Virginia Ann (Ginny ) Lawton

Died: Tue., Dec. 8, 2015

Memorial Service

1:00 PM Sat., Dec. 12, 2015
Location: Grace Chapel

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A memorial service for Virginia Ann "Ginny" Lawton, 69, of Chapin will be held at 1pm on Saturday December 12, 2015at Grace Chapel, 208 E. Boundary Street, Chapin, SC 29036. The family will receive friends after the service. 
Mrs. Lawton passed away Tuesday December 8, 2015. She taught Sunday school and loved children.
Mrs Lawton is survived by her son, Matthew Sulkowski; sisters, Kathy Hayes and Mary Kalil.

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Judy Morris
   Posted Fri December 11, 2015
So sorry to hear of Ginny's passing. She was a sweet person and a giving person. Thankfully she knew the Lord Jesus and is now in a place of happiness and joy.

I know you will miss her as will all who knew and loved her.

God bless all of you.

Patricia Parente
   Posted Sat December 12, 2015
I was so sorry to learn of the tragic passing of Ginny. She provided loving and caring support of my granddaughter, Mae Ana Parente. Our family is truly so sorry for your loss. Ginny was such a wonderful and caring person. May she rest in peace.

Pam Collins
   Posted Tue December 15, 2015
I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Ginny. She was a sweet, sweet lady. She will be missed.

Debbi Moss
   Posted Wed December 16, 2015
I'm so sorry to hear of Ginny's sudden passing. She was a gracious and loving person, who is dancing with Jesus now and is at peace. So happy she is finally at peace.

Debbie Pratt
   Posted Thu December 31, 2015
Ginny and I called ourselves sisters; we had so much in common. We were both Catholics but she did not feel that faith was helping her in her thrist for God. She was such a giving and selfless person; however I believe she would want me to talk about her other side which is that she had a fun social life. I don't know how many people she showed this side of her to. For example, she did make the best spaghetti but she loved my salad! She always begged me to make her favorite salad with mandarin oranges and almonds. We spent endless hours in thrift stores. She loved to swim and we sat in my spa many days. She was so funny when I tried to get her to drive on the highway!
She had this fear for some reason but on sevreal occasions I was able to trick her and she would scream at me yelling, "am I on the highway ?!" We just laughed. There is so much more I could tell you -- like our days of sewing towels thinking this was the answer to our future entrepenaurship. I had the blessed fortune of spending Ginny's last day with me. We had gone to the mall to shop and then went to one of our favorite Italian restaurants to celebrate the Christmas season. That same evening she shared dinner at our home and even relaxed with a glass of wine. We took her home, and she and we hugged each other and kissed each other on the check. Call you tomorrow she said. That was the last time I saw my sister and heard her voice. May the peace of the Lord
be with you, Ginny.

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