Ginger Lee Kollock, 45, of Millsboro, Del. passed away in the care of Penn Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa., on May 23, 2019. She was born April 20, 1974, in Lewes, Del., to Charles R. Cordrey Jr. and Trudy Mitchell.
Kollock was a graduate of Sussex Central High School. She was a school bus driver and had to retire early due to disability.
She loved flowers and her rose bushes. She liked the movies, and her favorite was “Dirty Dancing.” She loved it when her husband cooked for her. She was very outgoing, a real “firecracker!” She loved animals and will be leaving behind her beloved dog, Teddy; the cat, Luna; and her little bunny, Bugs.
Kollock is survived by her husband, Ernest Kollock, whom she married on May 4, 2002; her father, Charles R. Cordrey; mother, Trudy Mitchell; stepmother, Eleanor Cordrey; her two daughters, Miranda Kollock and Mariah Kollock, both of Millsboro; her siblings, Natalie Cordrey of Millsboro, Emily Quillen and her husband, Sylvester “Bud” Quillen of Georgetown, Del., Brook Cordrey of Bishopville, Md., and Josh Cordrey of Bishopville; several nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members; and her special friend “Big Mike” Kent.
Services and a celebration of Kollock’s life were to be held May 28, 2019, at Watson Funeral Home in Millsboro, Del., officiated by the Rev. Robert Hudson. Interment arrangements were private. In lieu of flowers, the family suggested memorial contributions to the Cystinosis Foundation at www.cystinosis.org. Condolences may be sent online at www.watsonfh.com.