Virginia Ann "Ginny" Broders - ROCHESTER -- The funeral for Virginia Ann "Ginny" Broders was today at Christ Episcopal Church in Temple, Texas, with the Rev. David Alwine officiating. Interment will be in Christ Episcopal Columbarium.

Mrs. Broders, 77, of Temple, formerly of Rochester, died Wednesday (Jan. 12, 2005) at a Temple hospital.

Virginia Ann Counseller was born in Chicago, grew up in Rochester and was educated at Walnut Hills Girls Prep School and Smith College in Boston. On April 28, 1962, she married Dr. Charles W. Broders in Scottsdale, Ariz. She worked at Mayo Clinic in Rochester and was a founding member of the Scott and White Hospital Auxiliary in Temple. She was a member of Christ Episcopal Church in Temple, volunteered at the Temple Library and was recognized as a Friend of the Library. She played the piano and accompanied the Temple Junior College Choir.

Survivors include her husband; a son, William Counseller Broders of Atlanta; a brother, David Counseller of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and two sisters, Cynde Octigan of Colorado Springs and Pam Simons of Lawrence, Kan.

Scanio-Harper Funeral Home in Temple is in charge of arrangements.

Memorials are suggested to Christ Episcopal Church, 12 W. Calhoun, Temple, TX 76501; Temple Public Library, 100 W. Adams, Temple, TX 76501; or Scott and White Hospital, 2401 S. 31st St., Temple, TX 76508.

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