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I met Ginger when she stayed at my house in Puerto Rico. She was a Rotary Club Students Exchange Student. I was 13 at the time and she was the older sister I never had. I will never forget her laugh and her smile. Mom always said Ginger's face was filled with light whenever she smiled. I will always remember her practicing her trombone as well. After she left back to the Continental US we lost touch. I was looking for her today on the net and found out about 9/11 and of the loss of such a wonderful and amazing human being. I will not get to see you again here on earth but Ginger I know I will get to see you again in heaven. Then we will talk an eternity. Until then keep playing your trombone in the heavenly orchestra and keep filling the world with you beautiful smile. Until then my big sister!!! Love always Ricky

Posted by Enrique (Ricky) Ramos

Ginny played trombone in the West Morris Central high school band, was a member of the West Morris Chorus, that I directed. In addition, she was part of the cast of the school musicals. She always had a bright smile and lit up the room. So sad that the world lost this beautiful soul on that infamous day.

Posted by Dr. Vincent Rufino

You must be a relative somewhere down the line. It was a terrible thing that happened that day. My thoughts are with you and your family today as I watch the names being read on tv. I live in Canada, but this has changed our lives here as well.

Posted by Glen Ormiston

While looking over the memorial asking god for a sign. I looked down and saw your name. While I have never met you, the image of your face projected a immediate aura of light. Even from heaven, you're inspring others like myself to keep living life to the fullest. Until we officially meet in heaven. Thank you for reminding me to keep growing, keep loving, and keep helping others in this world.

Much love.

Posted by Ray-Ray

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