Janet Ginn

Obituary of Janet Christine Ginn

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Bangor - My beloved sister passed away on March 22, 2024, in Avon Ohio. Born February 16, 1950 in Orland ME. She was destined to take charge at a young age. Throughout the years her accomplishments were many. She dedicated her career in the banking industry, attaining her Master’s degree while working full-time. Janet began her journey at Brewer Savings Bank and retired from Key Bank at their headquarters in Cleveland Ohio as Senior Vice President, Healthcare Industry Specialist. She was proud of her achievements and respected by her colleagues. She enjoyed music, travel and cared for many cats over the years.


Predeceased by parents Clyde and Helen (Ryan, Regan) Ginn. Brother's Daniel Regan Jr his wife Zina Rioux Regan and Mark Ginn. Brother-in-law Gary Ames and former Brother-in- law Arthur Tilley Jr. Janet is survived by me, Elizabeth (Ginn, Tilley) Ryan of Bangor and sister Jane Regan Ames of upstate NY. Nephew John Ames and a niece Kathleen Ames. Her best friend for life Mimi Gray, husband Cliff and Mimi's children whom she loved and respected. I am eternally grateful for the love, support and guidance she has given me throughout the years, until we meet again.


A gathering will be held at a date yet to be determined. Anyone wishing may make a donation in her name to the Salvation Army or the Bangor Humane Society. Arrangements by Kiley & Foley Funeral Service, Bangor and Brewer. Messages and memories may be shared on the tribute wall of kileyandfoley.com


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Janet Ginn

1950 - 2024

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