We are so sorry for your loss Ginger was a wonderful woman. You are in our thoughts and prayers
A candle was lit by Jay and Karen Koller
on November 6, 2017 2:30 PM
Message from Jay and Karen Koller
November 6, 2017 2:43 PM
To all the Tomczyk Children and Grandchildren, We want to express our Deepest Sympathy and ask God to help you through this hard time. We lived next store on Maple St. and watched you all grow up. We know what wonderful parents you had and what great neighbors we had.Ginger and Jim were fun to spend time with. May they enjoy their eternal home together. Rest In Peace Ginger & Jim. God Bless all of you.
Message from Cindy Birling Krause
November 7, 2017 1:18 PM
Laura, So sorry for your loss. Your parents were always such a joy to be around! Hope you can find peace and comfort in the memories you will always have. Cindy Krause
Message from Bonnie
November 12, 2017 6:52 PM
I am so sorry, for your loss. Ginger was a very kind, and wonderful person. I am so sorry, that I did not know, until I was at church last night.
Bonnie (former neighbor, on Maple Street)
Message from Richard (Chicago Cubs guy) Djukpen, Island Shores
November 14, 2017 1:05 PM
May the Almighty God be with you all for the loss of your beloved mother Ginger. My prayers and thoughts are with you all -- beloved and nice children of Ginger. She was a very kind and nice person. Her smile is genuinely heartwarming and sincere. Every time we spent in her apartment to provide care was enriching and a true reminder of why I entered the healthcare profession. I deeply appreciate all the support and kindness expressed by you all - Ginger's children. You are all very nice people. May God richly bless you all and provide the comfort you all deserve at this time. "The Chicago Cub Guy"...