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Virginia "Ginny" T. Williams

October 7, 1932 — February 10, 2024

Camp Hill

Virginia "Ginny" T. Williams

Virginia “Ginny” T. Williams, of Camp Hill, died Saturday, February 10, 2024. Born October 7, 1932, in New York City, NY, Ginny was the daughter of the late Frank B. Thomas and Josephine (Hartman) Thomas. 

Ginny graduated from Wheelock College in Boston, MA, earning a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education in 1954. She taught at Discovery School in Camp Hill for 7 years and volunteered for many organizations, including The Easter Seals Crippled Children’s Association, The State Museum Gift Shop of PA, Central PA Food Bank (30 years), and Meals on Wheels (25 years) and its board (6 years). After raising 4 children, Ginny and her late husband Dick traveled extensively in the United States and many other countries throughout the world. 

Ginny is survived by her beloved children Richard and his wife Julie of Lakewood, OH; David and his wife Maureen of Woodbridge, VA; and Sarah (Sally) and husband Ed of Summit, NJ; and five grandsons Tom Williams and Dan Williams of Los Angeles, CA; Sam Williams (Molly) of Rocky River, OH; Ben Stackler of Arlington, VA; and Nate Stackler of Summit, NJ. She is also survived by sisters Joan Washburn of New York City, NY; Katherine Naughton and her husband Tom of New London, NH; and her sister-in-law Patricia Williams of Sacramento, CA; as well as 9 nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by Dick, her beloved husband of more than 61 years, in 2016, and by her talented son Steven in 2006. 

At Ginny’s request, there will be no services. Memorial contributions may be sent to Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, 100 N. 19th Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011, https://www.cumberlandcountylibraries.org/Donate_Online or to the charity of one’s choice. 


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