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Condolence From: Joyce Hamlin
Condolence: All of us who knew and loved Ginena and John grieve at their loss. They were beautiful individuals and a beautiful couple. I worked with Ginena for many years at the Board of Global Ministries and through UMW. Her sunny smile, her commitment to mission, her talents for organizing and helping others, her beauty are things we will always remember and cherish. I am terribly sorry I just got word of the funeral and missed it. I hope there will be a service in NYC so more of us can honor her.
Saturday July 30, 2016
Condolence From: Carol Van Gorp
Condolence: Ginena Dulley Wills brought so much to the world and each individual life she touched. I first met her in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the summer of 1995 when she visited the United Methodist Committee on Relief programs. Her graciousness, strength and character spoke to all Bosnian and ex-patriots who met her during that journey. From then on our lives crossed paths in many ways and many times, but most especially through United Methodist Women. Ginena was outstanding in so many ways. My own prayers and those of United Methodist Women's national office in NYC are with you, her family.

Regards, Carol Van Gorp
Thursday July 28, 2016
Condolence From: Julie Taylor
Condolence: Ginena Dulley Wills was a good friend of mine. I met her first when she was on the board of directors of the Society of St. Andrew. She made a presentation to a group of youth in DC during an event I led. We participated in a Global Education event sponsored by CWS's Global Education Office together - a memorable event for both of us. I "found" her again when I started to work for United Methodist Women and during my time with them she was the Sara Shingler Public Education Intern for two years as we planned together a Public Education Summit for United Methodist Women. After my mother died, Ginena and John helped transport me to and help me through a Conference School of Christian Mission in Elmira, NY. They were angels. In all the time I have known Ginena, it was our long conversations I appreciated most. She was a great listener and a great teller of the stories of common folks. No one was ever ignored by her or overlooked by her. Her love and generosity was amazing. She was a great study leader for the United Methodist mission studies, always trying to include children's books in her lessons. And she and John loved the Yankees.

I will miss Ginena. She brought so much to the world and the world is less without her. It was my honor and privilege to call her friend. May she rest in peace, a good and faithful servant.
Wednesday July 27, 2016

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