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Ginger A. McKinney

Ginger A. McKinney, age 57, of South Charleston, OH passed away on Sunday, July 11, 2021 at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center following a medical emergency. The daughter of Robert and Jean (Morganstern) Hager, she was born on March 16, 1964 in Springfield, OH.

She is survived by her parents, Robert and Jean Hager; daughters, Kaylee, Kyli and Paige; and her sons, Tyler and John.

Ginger worked for the Southeastern Local School District as a Teachers Aide and Bus Driver. She also worked as a Paramedic in Madison Township. Her proudest achievement was raising her children and giving back to her community. Ginger had an enormous capacity to help others, a strong work ethic and complete selflessness.

A celebration of life will take place at 6:30 PM on Monday, August 2, 2021 at Madison Township Fire Department, 222 W Columbus Rd, South Charleston, OH 45368.

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  • H Miller says:

    I’m just saddened by the loss of this brave,strong incredible woman… and I’m truly sorry for the families loss. I’m for the communities loss, for the school districts loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all. Rest in peace Ginger. You are loved, you will b missed, and will never be forgotten. 😔 💕

  • Michelle R Henderson says:

    Ginger was the first neighbor I met when I moved to South Charleston. She was so nice and so welcoming and made me feel right at home. She was a wonderful lady who would do anything to help those she cared for. The world is a little darker without her. My deepest sympathy to the family for your loss. Rest in Peace, Ginger.

  • Barbara Patton says:

    I remember Ginger as a baby and a small child. She grew into a very special person. She loved her parents, her children and other family members, her friends, her co-workers and the entire community; She spent her life serving others in our village. May God comfort her family now and in the many, many days ahead. We were all blessed to call her our friend.

  • Alan Perkins says:

    My condolences for the family and a ginger ginger was a good person

  • Sally Bowes says:

    Ginger was a great coworker. I enjoyed working with her for many years. So sorry to hear about her passing. I am praying forvtge family and the decisions that need to be made.

  • Ryleigh Rausch says:

    Hi,I’m Ryleigh the daughter of Diann Rausch. Ginger and my mom were really good friends.we are sorry we couldn’t make it to the memorial for her.our hearts go out to ginger’s family.❤️

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