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Clif Ginn age 83

Posted: 09 November, 2012

A Mass of Christian Burial for Clif Ginn age 83 of Wayne will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Wayne on Monday November 12 at 10:30 a.m. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. with family present at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Wayne. A Vigil Service will be held at 7:00 p.m. Interment with Military Rites in Greenwood Cemetery in

Wayne. Memorials may be directed to the St. Mary’s Education Endowment Fund.

 In Loving Memory
(age 83) Clif    Ginn (Of Wayne)
Born
January 24, 1929                     Elkton, Maryland
Entered Into Rest
November 9, 2012                  Wayne, Nebraska
( At his residence )
Mass Of Christian Burial
St. Mary’s Catholic Church Wayne, Nebraska
Monday      10:30 a.m.      November 12, 2012
Vigil Service
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Sunday       7:00 p.m.        November 11, 2012
Ministers 
Rev. Mark Beran        
   Deacons                                   Lectors
Patrick Gross   Gary French            Katie Brown    Karen Lutt
Music
“Calling My Children Home”                                “Ave Maria”
“On Eagle’s Wings”   “Here I Am Lord”   “Song Of Farewell”
“Only A Shadow”                                “The Old Rugged Cross”
     Musicians
Terri Hypse                 Karen Kwapnioski
Honorary Pallbearers
Deacon Pat Gross   Deacon Gary French
Marcus Schlichter             Chuck Bentjen
Frank Brown   Gary Brown   Skip Brown
Active Pallbearers  (Grandsons)
Joe Lutt                John Ginn                Patrick Ginn
James Ginn  Mike Kay  Dave Brown  Levi Schmidt
Interment
Military Rites
Greenwood Cemetery Wayne, Nebraska 
 
    Clifton Lynam Ginn was born January 24, 1929, in Elkton, Maryland, to Fred and Agnes (Atwell) Ginn. He was raised on the family farm. In September of 1947, Clif enlisted in the United States Air Force serving as a B29, B36 and B52 tail gunner and also as an instructor. While serving in the military, he earned his bachelor’s degree from UNO and his master’s degree from USC. He retired as a Chief Master Sgt. in August of 1968.
    Following retirement, Clif and his family moved to Wayne where he taught Political Science at WSC until his retirement in May of 1987. He was a Wayne City Council member from 1977-1980. As an active member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Clif devoted his time to the service of others and the study of theology.
    His legacy of love includes Toni, his wife of 61 years, and his children, Rick (Jane) Ginn of Omaha; Mike (Laura) Ginn of San Clemente, CA; MaryAnn (Randy) Lutt of Wayne; Tom (Lori) Ginn of Omaha; and Teresa (Kevin) Kay of Wayne. His grandchildren are Joe (Karen) Lutt, Katie (Dave) Brown, John Ginn, Gail Ginn, Amy (Levi) Schmidt, Mike Kay, Patrick (Sandra) Ginn, James Ginn, and Michelle Ginn. He is also survived by eight great-grandchildren: Noah and Josie Brown; Miles, Owen, and Will Lutt; Kayden and Cammie Schmidt; and Aubree Ginn. Also surviving are his sister-in-law, Josie McHale, and numerous nephews and nieces. Clif was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers, and two sisters.
   Clif’s generous spirit was a source of wisdom and love for the lives he touched.
   Our family appreciates your friendship and kindness. Please join us for lunch in St. Mary’s Holy Family Hall following the committal service.
Memorials
St. Mary’s Education Endowment
Hasemann Funeral Homes

 


Arrangements with Hasemann Funeral Home of Wayne
 
 
 
 
HASEMANN FUNERAL HOMES
302 NORTH LINCOLN STREET                   
WAYNE, NEBRASKA 68787   (402).375.3100   FAX (402).375.2900
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