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Ginny Curtis

1950 - 2020

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Virginia “Ginny” Gail Curtis, 70, formerly of Damariscotta, passed away on the afternoon of December 9th at her home in Topsham.  Born in Mountain Lakes, NJ on June 27, 1950, she was the daughter of Edward and Mildred Dorman.

Ginny grew up in New Jersey attending schools there until she moved to Newcastle during her sophomore year in high school.  She graduated from Lincoln Academy, and attended the University of Maine at Orono before receiving her degree...

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Jan Cooke

December 26, 2020 12:50 AM

Andrea,
My condolences to you and your family on Ginny's passing. 
We met through our love of the Silky Terrier.  I recall meeting you when you were assisting her at the Andover specialty.  I recall her having us ironing transfers on to specialty bags.  We had lost contact but reconnected earlier this year.

Frances Garrison

December 25, 2020 9:22 PM

I met Ginny through Silky Terriers and within minutes I knew we would be friends.  Ginny had that type personality and was fun and easy to be with.  Andrea, I think the last time I saw her was when the two of you were in Dallas.  My thoughts and heartfelt sympathy is with you and your family.

Norma Baugh

December 25, 2020 8:47 PM

I knew Ginny thru our love of Silky Terrier. Over the years we shared our interest and love for these dogs.  

Rick and Rita Grindal

December 19, 2020 7:53 AM

We are sorry for your loss. Ginny was a special friend of Rick’s at LA. and we enjoyed socializing with Ginny and John in our younger years.  She was so vibrant and warm. Sincerely, Rick and Rita Grindal

chester R Curtis

December 18, 2020 1:31 PM

Ginny was more than a sister-in-law.  She was a friend and confidant.  She and John were made for each other and they are finally together again.  

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