OBITUARY

Audrey Yvonne Ganz

February 22, 1942November 20, 2019
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Audrey Griffin-Ganz 2/22/1942 – 11/20/2019

It is very difficult to say goodbye to such a beloved, wonderful person, who has the soul of a saint. We were all fortunate enough to have her with us here on this earth until she passed at age 77 in the arms of her husband Robert Ganz, Sr. and her daughter Linda Green. She was born on 2/22/1942 in San Diego California. She is predeceased by her father Charlie C. Griffin, US Navy veteran of World War II her sister, Judy Griffin Hale.

Audrey had a very full and vibrant life. She grew up in the 1940’s and after high school she joined the US Army Corps. After basic and AIT training she was stationed in Fort Dix. It was there that she met a mate, Edward Hinsch, Sr., they married and had four children. Edward Henry Hinsch, Jr., Linda Hinsch (green), Robert Hinsch and Michael Hinsch. She is survived by 24 grandchildren and great grandchildren. Audrey was very active at the moose lodge. She served many terms in various roles. Her heart knew no boundaries in terms of her charity and desire to give to and contribute to many charitable causes. Audrey was an extremely strong woman. Full of faith, love, happiness and a spirit that will never die. On behalf of our family, we truly appreciate your support at this difficult time. Also, mom wants someone to sing a calliope during her service. Thank you for attending. She loves all of us.

  • FAMILY

  • She is predeceased by her father Charlie C. Griffin, US Navy veteran of World War II her sister, Judy Griffin Hale.


    Edward Henry Hinsch, Jr., Linda Hinsch (green), Robert Hinsch and Michael Hinsch.


    She is survived by 24 grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Services

  • Gathering of Family & Friends Monday, November 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, November 25, 2019
  • Graveside Service Monday, November 25, 2019

Memories

Audrey Yvonne Ganz

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Suzanne Banda

November 25, 2019

Audrey, I loved you like a second mother. You know how much your daughter is like my sister. I am so sorry I could not get back in time today to honor the very special wife, mother and friend you have been to so many. There are so many beautiful memories I have of you. Especially those amazing Halloween parties. You were so creative. And the moose of course. You loved life, family, friends and God. You hold a special place in my heart. Distance took me away from the frequency I could spend with you, but never took you from my heart and prayers. Until I see you again....love you forever. God has a special child who has come home. 💕💕

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