Dorothy Clark "Ginger" Flowers, of Atlanta, Georgia, passed away peacefully on February 4, 2017, of natural causes.
Ginger was born February 11, 1936, in Montgomery, Alabama. Owing to a misunderstanding between her parents, Dorothy Main Flowers and William Clark "Joe" Flowers she was armed with two birth certificates: Virginia Main and Dorothy Clark. She grew up in Montgomery, Tampa and Bartow, FL, graduating from Alabama State College for Women, now the University of Montevallo.
Ginger flew "The Wings of Man" for 31 years, ending her career as a flight attendant in 1991 at the same time Eastern Airlines ended. She is survived by several first cousins in Alabama and a host of friends in Atlanta.
A Gathering to remember Ginger will be held Sunday, March 5th, 2 pm at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 1790 Lavista Road, Atlanta, GA. Those with fond memories of Ginger are invited to share them with friends and with the charity of your choice.
Cremation Society of Georgia.
Published in the Montgomery Advertiser from Mar. 2 to Mar. 3, 2017.