Virginia Lee Bickell-Fisher

August 30, 1960March 11, 2019

Virginia Lee Bickell-Fisher was born on August 30, 1960 and passed away on March 11, 2019.


30 March

Celebration of Life Gathering

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Gonzalez Funeral Home

7209 North Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa, Florida 33614


Virginia Lee Bickell-Fisher

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Nate Cornell

March 21, 2019

I remember auntie Ginger was the one that wouldn’t take any lip from us kids but she was the one that was there when I last one of my friends in high school. She was always willing to let me come hang out at her house and could always make me smile when things weren’t going well. I love you and miss you auntie Ging

Cathy Martin

March 14, 2019

I have so many memories of my much loved baby sister it is hard to pick one. We lived together eons ago and had many arguments but so many more fun and funny times. I remember Ginger drove me to work one day in the middle of winter. She had this gigantic blue 72 Chrysler Cordoba. We were in morning rush hour traffic and hit some black ice on the 35W bridge. When she tried to pass another car and whip over into the next lane we started sliding. We slid over to the river side of the road and back to the middle then did two or three donuts and landed in the left lane next to the median like we had just stopped there. After opening my eyes, peeling myself off the passenger seat and doing a quick underwear check, I looked back and all of the traffic was stopped dead in a line at the bottom of the incline before the bridge. Taking a shaky breath & feeling really lucky, I looked at Ginger and said, “God, all I could do was shut my eyes & pray we didn't end up in the water!” In her usual ironic way she says, “me too.” I never asked if she shut her eyes, prayed, or both. I love you Gin & already miss you so very much.

Eileen Cornell

March 14, 2019

I have so many good memories of my baby sister. The one that makes me smile is how much she loved fall. Changing of the season, the smells, the sounds, the changing colors of the leaves finding the perfect pumpkins and going to the apple orchard . She loved to decorate and always had the best displays. One year she had an artful display of pumpkins a scarecrow, some "farm garbage" and an old wooden wheel barrow that she had Cliff make for her. We would tease her about being Martha Stewart.

Amy Fleischhauer

March 14, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. Ginger was a great co-worker. She will be missed.

Daniel Dziubak

March 13, 2019

Auntie Ginger was great person ❤️ I remember spending time with her swimming in the pool at her apartment this one time we were at a Cornell wedding party whole family there Ginger asked if I wanted to dance we dancing when she started dirty dancing with when the song was done she hugged me and said you are going to make someone happy someday then my mom said that is your aunt ! You are dancing with lol it was a fun night I will miss her laugh and smile ... Tell we meet again Ginger...

Angelina Lentz

March 12, 2019

My Auntie Ginger was an amazing woman!! I can still see her smile and hear her giggle. She will be missed by so many!!! RIP until we meet again, I love you Auntie Ginger!!!