ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Virginia "Ginger" Hamilton, 79 years old, born on August 27, 1941, and passed away on May 17, 2021. We will remember her forever.

There will not be a funeral held, but a memorial at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery will take place. Details for this event will be given as they become available.  

If there is anything you would like to send please send it to the following address.
7804 Island View Drive
Arlington, TX 76016
Posted by Pamela Holter on May 23, 2021
I love you Mama! I always will - please save me a spot too next to you... I will miss you so very much! You taught me so much & you were my cheerleader and you showed so much strength!

Pam
Posted by Sandra Kellar on May 23, 2021
BEST MOM EVER !! I HOPE YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU NOW AND FOREVER. YOU WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN. I MISS YOU SO MUCH ALREADY! UNTIL I SEE YOU AGAIN MAMA!
SAVE ME A PLACE TO SPEND ETERNITY WITH YOU IN HEAVEN !

SANDY OR #3... LOL

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Posted by Pamela Holter on May 23, 2021
I love you Mama! I always will - please save me a spot too next to you... I will miss you so very much! You taught me so much & you were my cheerleader and you showed so much strength!

Pam
Posted by Sandra Kellar on May 23, 2021
BEST MOM EVER !! I HOPE YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU NOW AND FOREVER. YOU WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN. I MISS YOU SO MUCH ALREADY! UNTIL I SEE YOU AGAIN MAMA!
SAVE ME A PLACE TO SPEND ETERNITY WITH YOU IN HEAVEN !

SANDY OR #3... LOL
her Life

Strong Christian Woman

She was born in Oklahoma City, OK in 1941 to Irene and Riley. She grew up to be a strong Christian woman that many generations to come will continue to pass down her legacy. She later married Chuck Hamilton who was there to support her for many years along the way. Ginger had a great sense of humor with an everlasting light of positivity. Her love of God's word was unlike anyone you will ever meet. Once she lost her vision and was no longer able to read the Bible she would listen to the word of God audibly. Nothing would ever get between her and her relationship with God.

She gave birth to three beautiful daughters; Jan, Pam, and Sandy who were also raised to love the Lord. She is survived by her children, grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren.

We will forever miss you "Ginger"!
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Rainy Days

Shared by Pamela Holter on June 9, 2021
I remember she would always call and check on me if it rained on my way home!  I would be in trouble if I missed her call.  Haha!