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Virginia May Stoyer
6 avril 1927 – 18 octobre 2020
Virginia M. “Ginger” Stoyer, 93, of Myerstown, passed away Sunday, October 18, 2020 at StoneRidge. She was the loving wife of the late Robert A. Stoyer, who passed away August 6, 2001. Ginger, born in Reading on April 6, 1927, was the daughter of the late Ralph C. Guldin and Flora J. (Rentschler) Guldin / Keiser. Ginger was retired from Essick & Barr Insurance in Reading. She lived in Cape Coral and Fort Myers, FL before moving back to Pennsylvania in 2016. Ginger loved boating, waterskiing, reading, travelling, card and board games. Most often, you would find her dressed in her favorite color purple, telling stories or reading a romance book. Surviving, are her son, Terry Stoyer and his wife, Tasa of FL.; granddaughter, Amanda (Stoyer) Dolan and her husband, Michael of Bernville, PA; and 2 great granddaughters; Kiley and Ashley. She was preceded in death by her youngest son, Jeffrey R. Stoyer. Graveside service will be held on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 1:00pm in Forest Hills Memorial Park, 391 W Neversink Rd., Reiffton. Auman's Inc. Funeral Home is honored to serve the family. www.aumansinc.com
vendredi, 30 octobre , 2020
Virginia May Stoyer
29 octobre , 2020
I’m sorry for your loss Stoyer family. I got to know and love Ginger when I dated Jeff the last half of 1970. She was very kind and fun to be around. Knowing her those few months made a lasting impact on me.
28 octobre , 2020
As a child, my family vacationed with the Stoyer family at Elk Neck State Park in Elkton, MD over several summers. I have wonderful memories of playing through the woods with Jeffrey and my sisters. Both Ginger and Bobby were quite welcoming to the 3 Keene girls ( I think we may have satisfied their desire for daughters) as they included us in boating, fishing and camping adventures. Ginger spent afternoons with us on the beach singing songs, making up rhyme, playing in the sand otherwise being a goofy girl. Visiting with the Stoyer family was always a time of joy for the 3 of us. Terry, I hope you too have sweet memories of your Mom.
My sincerest condolences at this time.