Ginger Rae Russ

Sunrise: March 30, 1949
Sunset: May 23, 2015

Ginger was born in Miller South Dakota, and moved to Bellevue Washington after high school graduation. She met Tim in 1972 and married on April 6th 1973. She lived in Kirkland the rest of her life. She is survived by her husband, Timothy A Russ, two sons, Toby A Russ, and Troy A. Russ, and a four month old grand-daughter, Madison Russ. She now joins her beloved daughter, Tami in heaven.
The family will be holding a ‘Celebration of Life Ceremony’ at the home of Chuck and Judy Falkenhainer. It will be held on June 7th 2015, as an open-house, from the hours of 2:00PM through 5:00PM. Address: 10426 NE 110th ST, Kirkland WA. Please come and join us to honor our beloved Ginger.
The Russ family and extended family would like to thank you all for your kind words and encouragement through this difficult time.

In lieu of flowers or donations, the family requests any or all contributions go directly to the Hospice Organization.
Thank you   The Russ family

5 Responses to “Ginger Rae Russ”

  • Loretta Saarinen says:

    I’ll never forget Ginger’s smile, kindness, generosity and grace. She touched my life and many others. I’m thankful to have known her.

    “If I can stop one heart from breaking,
    I shall not live in vain;
    If I can ease one life the aching,
    Or cool one pain,
    Or help one fainting robin
    Unto his nest again,
    I shall not live in vain.”

    Emily Dickinson

  • Jacque and Ron Snedeker says:

    Ginger was a beautiful person who gave so much to others by her selfless sharing and caring. She loved her family beyond compare and was thrilled with her granddaughter’s birth. We learned how to be better people through Ginger.
    Grief never ends…But it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith…It is the price of love. Author Uknown

  • Judy Falkenhainer says:

    In remembering of my beloved Ginger. She left a beautiful footprint in this wonderful world. Always giving, always helping, where ever there was need. Involved in unlimited charity work, and human kindness. Always helping those in need. You made a difference in this world the day you arrived, and still are to this day. My sister, my friend, I will miss you all of my life. Go with GOD, and enjoy the peace you so deserve. I will love you always. Judy

  • James and Sharon Schmidt says:

    I am sorry to hear about Gingers passing.May God be with you in your time of need. Jim and Sharon Schmidt

  • Sally & Marty Itter says:

    We are so saddened to hear of Ginger’s passing. I worked with her on several SIDS auctions & she worked so hard & was such a great organizer! She & Marty also shared the same birthday. We remember her spirit & kindness very fondly & can still hear her voice. Her family was everything to her & I know you miss her greatly. Sending prayers & hugs!

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