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Ginger Younts '00 January 3, 2022 1:28 PM updated: January 3, 2022 1:39 PM

Ginger Reed Younts
March 27, 1962 - December 11, 2021

Ginger Elaine Younts, 59, of College Station, TX, went to Heaven on Dec. 11, 2021.

She was born on March 27, 1962, in Bay City, TX to Joe Vernon Reed and Almarie Olson Reed. Ginger graduated from Bay City High School and later went on to become an Aggie graduate, earning her Bachelor's from Texas A&M University. 

She loved spending time outdoors, and throughout her life she loved playing baseball, softball, tennis, swimming, and golf. She enjoyed working in her yard, fixing up her house, listening to music, watching movies and her soap opera, sudoku and crossword puzzles, traveling, the beach, and seafood. 

Ginger was retired from her job as the Facilities Manager of the Texas A&M Biology Department; she managed Biological Sciences Building East (BSBE) and Biological Sciences Building West (BSBW).  She valued and enjoyed the relationships and friendships built over time with the people she worked with.

She is survived by her beloved family: her parents; daughters Natalie Wendele '03 (and son-in-law Neal Wendele '03), Dalaine Prince, and Frieda Younts '18; brothers Russell Reed and Quentin Reed (and brother-in-law Louie Heras); grandchildren Annabelle Prince, Kristen Wendele, Audrey Wendele, Ryan "R.J." Rich, Jr., Nolan Rich, Elise Wendele, and Ethan Prince; nephew Gatlin Reed; niece Morgan Reed; aunt Dorothy Walker; and cousins. 

Ginger was sincere, humble, honest, kind, determined, tenacious, and brave. She met adversity with so much love and courage throughout her life. Those by her side, facing challenges with her in the final chapter on earth, included her devoted and cherished caregivers Tami Phillips and Lucy Rodriguez - for whom the family wishes to express their deepest and most heartfelt gratitude.

Visitation will begin at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 17, 2021, at First Baptist Church of Bay City. Funeral services will follow at 2 p.m. Interment will follow at Cedarvale Cemetery. Pallbearers are Albert Davis, Clyde Davis, Gary Davis, Steve Davis, Gus Micheletti, Gatlin Reed, Austin Turcios, and Connor Turcios.

Donations in Ginger’s memory may be made to the Brazos Valley Food Bank, which she supported regularly, or to the Multiple System Atrophy Coalition.

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