Ginger Kahn Stuck ’81

Ginger Michelle Kahn was born on March 10, 1963, in Beverly Hills, California, but she spent her formative years in Chappaqua, New York.
She was one of four children born from the union of the late Lloyd Kahn Jr. and Charlene (Center) Kahn Berman.
After graduating from Horace Greeley High School, she studied Psychology and Education at St. Thomas Aquinas College and Dance at Ithaca College.
Ginger married Jack Williams III in 1988. She later married Charles Stuck on March 25, 2000, in Dearborn, Michigan, and together the couple would raise their family of five children.
A member of the B’Nai Israel Temple in Monroe, Ginger enjoyed staying very active in the community. She was quite instrumental in the expansion of Paula’s House on South Custer volunteering many hours. She was also the founder of Teens with Family Addiction (TFA), assisting at-risk youth.
Ginger was always generous and kind and willing to open her home to those in need. She was extremely charismatic and had a heart for service to others, and everyone knew it.
A confidante to many, Ginger still had a profound sense of humor.
Ginger loved to vacation, and when it came to travel she spared no expense on her family making sure they experienced everything possible and had a few souvenirs to leave with.
Two favorite sayings summed her up: “That’s Just Ginger” and “It’s Ginger’s way or the highway.” For several years she co-owned Cold-Steel and Elysium Tattoo in Monroe.
Ginger Michelle Stuck, age 54, of Monroe passed away unexpectedly at her home on Sunday, July 9, 2017. Her passing was preceded by her father, Lloyd Kahn Jr.
To cherish her memory, Ginger leaves her husband: Charles Stuck; her mother: Charlene Kahn Berman; a daughter: Josephine Stuck; a step-daughter: Nicole (Scott) Fowler; two sons: Jack (T’leah) Williams IV, Ryan Stuck; a stepson: Christopher Stuck; two brothers: David (Jodi) Kahn, Adam (Lily) Kahn; two sisters: Amy Kahn and Michele Hart, and four grandchildren: Easton Williams, Emory Fowler, Connor Fowler, and Killian Fowler.

5 thoughts on “Ginger Kahn Stuck ’81”

  1. Ginger was a good friend to me at Williston. I am so sorry to hear this news. My condolences go out to her entire family at this painful time.

  2. I remember Ginger telling me when John Lennon was shot. She was watching television in the dorm and came and knocked on my door. I didn’t believe her at first, but she gently convinced me it was true. She had a big heart . . . I remember her deep and infectious laugh. She also possessed a certain vulnerability mixed with an unwavering strength which made her all the more human. My blessings to her family.

  3. Ginger was, as the saying goes, “one of a kind” and the emphasis on “kind”. Over the years since we left Willy, I had sporadic contact with Ginger, especially on Facebook; she was always so kind, so present and so authentic, I always felt better about life the universe and everything after a short exchange of messages.

    I offer my heartfelt condolences to her family, we were all blessed to have been touched by her light.

  4. I know how lucky I was…how lucky we all were…to have Ginger as a friend and classmate. Ginger was fearless. She looked challenges straight in the eye, smiled and moved forward with grace and kindness. She was a very caring person, and I will miss her as I know we all will. My thoughts are with her family whom she dearly loved.

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