Ginger N Spock

December 31, 1948 - May 31, 2024

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Ginger Spock, a beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, Aunt, and great Aunt passed away on May 31st, 2024 in Portland, Oregon. She was born on December 31st, 1948, in Portland,Oregon. She was proceeded in death by her father Howard Green, mother Bartie Lown, sister Bartie Jean, brother Joe Green, and Grandson Nathaniel Ian White.

Ginger’s life was one of love and devotion to her family. She leaves behind a legacy of warmth and compassion that will be cherished by all who knew her. Her daughter Lisa and son Jerry Jr., as well as her grandchildren Trent, Angelica, Ashton, Jasmine and Steven mourn the loss of their matriarch with heavy hearts.

A pillar of strength for her family through the years, Ginger dedicated herself to raising her grandchildren with unwavering love and support. Her nurturing spirit touched the lives of not only her immediate family but also great-grandchildren Jayden, Skylor, Lily, Atreus, Julian, Ivy, and Sophie and those who were fortunate enough to experience the boundless affection she had to offer.

Her faith in God was an integral part of Ginger’s life; she found solace in attending church services regularly and lived out her beliefs with grace and humility. The unconditional love she held for God extended into every aspect of her being – it was evident in how she treated others with kindness and understanding. Among Ginger’s simple pleasures was enjoying a cup of coffee while surrounded by loved ones. Whether it was sharing stories or simply that God loves you, or gathering together with the members of the church – these moments brought joy to both herself and those around her.

She was a Change Attendant at Circus Circus where she received many Awards for her reliability and customer service and a Burgerville Cashier where she was employee of the month.  She had her picture in the Oregonian and was interviewed for her remarkable customer service and reliability.

The impact Ginger made during her time on Earth is immeasurable; she leaves behind memories that will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to have known such an extraordinary woman. While we mourn our loss deeply today, we find comfort knowing that Ginger has left behind an enduring legacy built upon love that will carry forward through generations.

May you rest peacefully now dancing and singing with the angels– your memory will forever live on within our hearts.

Services will be held Saturday, June 29, 2024, at 3pm at Sandy Church of Christ (39640 US-26, Sandy, OR 97055).