Rita C. Ginewicz

June 19th, 2013

Rita C. (Cogliano) Ginewicz, age 84, of Wilmington, died peacefully on June 18, 2013, at the Woburn Nursing Center.  Rita was the beloved wife of the late Anthony Ginewicz.  She is survived by her children, James Litwinsky and his wife Cynthia of Brooksville, FL; Darlene Sinopoli and her husband William of Wilmington; Rita Ramsdell and her husband Frank of Brooksville, FL; Buster Williamson and his wife Joyce of Hudson, NH; and Noreen Pinkston of Wilmington; loving “Nana” of the late Brenda Ramsdell, Frank Ramsdell, Christopher Ramsdell, Stephanie Ramsdell, Billy Sinopoli, Bobby Sinopoli, Taylor Litwinsky Brendan Litwinsky, and Amanda Litwinsky, great-grandmother of Julia and Frankie Ramsdell, cherished daughter of the late Peter and Rose (Fiore) Cogliano, dear friend of Marcelyn Reeves and Danielle Zirpola. Rita is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Family and friends will gather in the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Saturday, June 22nd, for Visitation from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. immediately followed by a Funeral Service at 11:00 a.m.  Memorial donations in Rita’s name may be made to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York, NY 10018.


4 Entries in Guest Book for “Rita C. Ginewicz”

  1. Karen Kichton says:

    Darlene, I am so sorry for your thoughts are with you and your family. Cherish all the memories you had with your Mom and it will put a smile on your face. You have a lot of people we care so much about you so if you need anything I am here for you

  2. Linda DeCost says:

    I knew Rita as a friendly and vibrant woman, always full of fun and ready for anything. I especially am grateful in how she took my mum under her wing at Deming Way. I am glad for the opportunity to have known her.
    I wish you fond memories of the times you, Sandra, me and both moms got together.
    Love to My Sister of the Heart,

  3. Linda Strob says:

    Rita, Darlene, Jimmy and Family,

    So sorry to hear about your mother’s passing she will be missed.

    Jack and Linda Strob

  4. Sharon Lee Grace says:

    My Dear Cousins,

    A loss of a Mother is a painful wound that never truly heals within, it is only by the Grace of God to which, we find a balance of peace to sustain us in life in the memories that we at times lift to the surface of our minds in missing our Mothers.

    My Aunt Rita will forever remain in my spirit of love, and in the memories past of her love and kindness to me as a child, and young adult. My Aunt Rita was my favorite Aunt, she had a strong personality that within held a compassionate heart. Not to mention a laugh that would make one take notice, you know the laugh we all have, leaving people to wonder, are they laughing with us or at us, Smile!! However, when I want a joyous smile, I will think of her in the nursing home wanting and holding the oversized high fashion glamour Italy leather bag, of bright wine red color, I had over my shoulder, She held it on her lap , with a big smile, It again just proved, it is in the genes, high fashion never leaves us. So lets face it My Dear Cousins, our Mothers loved fashion, Auntie is probably shopping in heaven, for the perfect Halo
    John 14:2-3
    “In my Fathers house there are many mansions, if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you, And if I go to prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you to myself, that where I am, there you may be also”.

    You are all believers in God, so know your Mother is now with the Lord at peace. I pray the Lord brings peace to all “five” of you as you grieve the loss of your Mother.

    Noreen, it was your time to be with your Mom, remember the Lord will bless you for the care of your Mother over the years. It is time to live now and enjoy your life. May the Lord comfort the five of you .
    Love you all,
    Cousin Sharon

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