OBITUARY

Virginia Mae Williams

April 3, 1937February 11, 2021

Virginia “Ginny” Williams (April 3, 1937 - February 11, 2021) Ginny Williams passed away peacefully, as she found solace after her valiant battle with ovarian cancer and then COVID. The current lockdown protocols prevented her family from being by her side, so the family is especially grateful for the compassion and gentle care that Ginny received in her final hours; many thanks to the wonderful doctors and staff at Scripps Mercy Hospital of San Diego. Ginny enjoyed a life that was long and adventurous. She enjoyed boating and waterskiing, but she loved good food and live theater too; she travelled the country and the world, always finding fun and adventure wherever she roamed. But Ginny’s most beloved pastime was spreading her love of Yoga, encouraging that love to grow in both novices and experienced acolytes. Ginny continued to teach Yoga into her 80s. Ginny was the first child of Albert and Dorothy Gunther, and she was proud to be the oldest of her siblings. She was pre-deceased by her loving husband, Verne Williams. Ginny is survived by many loving relatives, including her daughter Jana Logan, her sons Michael Bourgeault and Jeremy Williams, her sister Sheri Nelson, and her brothers Bill Gunther and Steve Gunther, along with many nieces and nephews. Please keep our beloved Yoga Teacher Ginny in your thoughts with your yoga poses, meditation and deep breathing. Ginny is now at ease; she is in perfect harmony, in perfect balance between mind and body. Namaste

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Jerry Swovelin

February 15, 2021

Here is another fond memory of Ginny's trip to Washington DC in 2010. Ginny was there to share a very special honor. She was immensely proud to witness her daughter, attorney Jana Logan, as she was sworn in and inducted into the Bar Association of the Supreme Court of the United States. Jana was officially admitted to practice law before the SCOTUS, the highest court in the land, and Ginny couldn't have been happier or more proud of her daughter!

Jerry Swovelin

February 15, 2021

Ah, the irrepressible Ginny Williams! My wife & I enjoyed a small-group visit to Washington DC with her a few years ago. This image captures her playful sprit. The flower display of the Cherry Blossom Festival was magical and Ginny was irresistibly drawn to the trees to join the celebration!

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FROM THE FAMILY