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Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

115 Lacey Road, Whiting, NJ

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Georgia Gene Skinner

12 novembre , 194621 octobre , 2019
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Georgia G. Skinner, 73, of the Bayville section of Berkeley Twp., passed away peacefully Monday, October 21, 2019 at home surrounded by family. She was a homemaker who loved her family above all else. She was known for having painted windows and other things for the Cedar Creek Garden Center in Bayville. She was quite the artist. One fine example is still seen on Leiter Field in Bayville. She had a green thumb and was an avid gardener.

Born in North East, MD., she resided in Bayville most of her life. Georgia is survived by her husband of 49 years, Wayne Skinner of Bayville. She is also survived by her daughters, Amanda and Jaime, a son, Wayne & his wife Crystle and a son in law Brett. Georgia is also survived by her grandchildren, Austin Reddinghius; Reed, Nash, & Ryan Skinner and Jackson & Marshall Liotti. She is also survived by a sister Doris Stamey, a sister in law Judith Guy along with several nieces and nephews. The family would also like to give special thanks to her home health aide Ms. Davia for all that she done for Georgia.

Friends may call on Wednesday, October 23, from 5-8pm at the Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 115 Lacey Rd. Whiting, NJ 08759. A Celebration of Life will be at 12pm Thursday at the Funeral Home. Interment will follow at the Brig. Gen. Wm. C. Doyle NJ Veterans Cemetery, Wrightstown, NJ. In Lieu of Flowers the family respectfully request considering donations to the Pop Corn Park Zoo, 1 Humane Way, Forked River, NJ 08731.

Services

  • Viewing mercredi, 23 octobre , 2019
  • Gathering jeudi, 24 octobre , 2019
  • Celebration of Life jeudi, 24 octobre , 2019
  • Committal jeudi, 24 octobre , 2019

Souvenirs

Georgia Gene Skinner

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Walter & Joan Grertschel

25 octobre , 2019

Genie you were a super star when it came to me and Wayne. We would be sitting at the kitchen table drinking beer and eating ice cream while you were cooking us lunch or dinner and breakfast was never out of the question we always had plenty to eat, good conversation and just enjoying being good friends..

I loved the country girl in you;
Though we haven't seen you in some time you will be missed
Loving memories;
Walt and Joan

Pamela Inskeep

21 octobre , 2019

I remember Genie used to let me follow her around when I was a young child. When I was a little older, Genie took me on a couple of her dates with Wayne. When I was 12 years old, she taught me how to crochet. She invited me to visit her and Wayne for a week or two during my summer vacations from school. When I graduated high school and then college she was there congratulating me. She was there at my first wedding, giving condolences when I got divorced, and was there cheering me (and Johnny) on when I got remarried. She always remembered us at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter and always remembered our birthdays with a card and she sent flowers to my mom (Doris Stamey), Genie's older sister, every year on her birthday. I will remember all those special moments with my Aunt Genie, how good she was to us, how generous and giving, and loving. Above all, I will remember her telling stories, smiling, and laughing at family gatherings. I love her and will miss her dearly.

Pamela Stamey Inskeep

Our heartfelt sympathies go to Wayne, Amanda, Jaime, and Waynie. We love you so much. May your many memories of Genie bring you peace and comfort.

Pam, Johnny, and Jessica Inskeep and Doris Stamey

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Biographie

Georgia G. Skinner, 73, of the Bayville section of Berkeley Twp., passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family. She was a homemaker who loved her family above all else. She was known for having painted windows and other things for the Cedar Creek Garden Center in Bayville. She was quite the artist. One fine example is still seen on Leiter Field in Bayville. She had a green thumb and was an avid gardener.
Born in North East, MD., she resided in Bayville most of her life. Georgia is survived by her husband of 49 years, Wayne Skinner of Bayville. She is also survived by her daughters, Amanda and Jaime, a son, Wayne & his wife Crystle and a son in law Brett. Georgia is also survived by her grandchildren, Austin Reddinghius; Reed, Nash, & Ryan Skinner and Jackson & Marshall Liotti. She is also survived by a sister Doris Stamey, a sister in law Judith Guy along with several nieces and nephews. The family would also like to give special thanks to her home health aide Ms. Davia for all that she done for Georgia.