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Virginia L Hegwood

October 29, 1961November 10, 2020
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Virginia Lee “Ginny” Hegwood, of Park Layne, OH, entered this world on October 29, 1961, in Bossier City, LA, and peacefully made her “Jesus Exit” on November 10, 2020. She was 59 years old. Ginny did not let her rough start dictate the way she lived her life. She was a beautiful person inside and out, so full of wisdom and she was always willing to share it. Ginny touched so many people’s lives that she wasn’t even aware of. She is survived by her children, Audrey (Jason) Musselman and Daniel Barker; great-niece, Olivia Starner; siblings, Irene White and David Hegwood; best friend, Kathy Highlander; 8 biological grandchildren; many more loved ones whom call her Nana and numerous additional family and friends. She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Bob Hegwood and Audrey Mueller and two siblings, Beverly Betleyoun and Bob Hegwood. Viewing to be held Tuesday, November 17, 11-1pm. Service begins at 1pm. Restoration Park Church, 55 Restoration Park Drive, Medway, OH 45341. Per Ginny’s request, please dress casual (jeans). Ginny requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, 324 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton, OH 45420. They provided excellent care for Ginny in her final weeks. Please leave memories and/or comments as they will be added to a keepsake book.

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Kiara Camper

November 25, 2020

I remember when I first met Nana, all of us would meet for YAC. During school I definitely went through some rough times. I had only been there a few times but before I left that night Ginny stopped me, and handed me a folded letter. I went home that night and read it, she had told me how beautiful I was, how loved I was. That letter did, and still does, get me through the rough times. Just like Nana always has. 💗

Christine Maruca

November 25, 2020

Ginny was the soft and consistent guiding voice I needed as I began my career years ago. She had just as big of an impact on my life when we saw each other daily or if it had been months. spent years asking me when I would give her grand babies and I'm so grateful she got to meet my son this year. I sing to him the same "Good Morning To You" song she used to sing us in the office. One of a kind woman! The most authentic human. She didn't change her personality for anyone.

Diana Taylor

November 17, 2020

Ginny lit up a room when she entered it. She exuded joy and was a very generous and kind person. I know she is dancing with Jesus!

Michelle Lum

November 16, 2020

My favorite memory of Ginny is from when Audrey and I were teenagers, maybe 13 or so. We were hanging out at their house and Ginny had the radio blaring. Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You' came on and she turned to Audrey and I sitting on the couch and starting singing at the top of her lungs to us. I don't remember if we were mortified or embarrassed, you know being teenagers and all, but it summed up for me what it was like to know Ginny. She was truly a special woman who had a profound impact on everyone she met.

Pat Sukhum

November 13, 2020

We’ll miss those raps, and silliness, and joyful fun.
Her love for others, was second to none.
Not doubt Ginny, was one of a kind.
From your adoring friend Pat, and all of us at Bind.

Kim White

November 13, 2020

I worked with Ginny at DRT and what an amazing woman she was. Ginny and I got off on a rocky start, but after we got to know each other, we developed a friendship and I have so much respect for her. Her energy and laugh were contagious. She will be missed by so many.

RIP Ginny.

Kim (AKA Cupcake)

Sunshine Wehner

November 12, 2020

My heart hurts but such a beautiful soul can only go one place. God love her, welcome her, and wrap his arms around those who love her. Ginny, you will forever be in my heart. Thank you for loving me. Enjoy your place in heaven. See you soon 💗

Heather Edwards

November 12, 2020

Ginny gave me my first opportunity in the HR field and I am so grateful to her for the trust she put in me. One of my favorite quotes from her " I have questions." If you went to her with a problem or you thought you had a solution, she would always say, wait, did you think about this, or did you ask this question? Even though I had not seen her in years, I still use the advice and wisdom that she shared with me so many years ago .

Tonya Maddox

November 12, 2020

She was the best keeper of secrets and giver of hugs. At her inner core, I always found acceptance, grace and love. What a human!!! 🥰

Cheryl Walsh

November 12, 2020

I went to school with Ginny from first grade on. She was always laughing and very kind. May she Rest In Peace.

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