Ginger A. Breece

March 19, 1976 ‒ September 18, 2017

Delaware, Ohio

Ginger A. Breece, age 41 of Delaware passed away unexpectedly Monday, September 18, 2017 at home.

She was born on March 19, 1976 in Delaware to the late Steven A. Breece and Brenda A. (Slack) Kanniard of Delaware.

Ginger followed her mother’s footsteps working in the meat department of Kroger’s. She went on to work 15 years with Buehler’s in their meat and seafood departments. After the closing of Buehler’s she became a vendor with the Delaware Community Market, as the owner and operator of Off the Block. Ginger’s customer service was impeccable. She was personal and genuine, offering caring advice and her loyal clientele followed her, because Ginger knew what the customer wanted before being asked.

A bowler in her younger years on the Ladies Night Team, she was easy to befriend.  She loved life, but more importantly her family. She also loved Jesus and studied her Bible. Ginger enjoyed fishing with her kids and all genres of music. She collected dolphins, but more importantly friends.

Strong and true, she was the first to offer a helping hand. Ginger was never one to give up; she lived a simple life, and loved her family, especially her kids.

In addition to her mother Brenda she is also survived by her man and fiancé: Rodney Burwell, children Destinee J. Burwell and Garrett E. Burwell, brother Steven J. (Tosha) Breece, grandmother Marie Breece, all of Delaware, nieces, nephews, lifelong best friend Shawna Craft, and special friend Shelly Snyder.

In addition to her father she was also preceded in death by her grandparents Joe and Daisy Slack, and step-father Ricky Kanniard.

Friends may call 2:00 – 4:00 and 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. on Friday at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Dr. at W. William St., Delaware where services will be held 10:30 a.m. on Saturday with Pastor Donnie Akers officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Following the services friends and family are invited back to the AMVETS Post 102, 485 Park Ave., Delaware for a time of additional food and fellowship.

Memorial contributions can be made to the family to assist with future expenses.

Condolences can be made at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

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  • MY DEAR SWEET COUSIN, I WILL MISS THE BIG BEAR HUGS I ALWAYS GOT WHEN WE SEEN EACH OTHER AND YOUR SWEET SMILE. MY CONDOLENCES TO BRENDA , RODNEY AND THE CHILDREN . REST IN HEAVEN SWEET GINGER.I LOVE YOU, COUSIN PATTY.

  • This breaks my heart to hear. I am so glad that I saw you Thursday and had one last conversation with you. You were so sweet and helpful! Love n prayers to your family and friends, may you rest in heaven sweet one💗💗

  • I am sorry to hear this. Ginger has been a friend that even though I didn’t see her often we could always catch up easily and laugh at almost anything. She inspired me because she was a hard working woman who went after her goal.She was loved by many people for her kindness and humor and genuine personality.She always acknowledged me wherever we ran into each other. I will miss her as she was one of a kind.My sincere condolences to her family and friends.

  • My prayers are with the family. I grew up with the whole family and I can’t believe this. My parents and her parents were best friends. You will be missed. RIP Ginger Breece.

  • Brenda,our hearts go out to you again.So sorry to hear this! Ginger was truly a special person to everyone she knew. Peace and God’s love be with you!! Love always,Chris and Johnny curtis.

  • So sorry to hear this. I worked with Ginger years ago. She gave me some of the best advice and we shared some great memories. She was the type of person that never met a stranger, always there to lend a hand. My condolences to Rodney and her kids.

  • Ginger your memory will live in my heart forever , you’ll be missed by all who knew you. Fly high with the Angels sweetie. Thoughts and Prayers for the whole family

  • With a heavy heart i will truly and dearly miss ginger. My condolences to Brenda, Steve, Rodney and her children. She was one of a kind so full of life and energy. She was one of my bestfriends in high school, some of the best times of my life was spent with ginger breece, i will forever miss you.

  • My family is extremely sorry for your loss of beautiful Ginger. We grew up with her and her brother Steve . We played hide and go seek at Daisy’s house on Shelton Street .She’s a beautiful woman. May she rest in Heaven !! To Big Steve and Brenda and Brother Steve. Our condolences from the Bennett Family from London Road. Steve and Diane , Tonya, Sheila and Debbie.And Buckwheat who’s already in heaven.

  • My sincere condolences to Ginger’s entire family. She was always such a nice person to talk to every time I went into the Delaware Community Market, it won’t be the same.

  • Ginger was so kind to us every time we saw her at the Delaware County Community Market. She was excellent at her craft and friendly, too. We will miss her very much. Our deepest condolences to her friends and family and all those who loved her.

  • So very sad, my sympathies to the family. I looked forward to seeing her when I went into the market. She always had a smile and enjoyed striking up a conversation.

  • I am so sorry to hear of Ginger’s passing. As I remember her smiling and being so helpful to help and went the extra mile to do her job at Buehlers. She was a very nice young lady. Our thoughts and prayers.

    Lee Anna & Charlie Dickason
    Norma Breece.

  • This is so sad. I went to school with Ginger she was always a great help at Buehlers and always had a smile on her face. She will be missed by many. So sorry for your loss

  • We have lost a member of our Buehler family. Ginger was a huge part of that family. She always was there to help our customers everyday. The Holidays were always crazy but she always kept Mike and Stan in line. We all love you Ginger and there will be a big hole in our Buehler family with you gone. I am so glad I stopped and seen Ginger last week and we had a great talk. The big hug she gave me last week I will remember forever. Deepest Sympathy from George and Chris Wisener & Family.

  • One of the most genuinely-good people I’ve ever known – one of the best friends I’ll ever have. She knows how much we all love her. How terribly she’ll be missed.

  • Brenda, David and I send our sympathy to you and your family. We never knew her but I’ve heard such good about her. Her work ethic was impeccable. She was too young to go but she’ll certainly have wings from all we read about her. We are just so sorry. We wish you strength and for the children.

  • We are very sad to hear of the passing of Ginger. She was a regular customer of ours. She was a nice lady, and we enjoyed working with her. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

    Craig and Shelley Streb
    Streb Meats

  • I am so sorry to hear this. Ginger and I was friends in high school,we could always talk about anything. She will definitely be missed. Dance in the sky,Ginger.

  • My sincere condolences. Ginger was so eager to help the customer and became friends with many of us. May she rest in peace.

  • My Friend, I am totally shocked! I have been out of town. Such a sweet spirit and always a BEAUTIFUL smiling face! Ill miss you cutting my husband and I Fat Steaks! Niki

  • So sad to read this. My heart goes out to her family. This picture of her pretty much sums up how I always remember her. She always had a friendly smile!

  • Our sincerest sympathies to family and friends of Ginger. She was a kind soul and would always greet you with a smile. She will be missed ~ DeeDee & George Warden