meadows BC, and nieces Connie Ann Smith (nee Hunt) of Niagara on the Lake, Cathy Sbertole of Upland California and Julie Goldsmith of Bakersfield California. Many thanks to all the caregivers at the Lambton Meadowview Villa in Petrolia who looked after Ginny since 2017. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Ginny’s Guestbook” at mccormackfuneralhomesarnia.com. A Celebration of Ginny's Life will be held at McCormack Funeral Home, 254 George Street (at College Avenue) on Tuesday June 29th at 2 pm. Attendance will require registering in advance at 519-383-7121. Also, the service will be broadcast on ZOOM with the link posted on our website service day.
Celebration of Life
Tuesday June 29, 2021
at McCormack Funeral Home.
Please call in advance to reserve
your seat for Ginny's Service. Only those registered may be admitted.
Seating is limited. A mask is mandatory.
Please call 519-383-7121 to book you seat.
Also Ginny's service may my viewed
on ZOOM beginning at 1:30.
Donations can be made online by using the link.
Cheques will be received at the funeral home.
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I very much enjoyed visiting with your aunt at Lambton Meadowview on behalf of the Retired Teachers of Ontario. She was always so appreciative of the small gifts our organization brought to her and of the time we spent reminiscing about the schools she had taught in.
Theresa v. K.
My sincerest condolences. My “boys” Koeper and Tuck loved to visit Ginny. We have missed seeing her over this time of Covid. She has been in my thoughts. May she rest in peace. Theresa v. K.
To the Family of Virginia, Please accept my condolences on Virginia's passing. I met Virginia when I was first-year teacher at Rosedale School. I remember well her friendliness and her willingness to go out of her way to advise and help a young teacher. i will always be thankful for her mentoring. She was a grand lady with an infectious laugh. A beautiful soul! Ron Mansfield