Ginger S. Perham


Ginger S. Perham, 63, of East Shore Road, West Caroga
Lake, passed away on Thursday, November 25, 2021,
at home.
She was born in Gloversville on May 6, 1958, a
daughter of Raymond and Ramona Brownell Perham
and lived in Meco. Ginger was a 1976 graduate of Gloversville
High School and later graduated from FMCC
with an Associate’s Degree in Business. She was a lifelong
area resident and fulfilled her dream retirement
home when she moved to Caroga Lake in May.
Ginger was employed at Frontier Communication
for thirty-eight years, with thirty-five years as an outside
installation and repair technician. She retired in
February 2020.
Growing up, Ginger spent a lot of time with her sister,
her lifelong friend, Lu Anne, and extended family
and enjoyed camping and other outdoor activities.
She continued to enjoy hiking, biking, snowmobiling,
snowshoeing, and boating. Ginger was an avid bowler
and was a member of the Classy Ladies and Upstaters
She was a member of the Caroga Lake Fish & Game
Club, the Nick Stoner Trailers Snowmobile Club, and
the Women’s Auxiliary of the Concordia Club.
Survivors include her son, Toby (Kearsten) Bruse
of Gloversville; her significant other, David Briot of
Caroga Lake; her mother, Ramona (Oakley) Cole of
Gloversville; a sister, Connie (Jim) Yerry of Johnstown;
two grandchildren whom she adored, Bennett
and Nora Bruse; and two nieces, Brittany Wagner and
Kali Lovette.
Cremation was performed at Park View Crematorium,
Schenectady. Calling hours will be held on Friday
from 4 to 7 p.m at the Robert M. Halgas Funeral
Home, 111 County Highway 106 (Corner of Route 29 &
Black Street). A Memorial service will follow at 7 p.m.
with Rev. Blake Blakesley, officiating. Facial coverings
are respectfully recommended. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions may be made to the Caroga
Lake Fish & Game Club or to the Nick Stoner Trailers
Snowmobile Club, both in care of the funeral home.
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By Leader-Herald

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