11/24/2002 - 7/12/2019We had the privilege of Ginger in our lives for over 15 years. Almost two years ago, she was diagnosed with kidney disease that was approaching failure and given 30 days to live. She knew we were not ready for that adjustment and managed to give us more time. She handled treatments and medications like a champ to stay with us a little longer. We will be forever grateful for her determination, strength and lessons she taught during her brief life. We love you so much Gigi. We look forward to the day we meet again.Tiffany BurgamyWest Jordan, UtahJuly 17, 2019
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It’s been 50 days without you Gigi. I’ve cried every day. I miss you so much. We are doing the best we can. You were such a comforting and consistent presence in our lives that the void left in your absence is so great. I feel so lost like I’m not living my life. I don’t recognize it right now. But I realize I am so lucky to feel this because I experienced a love so grand. It’s not over. It’s just changed. I hope you’re getting all the belly rubs and ear scratches you deserve. Love you.Tiffany Burgamy - August 31, 2019
Thank you Ginger for all the love and laughter you brought to our lives. Thank you for excepting me and allowing me to join your pack. You are loved and missed and will always be remembered in our hearts.Joshua Burgamy - August 7, 2019
Ginger thanks for being a loving companion to my sister.B.J. Bridges - July 29, 2019
We will always remember you.Patti Bridges - July 25, 2019
Ginger will be missed by everyone in the family. She was always a loyal, stubborn, smart and loving lady.Alicia Bridges-Combs - July 25, 2019
Precious little Gigi. You were an earth angel and now you’re a real angel in heaven. Watch over your little Pumpkin ❤️Courtney Bridges - July 25, 2019

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