Ginny Masters

Obituary of Ginny Masters

Virginia H. “Ginny” Masters died on April 17, 2021, at Hilton Head Hospital, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.  She was born April 12, 1932, in Taylor, Pennsylvania, a daughter of Wesley Masters and Mae Evans Masters.  She was preceded in death by her brother James, her sister Shirley and her Aunt Leona with whom she shared a home for many years.  She is survived by her nieces Connie Budziak and Kathleen Flower, great nieces and nephews, cousins, her friends Barbara Possinger and Patricia Meckes in Pennsylvania and Dr. Mae Leong and Debbie Booth at The Seabrook, and many other friends both in Hilton Head Island and the Pocono Mountains.

 

Ginny was a retired Vice President and Trust Officer of PNC Bank. She moved to The Seabrook in 2005, and was an elder and member of Providence Presbyterian Church, Hilton Head Island.  She was ordained an elder of Presbyterian Church of the Mountain, Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania in 1992. She was also Associate Director of West Virginia Institute for Spirituality.

 

Ginny loved to travel and she, her sister Shirley and Aunt Leona made many trips together.  She and Leona spent many winters at Hilton Head Island before Leona’s death, and Ginny continued to spend winters there until her decision to move there permanently.

 

A Celebration of Life will be held at The Seabrook, Hilton Head Island, at a later date, which cannot yet be determined because of COVID restrictions.  Her cremains will be interred at Laurelwood Cemetery, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, with a graveside service, which will be scheduled at a later date, after the Celebration of Life at The Seabrook and the delivery of her cremains to Pennsylvania.  Dates for both services will be set as soon as the COVID restrictions allow.

 

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to one of the following charities: Presbyterian Church of the Mountain, P. O. Box 336, Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327; Providence Presbyterian Church, 171 Cordillo Parkway. Hilton Head Island, SC 29928; The West Virginia Institute for Spirituality, 1601 Virginia Street, E – Charleston, WV 25311.

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