Georgina VanEvery

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Georgina “Gina” VanEvery
May 21, 1948 - December 16, 2021

In the arms of her beloved husband and surrounded by family, Gina started her final journey home late Thursday night at the Iroquois Lodge. She will be forever loved and missed by her husband of 49 years, Tony. Gina was an amazing Mom who loved her children with her every breath. She is survived by her children Courtney & Wayne (Dootski) and David. She will be remembered and always loved by her grandchildren Drayke and Aria. Beloved sister to Joyce, George (Torch) & Cathy, Terry (Humpster), Keith & Debbie, Dave (Ding) & Val. She will be missed by her numerous Nieces, Nephews & Friends. Predeceased by her Parents, George & Ada and Stan & Alice. Granddaughter, Emma Mykal Hess. Sisters, Cheryl Jayne and Sheila. Brothers, Donald (Duck), Sherm, Mike, Terry (Possum) and Donnie Hill. Gina will be fondly remembered by her Cousins and Best friends, Dickie & Dianne. The Family would like to Thank Dr. Trevor & Staff at The Iroquois Lodge for all their guidance, love and care they provided to our Wife, Mom & Granny in her final days. The family will honour her life with visitation at Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd., 60 Main Street South, Hagersville on Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. where a family service will be held on Monday, December 20, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Stump Hall Cemetery.


Posted by Dicki on
Tony, Courtney, David and families:
Yes, I will always have Gina on my mind. We grew up together as she was just one year older than me. We played together as little kids and we continued 'playing' for seventy years. We had such good times together and WE LAUGHTED like kids throughout all those years. I have some many stories about Gina that I hope to share with you as time goes by. At this particularly difficult time, I wish you peace and condolences. I will miss Gina. A part of my life is gone. ;-(
Posted by Tammy Martin on
Tony and family so sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences to all.
Posted by Margaret Thomas on
Tony, Courtney, David and Joyce.
My deepest condolences to your family. I always respected Gina thru all our ups and down as she was the most caring and honest person I have ever known. I will always remember her sense of humor and her boisterous laugh. Gina always cared to help anyone who needed her. She was the best counselor and supervisor at Ganohkwasra. Rip my friend.
Posted by Dianne Strohm (Emslie) on
Sorry to hear about your wife's passing Tony. Thinking of you and your family.
Posted by Linda Jamieson on
Tony, Courtney, David and family,
I’m so sorry to hear about Gina’s passing. She had a major influence in living my life purposefully and will always be remembered for her laughter, caring and compassion. May the love she shared with you and others continue on
Posted by Norma Bradley on
Condolences to our VanEvery family. Gina was a warrior who was so much fun to be around. Until we meet again. Love, strength and peace. From Aunt Norma and family
Posted by Allen thomson on
So sorry Joyce
Posted by Joanne Smith on
My condolences to you, Tony ,Courtney and David. Gina was one of a kind and we will miss her!
Posted by John & Vera Monture on
Tony, Courtney David and family,our sincerest condolences to your family on the passing of your wife, mother and grandmother.Please know hour hearts are with you all at this difficult time. John & Vera Monture
Posted by Brenda MtPleasant on
Sincere condolences to Gina’s family, may your memories of her help you through the coming days.
Posted by Steven Williams on
Tony, sorry for your loss buddy. Condolences to your family at this time, she is not suffering anymore.
Posted by Bonnie Davis on
To Tony, Courtney, David and families, just heard of Gina passing, sending our condolences, we will always remember Gina and the caring and love and support for each other. She was always at our ball games to cheer our team on. Fond memories, never forgotten. I am so glad she sat beside me whenever she could. We talked a lot. No more suffering. From Bonnie and Cecil Davis and families.
Posted by Audrey Powless-Bomberry on
Our deepest sympathy to our VanEvery family. Audrey and Jim Bomberry
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