Jeanette Ericsson

February 19, 1948 - May 13, 2012
Jeanette Ericsson

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Jeanette “Ginger” Ericsson, 64, of Williamsburg, passed away on Sunday May 13th, after a tenacious and courageous five year battle with cancer. She touched so many lives throughout her life by her kind and generous nature. Ginger is survived by her beloved husband, Eric “Charlie” Ericsson, four children, Chris, Heather, Amber and Charles, and 11 amazing grandchildren. Services for Ginger will be on Friday May 18th at 11:00am at King of Glory Lutheran Church in Williamsburg. Ginger said, you may chalk up her story to coincidence, happenstance, or luck, but she believed it was the voice of God that led and guided her. “Be still and know that I am with God.” Psalm 46:10


Friday, May 18, 2012
12:00 AM

King of Glory Lutheran Church - Directions
4897 Longhill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188

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  • May 15, 2012
    Jacqueline Price says:
    Ginger helped me raise Chris and Heather my 2 beautiful children. Without Ginger in their lives they would not have turned out as great as they are. Ginger is very special to me as we shared this strong bond of children. I love her and am so grateful to her and she will always be in my heart and soul

  • May 15, 2012
    Jane Klein says:
    Ginger you were an inspiration to us all. You battled the cancer beast with courage and grace. You will be missed but know that you have touched many lives in the most positive way!

  • May 15, 2012
    Marjorie Deak says:
    Ginger, thank you for your example of faith, strength, hope, love, and happiness. I will miss you my dear friend. God's love and peace to Charlie, Chis, Heather, Amber, and Charles.

  • May 15, 2012
    Eileen Opfer says:
    How the years have gone by! So many the lake, teaching, bowling, and just having fun laughing together with and without our families! But the finest memories I have of you are your strength, smiles, faith, and courage through these past few years. I have loved every second of the the things you shared..your amazing children and grandchildren, your hearfelt book, and the love and joy you shared with everyone you touched. I will miss you, my good friend, and I will never forget you! I love you. Rest in peace sweet woman, your job is done, and well done indeed.

  • May 15, 2012
    Linda Kroeger Wilson says:
    I am shocked and so sorry for your loss Charlie & family. I didn't know she was ill. My sympathies to all of you. Linda KW