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Virginia J. (Ellis) Adamic
May 25, 1936 ~ September 4, 2023 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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Virginia J. Adamic of North Branch, lost her battle with cancer on Labor Day Sept. 4th, 2023. Born at home to John "Jack" & Martha (Kunz) Ellis. She grew up in Lum & was a 1954 Grad of Imlay City High School. She married William "Bill" Adamic Sept. 3rd, 1955. Following Bill's Phone Linesman job from place to place, finding work at each new stop. They settled in N.B. in the early 1960s where they would raise their 3 children. Virginia continued to work various jobs including M.K. Chambers, Chaso-Royco, & finally retiring from her N.B. Postal carrier job.
Virginia, "Gin", "Ginny", "Virg" had many wonderful friends including her significant other of nearly 25 years, Donald Deming. She thoroughly enjoyed "running the roads" & visiting every fair & festival Michigan had to offer. Virginia loved nature, especially in the fall & was an avid hunter into her 80's.
Throughout her lifetime, Gin enjoyed being active & was blessed to do many things including: racing in the Powder Puffs, Square Dancing, Polkas, Softball, Bowling, Playing Cards especially Euchre, Bingo, Casinos & more. You never had a reason to be bored when Ginny was around!
Virginia volunteered at NB American Legion, Thrift Store, Monday Night Euchre, Mayville Golden Years, & always looked forward to putting on her Santa hat & delivering packages to the needy & Shut-ins.
She loved her family: Nieces, Nephews, & Cousins alike. Ginny was most proud of her Grand & Great Grandchildren, who like her children, were going to learn the basics in life:
How to Work
How to Fish
How to Hunt- Mushrooms, Turkey & Deer
How to Sled Ride &
How to Play Cards!
Virginia was preceded in death by her Parents, Husband, Daughters Brenda (infant) & Cheryl, her Grandson Trevor, & Siblings Eva & Bob.
Left to Cherish Virginia's memories are her significant other Donald Deming, Daughter Marlene (Richard) Buono, Son William (Bonnie) Adamic, her Grandchildren Bryan (Amy) Stanlake, Autumn (Arthur) Stilson, Joseph (Gabrielle) Buono, Melissa (Victor III) Guerrero & Sara Brady, her 15 Great-Grandchildren, many Nieces, Nephews & Friends.
The family will be present for visitation at Blackburn Chapel-Martin Funeral Home: 2:00-8:00pm on Saturday Sept. 9th, 2023, 1:00-2:00pm on Sunday Sept. 10th, 2023. Funeral will be held Sunday 2:00pm at Blackburn Chapel-Martin Funeral Home with Pastor Paul Gaymon officiating. A private burial will be held at Westlawn Cemetery.
You may share online condolence at www.blackburnchapel.com
Arrangements by Blackburn Chapel-Martin Funeral Home