Jan. 21, 1928—April 29, 2015 Virginia (Ginny) L. Evans, 87, of Fairfield Glade, passed away peacefully at Cumberland County Medical Center April 29, 2015, after a brief illness. She was born Jan. 21, 1928, to Elza and Mabel Sellers, in Lima, OH. She moved to Toledo at a young age and was a graduate of Woodward High School. After high school, she worked in various office jobs and became proficient in the use of the comptometer. This led to a career teaching at the Comptometer School in Toledo, OH. Later, Ginny worked in the office for the Woolson Spice Company and also American Warming and Ventilating. She retired in 1984 and moved with her husband, Jim, whom she married Oct. 5, 1973, to Fairfield Glade. She enjoyed an active retirement, taking up the sport of golf. She also worked for Fairfield Glade in the timeshare check-in at the lodge for many years. It was in this role that she met many friends and coworkers that led to lifelong friendships. Her outgoing personality was truly an asset in this role where she made guests feel welcome through pleasant and helpful conversation. "We’re sure that Ginny has already made many new friends in her heavenly home due to her outgoing personality." While in Toledo, Ginny was a member of the Boulevard Church of Christ. Ginny and Jim were active members of First Baptist Church Fairfield Glade and truly enjoyed the many friendships they made at their church home. Ginny is survived by her husband, Jim; daughter Vikki Seelig (Steve); sons, David Wolff (Sharon Sheline), Tom Wolff (Carole) and Jeff Evans (Doris); grandchildren, Jaclyn, Natalie, Nathan, April, Stuart, Jessica, Dustin and John; and five great-grandchildren. The family would like to thank all the church members for the care and services they provided in the last years and request all tributes be made to First Baptist Church Fairfield Glade, P.O. Box 1729, Crossville TN, 38558. A memorial service is will be held May 17 at 1 p.m. at the church, 130 Town Centre Dr, Crossville, TN 38558. "Mom we already miss you but take comfort knowing that we will all meet again someday in our heavenly home." Crossville Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc. was in charge of the arrangements.