On January 5, 2022, with her daughter and son in law by her side, Ginny Mortimer Gunn peacefully left this world and entered God’s Kingdom to join her beloved husband and her Heavenly Father.
Born March 20, 1951 in Garnerville, Nevada to Norman & Delores Mortimer, Ginny was the youngest of 4 siblings. Ginny married the love of her life, John Gunn on April 11, 1969. Together they had a son and a daughter and were happily married for 38 years until the Lord called John home in 2007. Ginny happily lived the last 9 years of her life with her family in beautiful Montana where she enjoyed daily walks along the Yellowstone River in her backyard, watching local wildlife and most of all spending time and making memories with her loving granddaughters. Ginny was a courageous and kind soul that left this world giving more than she ever had taken. She was an accomplished equestrian and had a strong passion and affinity for wild horses, enamored by their untamed beauty, freedom and iconic symbolism of the American West. Ginny was an inspiration through her incredible patience, benevolence and wealth of knowledge. To be in her presence was to know true love and comfort. Ginny will be remembered as a devoted wife, a tender mother and a compassionate, loyal friend. She is preceded in death by her husband, parents and older sister. She is survived by her daughter Christine, son in law Randy, granddaughters Morgain, Kaleigh & Jadyn; son James, granddaughter Abrianna, grandsons Tyler & Jourden & 5 great grandchildren along with 3 siblings & numerous nieces, nephews, cousins & friends. We will miss her loving, protective spirit & sweet smile. The light of this world is now darker without her in it, yet our hearts are comforted knowing that Heaven has grown a little brighter.
There will be a graveside service on Friday, January 14th at 11:00am at the Filer Cemetery.