You would have known her as Ginny, Aunt Ginny or Gin Gin. Ginny was raised on a farm; one of 16 children. As a child she saw how hard workers earned high praise and Ginny was never a slouch. To the end Ginny believed in being punctual; she died shoveling out her driveway to head to work at Damask Candies. Of course, come holidays you’d find wearing her bonnet and filling Damask to the roof with candies. She had a green thumb: her Christmas cactus bloomed every Thanksgiving. Cleaning the inside of her home wasn’t enough for Ginny; last year she scrubbed down all her exterior walls. Perhaps the only time she sat still is when Lucy Capri would come over and sit on their outside porch and enjoy the evening air.
A young Ginny Hunt was on a date when another gentleman asked her to dance. That dance was with the late Arthur. They married and were blessed with two sons, David (Diane) of Carney’s Point and Michael of Swedesboro. She is survived by three brothers, Samuel (Anita), Walter (Barbara) and Kenneth (Joyce) Hunt; and sisters, Dorothy (Phil) Coppolino and Edith (Louis) Wilson; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Come celebrate 81 great years Saturday 9:30 – 11:30 at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be an 11:30 service. Interment Gloucester County Veteran’s Cemetery, Monroe Twp. Donations to Bethesda U.M. Church, 1433 Kings Highway will be appreciated. Tell a great story about Ginny at lifecelebrationstudio.com.