Florence Virginia “Ginny” Schengber passed away peacefully at her home in Newtown on September 20th, just four days short of her 90 th birthday. She was surrounded by her children and other family members. Born September 24, 1930 in Xenia Ohio, she was the third child of the late James and Florence (Rinck) Paullin. Ginny graduated from Central High School in Xenia and the University of Dayton. She completed an internship in Dietetics at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati. On June 11, 1955, Ginny married the late Frank H. Schengber. They were married for 47 years before Frank’s passing in 2003. Ginny was busy raising four children, and later in life, spent her time volunteering and socializing with various clubs. She was a member of the Wagon Wheel club in Cincinnati, as well as the Mercy Hospital Guild. One would often see her working in the gift shop at Mercy Hospital Anderson. She played canasta, dominos, and other card games. She loved spending time with friends at the Anderson Senior Center, and if they scheduled a bus trip, Ginny was on it! She loved to travel. She traveled to California regularly to visit family. She also went on several cruises, including one to Alaska with her family. Ginny is survived by her sons Jim (Ronda) and John (Sue) Schengber, as well as two daughters, Mary Schengber and Sue (Bill) Cornett, all from the Cincinnati area. She also has two grandchildren, Andy (Mary) Schengber of Greenwood, IN and Allison Schengber of Cincinnati. Ginny learned recently that she was going to become a great-grandmother to a little boy early next year. She is also survived by her brother Jim Paullin of Lagunitas, CA. In addition to her parents and husband, Ginny was preceded in death by her brother Bill Paullin and sister Mary Ann Paullin, both of California. A mass of Christian Burial will be held at Guardian Angels Parish (6531 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45230) Monday September 28, 2020 9:30am until time of Mass 10:30am. Visitation will precede the mass at 9:30am in the gathering space at church. Memorials may be made to Anderson Township Senior Center (7970 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45230), Vitas Community Connection (PO BOX 645352 Cincinnati, Ohio 45264) or Alzheimer’s Association Cincinnati (644 Linn St #1026 Cincinnati, Ohio 45203)
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