Rose Virginia Wyman, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and sister, went to be with her Lord on February 6, 2024. Born on January 11, 1942, in Gilmer, TX to parents Wyatt Pope and Pearl (Bray) Pope. To all, she was affectionately known as Ginny. She was surrounded by her family as she departed for her heavenly home.
Ginny's lifelong commitment to teaching touched the lives of countless students and left a lasting impact on her community. Throughout her remarkable career, Ginny showed unwavering passion for education. She was an educator through and through, channeling her love for teaching into every interaction she had with her students. With her nurturing spirit and unwavering dedication, Ginny had a profound ability to inspire young minds and instill a lifelong love for literature and the English language.
Ginny's warm and caring personality endeared her to all who had the pleasure of knowing her. She possessed an innate ability to balance discipline with compassion, knowing exactly when to be firm in order to guide her students towards success. Her students respected and admired her because they knew that behind her high expectations was a teacher who genuinely cared about their well-being and success.
Outside of the classroom, Ginny's greatest joy came from spending time with her family; they were the center of her world. The bond between Ginny and her family was unbreakable — she adored them wholeheartedly, just as they cherished her.
Ginny's grandchildren brought immeasurable joy into her life. Their laughter and affection lifted Ginny's spirits during both the triumphs and challenges she faced. She was incredibly proud of them, celebrating their accomplishments with unbridled enthusiasm.
Ginny was also a cherished sister to brothers with whom she shared countless memories. Their bond remained strong throughout the years, as Ginny found comfort and support in their presence.
She leaves behind her loving husband, Robert Wyman; daughter, Robin Nichols; sons, Christopher Wyman and wife Karen, and Eddie Wyman; grandchildren, Jason Nichols and wife Megan, and Clayton Wyman; great granddaughters, Klara Nichols and Amelia Nichols; brothers, Tony Pope, and Roy Pope and wife Karen; nephews, Scotty and Mark, as well as nieces Candace and Cortney
She was preceded in death by her son Ronnie Wyman and her parents.
Ginny Wyman will be remembered for her warm smile, kind heart, and unwavering dedication to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Her number one wish was for all to know Christ as their Lord.
In honor of Ginny's legacy, her family kindly requests that memorial donations be made to,
B.E.A.M.S Bible Distribution Ministry. P.O Box 10200 Gulfport, MS 39505
The Voice of the Martyrs at P.O Box 443 Bartlesville, OK 74005
Samaritans Purse at P.O. Box 3000 Boone, NC 28607.
Her memory will forever be etched in our hearts, and though we mourn the loss of such an incredible individual, we long for the day we will all be together again.