Aileen E. Ginty
Aileen E. Ginty

February 20, 1931 - July 8, 2018
Born in Riverhead, NY
Resided in Annapolis, MD
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On Sunday July 8th, 2018, Aileen E Ginty passed away. A native of Riverhead, NY Aileen Graduated from St. Joseph’s University in West Hartford, CT. She settled in Fairfield Ct with her husband, the late Francis P. Ginty. An exceptional educator and child advocate Aileen founded St. Paul’s Nursery School (Fairfield CT) in 1969, she retired in 1996 leaving the legacy of St. Paul’s Nursery School.
She is survived by her three children Mark Ginty (Adebe Cougar), David Ginty, and Kellianne Ginty, and Six grandchildren Mark Ginty Jr., Samuel Ginty, Patrick Shackelford, Leah Ginty, Benjamin Ginty and Jeffrey Shackelford and a great grandson, Chase Charles Ginty.
A memorial gathering in memory of Aileen will be held on Saturday July 21 from 9-10:30am at Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 12 Ridgely Ave., Annapolis, MD followed by a procession to St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 620 N. Bestgate Rd., Annapolis, MD for a memorial mass at 11am.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the St. Paul’s Nursery School - Aileen Ginty Scholarship Fund. A link to donate to the scholarship fund can be found further down this page.

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Memorial Gathering
Hardesty Funeral Home-Annapolis
12 Ridgely Avenue
Annapolis, MD US 21401
Saturday, July 21, 2018
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Memorial Mass
Saint John Neumann Catholic Church
620 North Bestgate Road
Annapolis, MD US 21401
Saturday, July 21, 2018
11:00 AM

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St. Paul’s Nursery School - Aileen Ginty Scholarship Fund
In Loving Memory of Aileen Ginty: St. Paul's Nursery School was founded in 1969 by Aileen Ginty, when her youngest was ready for pre-school. She started with 10 children. As a child advocate and educator, Aileen believed that developmentally young children learn vital skills through play. She wanted to create an educationally safe environment to foster the total child and what better time than when she was "almost" ready to get back to work thus staying with her daughter, implementing her beliefs and vision, and providing a developmentally appropriate program for young children. "Our (St. Paul's Nursery School's) mission is to provide a nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment in which children can learn through play. We strive to foster the community of the teacher, parent & child to help support the total development and growth of the child." St. Paul's Nursery School is an intricate part of the Fairfield Ct community and it is very fitting that we create this scholarship in her memory. Please feel free to visit the schools website to get a glimpse of her legacy first hand. http://www.stpaulsnurseryschool.net