“Ginny” Bolton, age 90, of Bloomington, Indiana, was called home to her God
on Monday, September 21, 2015.
Born July 26, 1925,
in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania, Ginny was the daughter of Jay and Myrtle
(Rose) Evans and the twin sister of Jay Wendell Evans (deceased).
She graduated from
Horace Mann High School in Gary, Indiana, and pursued office work before and
after starting her family. Ginny was blessed with an outgoing personality, a
kind and giving nature, and had the gift of making friends wherever she
went. Love of family and her faith were the most important things in her
life. Ginny lived primarily in Indiana and Arizona, enjoying family and
socializing with friends. Over the years, she loved bird watching, animals,
church activities, singing, crafts, gardening, NFL games, and being in
nature. She attended Fairview United Methodist Church while living in
Bloomington the past six years. She is deeply missed and will always be in
Ginny is survived
by her loving children and their spouses, Debra Mitchell (Jody May)
Bloomington ; Jamie Mitchell (Sylvia Gallego) Santa Rosa, California; Nevin
Mitchell (Elspeth) Clarkston, Michigan; son-in-law, Stephen Piornack,
Murrieta, California. Grandchildren, Jayson Piornack (Patricia), Brian
Piornack, Samson May (Blake), Maryellen Greulich (Eric), Michael May, Ro
Gallego, Lauren Mitchell, Cameron Mitchell, granddaughter-in-law, Kym Clark
Piornack. Great-grandchildren, Jacob, Maxx, Zackary, Dominic, Jarett, Noah,
Augustine, Keenan, Lander, Kaia, Lila, Ellie, Augustine and Christoph;
cousin, Betty Whitlock (Chuck), and many dear friends.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, her husband, Eugene “Geno” Bolton, daughter, Rebecca
“Becky” Piornack, brother, Jay W. Evans and two grandsons, Stephen Piornack
and Zachary May.
The funeral service
will be at 1:00 p.m. Saturday at the Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home; 4150
E. Third St. with Rev. Doug Simpson officiating. Burial will be private on
Monday at the Calumet Park Cemetery in Merrillville, Indiana.
Friends may visit
the family on Saturday from 12 noon until 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
Food and fellowship in the Day & Deremiah-Frye Reception Center will
immediately follow the service.
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