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Ginger Dailey, 45, born in Riverside CA, on June 13, 1976, died on May 2, 2022, from a sudden, tragic brain aneurism. She was the daughter of James and Sorina Dailey of California, and Brenda Teachey of Nevada.  She was the sister of Bambi Campbell of Idaho, Mariah Lacek of Texas, and Hope Bates and Jeremy Bates of California. Born to her were two amazing humans, Tiffany Lineberry of Wyoming, and Nicole Bauer of Saratoga, Wyoming.  She became mother to Jolie Lusch of Michigan, when God sent her into the life of her fiancée, John Lusch.  She was the grandmother of Amberly Lineberry of Wyoming, an infant who will sadly never know the endless love that Ginger blessed her people with, as they only had time for one visit.

Ginger loved nothing more than family, and it extended far past those related to her.  So many called her mama Ginger, and her happiness was nurturing those she loved.  She enjoyed feasting and festivities, camping, exploring vast expanses of public land, in hopes of finding a beautiful stone, gem, or artifact.  She was one with nature, spoke often to animals and plants, and they loved her in return.  She was eager to help, excited to go along for the ride, and satisfied with whatever she had around her at any time.  She loved her man fiercely, and when she was torn from this world, a part of him was ripped away also.  The people who felt this number many, as the world was a better place when she was in it.

A celebration of her life will take place in Saratoga, Wyoming, this July. Details are yet to be determined. At Ginger’s request, her ashes will float down the North Platte, into eternity.

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Cremation arrangements are entrusted to Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, Grand Rapids.


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  1. Dwayne on May 5, 2022 at 8:02 pm

    There are no words -I just don’t understand !we got a lot of catching up to do kid -I’m sorry I love you Cousin rest in peace

  2. Michelle Ellis on May 5, 2022 at 10:10 pm

    Ginger, you will be greatly missed! May you rest with the best! You are so loved and adored by many. Rest east “Martha” Ginger.

  3. Hydie Overholser on May 7, 2022 at 1:43 pm


  4. Hydie Overholser on May 7, 2022 at 1:47 pm

    Ginger U will b truely missed by ALL that we’re blessed with YER presence in there life…sleep with the angels Gingy😭😇

  5. Trina on May 10, 2022 at 12:57 am

    Ginger thank you for the kindness and support you gave to me. Rest easy

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