Virginia Louise Lindemann “Ginny” age 78, of Rockledge, FL, died peacefully in her sleep on June 28th, 2023.
Ginny was born on December 12, 1944 in Orange, New Jersey to Anna Smith and was adopted and raised by Col. Theodore Lindemann and Frances Lindemann in Chatham, N.J. She graduated from Chatham, High School, N.J. Later, Ginny attended Stafford Hall School of Business, Summit, N.J. and Farleigh Dickinson University, Madison, N.J. where she majored in Art and given many awards for her Oil Paintings. Ginny was an Executive Secretary in N.J., Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Later during retirement, she had a long running cartoon named “Emily and Toby” in the local newspaper named “The Eagle.” She was a member of the Phillip Perry Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Ginny leaves her sons: Theodore Cooper Muto (Air Force – Retired), Andrew Phillip Muto of N.C., Daughter-in-Law Heather Muto, grandsons Anderson and Colby. She also leaves her sisters: Joanne Baran, Donna Stambach, Edna McCann (deceased) and brother Louis Hoffman (deceased).
Ginny loved Christmas parties, decorating, entertaining, antiques, her Japanese Chin dog “Toby,” Victorian dollhouses and dolls. She was a huge supporter of many charities including the Humane Society, Wounded Warrior Project, Shriners Hospitals among others.
“Remember me with smiles and laugher, for that’s the way I’ll remember you.”
A memorial service celebrating the life of Virginia will be Wednesday, the 5th of July at
Beckman-Williamson Funeral Home, 5400 Village Dr. Rockledge, Fl. 2pm – 4pm