Ginger Stuck
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Obituary of Ginger Stuck

Ginger Michelle Kahn was born on March 10, 1963 in Beverly Hills, California, but she spent her formative years in Chappaqua, New York.   She was one of four children born from the union of the late Lloyd Kahn Jr. and Charlene (Center) Kahn Berman.   After graduating from Horace Greely High School she studied Psychology and Education at St. Thomas Aquinas College and Dance at Ithaca College.    

Ginger married Jack Williams III in 1988.   She later married Charles Stuck on March 25, 2000 in Dearborn, Michigan, and together the couple would raise their family of five children.   A member of the B’Nai Israel Temple in Monroe, Ginger, enjoyed staying very active in the community.   She was quite instrumental in the expansion of Paula’s House on South Custer volunteering many hours.   She was also the founder of Teen’s with Family Addiction (TFA), assisting at risk youth.  

Ginger was always generous and kind willing to open her home to those in need.   She was extremely charismatic and had a heart for service to others, and everyone knew it.   A confidant to many, Ginger still had a profound sense of humor.  

Ginger loved to vacation, and when it came to travel she spared no expense on her family making sure they experienced everything possible and had a few souvenirs to leave with.   Two favorite sayings summed her up:  “That’s Just Ginger” and its:  “Ginger’s way or the highway”.   For several years she co-owned Cold-Steel and Elysium Tattoo in Monroe.   

Ginger Michelle Stuck, age 54, of Monroe passed away unexpectedly at her home on Sunday, July 9, 2017.   Her passing was preceded by her father, Lloyd Kahn Jr.

To cherish her memory, Ginger leaves her husband: Charles Stuck; her mother: Charlene Kahn Berman; a daughter: Josephine Stuck; a step-daughter: Nicole (Scott) Fowler: two sons: Jack (T’leah) Williams IV, Ryan Stuck; a step-son: Christopher Stuck; two brothers: David (Jodi) Kahn, Adam (Lily) Kahn; two sisters: Amy Kahn and Michele Hart; and four grandchildren: Easton Williams, Emory Fowler, Connor Fowler, and Killian Fowler.

Friends may gather from 2:00pm until 7:00pm on Wednesday July 12, 2017 at Merkle Funeral Service South Monroe, 14567 South Dixie Highway (734) 241-7070.   A Celebration of Her Life will follow at 7:00pm also at Merkle’s.  

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Paula’s House. Online guests may leave words of inspiration and comfort, or share a photo by visiting www.merklefs.com.