2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Ginger Weber November 19, 1939 - January 14, 2021

Ginger Weber

Ginger Weber, age 81, passed away on January 14, 2021.

Ginger was born in Kenova, West Virginia to Frank Thacker and Lola Ellis. Ginger married Richard Weber of Cincinnati, Ohio on November 19, 1982 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Ginger is survived by her husband Richard Weber. Her children; Frank (Daphene) Warren, Tim (Debbie) and Sherri (Bill) Girondo. Sisters; Sharla Adkins and Lucretia (Joe) Webb, Stepchildren; Becky Carpenter and Elen McKee. Grandchildren; Rachelle Warren, Lola Warren, Casey Warren and Katrina Ross, Step grandchildren; Steven, Andrew, Connie Carpenter, Carissa Caines and Sara Hassoldt and five great grandchildren.  Ginger is also survived by daughter- in-law Audrey Warren, many nieces, nephews and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents Frank and Lola Thacker. Her son Bobby Ray Warren and stepson Rick Weber, brother Jerry Thacker and brother-in-law Earl Adkins. 

Ginger was a loving mother, wife and grandmother who was devoted to her grandchildren. She loved the Lord and had a close relationship with Him. She always wanted the best for family and friends.

Public visitation will be held on January 21, 2021 from 12:30 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. at Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel. Services will follow the visitation at 1:30 P.M. until the time of entombment at 2:30 PM (follow the red line once you enter the gates of the cemetery) Facial coverings and Social Distancing are required.

You may make donations to the SPCA in Gingers honor. https://www.spcacincinnati.org/

 


 

Public visitation will be held on January 21, 2021 from 12:30 P.M. to 1:30 P.M. at:
Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel.
Services will follow the visitation at 1:30 P.M. until the time of entombment at 2:30 PM
(follow the red line once you enter the gates of the cemetery)

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    Pat Smothers says

    I met Ginger at work when I moved to Cincinnati and we became best friends. I have kept in touch with her because I loved her very much. I will miss her and talking to her. My thoughts and prayers are with Dick and the family🙏 Rest In Peace Ginger until we meet again 💔

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    Frances Rice Conley says

    Ginger was a classmate and a sweet friend to me. She always had a smile and a kind word. It saddens me to hear of her passing. My sympathy to all of her family.

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    Judie Smith says

    Ginger was always such a ray of sunshine in the lives of those who knew her…loved 🥰❤️ her so! I went through 12 years of school with her and have always kept her near and dear, in thoughts and prayers! The lives of Ceredo-Kenova Class of 1957 will always cherish our memories of you! We have lost 😞 probably half of our class but none more special than you! Until we meet again, I promise we will, sadly we bid you, FAREWELL!
    Sincerely,
    JUdie Smith
    & C-K Class of ‘57

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    Rachelle says

    My Grandmother Ginger…..I was asked recently what my favorite memory was with her….. racking my mind of so many wonderful memories… the most simple stood out. When I was very small, I would pretend to sleep beside her. Breathing in her smell, listening to her laugh at the TV or someone’s jokes. My Dad (Frank, her son) is a funny man. The moments I’d run after her in the kitchen as I just knew she was making something yummy to eat or snack on. Picking tomatoes, green beans and apples from her garden. Fresh apple pies. There are SO many wonderful memories to be cherished. Rest In Peace Grandma Ginger. While we miss you here, I know you’re with God in Heaven and Happy.

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    Lisa Bender says

    So sorry we lost such a wonderful, sweet and caring person. Ginger was one of my favorite people in the world. She has always and always will have a special place in my and my family’s heart. I am so appreciative that I got to spend time with her on Christmas. I also appreciate her whole family, you guys have always made me feel welcome. Dick, please know you are especially in my heart! All my love, Lisa (Ipox) Bender

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    Rachelle Warren says

    My Grandmother Ginger…..I was asked recently what my favorite memory was with her….. racking my mind of so many wonderful memories… the most simple stood out. When I was very small, I would pretend to sleep beside her. Breathing in her smell, listening to her laugh at the TV or someone’s jokes. My Dad (Frank, her son) is a funny man. The moments I’d run after her in the kitchen as I just knew she was making something yummy to eat or snack on. Picking tomatoes, green beans and apples from her garden. Fresh apple pies. There are SO many wonderful memories to be cherished. Rest In Peace Grandma Ginger. While we miss you here, I know you’re with God in Heaven and Happy.

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    Deborah Ferguson Worbington says

    So sorry for the families loss. She was a beautiful woman , inside and out. She was my cousin but I never got close to her because I was a little girl after she was near grown. She was 16 when my twin and I were born . But, my older sisters grew up knowing her and always have nothing but wonderful things and memories to share about her and her sisters. May God bless you all and walk close to you daily

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    Katherine Lawson says

    I am so very sorry for ya’lls loss, love and strength for healing, she was a awesome lady.

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    Lucretia says

    My heart is broken over my sister. We were so close. She was always concerned with what was happening with me and Joe. She always told me that she was praying for us. One thing for sure, she loved us and we loved her. No one knows how I am missing her. If only I could talk to her one more time.
    I know she is in heaven with the Lord and is not having to labor for breath. Rest in Peace, my sweet sister. I love you.

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    melinda ellen savage says

    I am so sorry for your loss. I heard so many great things about her from my mother, Judy. You and your family have my condolences and will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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    Marsha Crank says

    I always loved you and your family. I will miss you sweet cousin.

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