top of page

Share a Memory:

Upon submitting your memory, please refresh your page to view your condolences.

Your content has been submitted

An error occurred. Try again later


Carlene Barrows

My deepest heartfelt Condolences to Todd, Kyle, Ryan & Amanda and the wonderful grandchildren. Ginger and I met and became friends when our children were small and attending Preschool at the Amelia Island Parent CoOperative Preschool. I had the pleasure of teaching Ryan there. Being a Co-Op, I had the pleasure of working closely with Ginger when she was a Parent, then the President of our Co-Op, and also an excellent 3' Year old classroom Teacher. As our children grew, our older boys became close friends, and spent many days and years visiting between both our homes. I remember her being talented and enjoying creating many Crafts, and even though she didn't like fudge herself she made the best fudge I ever tasted. She was amazing with technology when she helped me put together end of the year slideshows for my classes, even when we were not working at the same schools. She never turned me away when I neede a friend to listen to me or a helpful hand. When our life paths led us in different directions, she still held a place in my heart, and now that she has been reunited with her beloved parents and grandparents I know she is at peace.

Susan and Thomas and Lilly and Steven and Erica Rodriguez

Praying for Todd and the boys and family. She was a fun loving person and will be missed. I remember our days at the AIPCP. Prayers and Love and Peace for Family and Friends.

Ginger Lyn Rowland


Ginger Lyn Rowland, 55, of Yulee passed away at her home Monday, November 24, 2022.
She was born in Bloomfield, IA and was the daughter of the late Donald Eugene and Kathy Stogdill Paris.
She had lived In Yulee for nearly all of her married life and had been a homemaker in recent years. Before working in her home, she had worked for the Amelia Island Montessori School. Among her favorite pastimes was watching movies. She especially loved the 1985 pop culture hit, The Breakfast Club. She could be found watching it over and over again. Even though she enjoyed spending time watching movies, her favorite thing to do was to spend time with her family. While all of her family was precious to her, none were more precious than her grandchildren.
She leaves behind her husband of 37 years, Todd Rowland, of the home; her children, Kyle Rowland of Jacksonville and Ryan Rowland and his wife, Amanda, of Yulee; her brother, James Paris of Alton, IL; those special grandchildren, Carter, Knowell and Gauge Rumfelt; her best friend of over 50 years, Cheryl Ritey and Ginger’s dog, Sam.
There are public services planned. The family is planning a small gathering to remember and celebrate her life at a future date.


bottom of page