January 13, 1949 ~ November 2, 2016
Howard “Hank” George Ginder, 67, passed away November2, 2016 at Community Hospital. He wasborn to William Robert and Ruby Virginia (Weidner) Ginder on January 13, 1949in Anderson. He lived his entire life inthe Anderson area.
Hank graduated from Highland High School. He actively served in the United States Armyduring the Vietnam War, then served in the National Guard. He was anindependent business man as owner of Ginder Welding and sub-contracted for theCity of Anderson. Hank was a jack of alltrades and master of none.
Hank enjoyed country music, watching westerns, Harleys,and riding his steel horse. His favoritesong is “My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys.” Most of all, he loved his children and grandchildren.
Left to cherish Hank’s memory are his sons, Dan (Judy)Ginder, Josh (Raynia) Ginder, and Jeremiah Ginder; several grandchildren andthree great-grandchildren; siblings, David (Pam) Ginder, Peggy Stahl, Richard(Ruthann) Ginder, and Jennifer (Brian) Brown; several aunts, uncles, nieces,nephews, cousins and friends; and special friend and ex-wife, Sue Ginder.
Hank was preceded in death by his parents,grandparents, and special niece, Staci Ginder.
Visitation will be Monday, November 7, from 5:00-8:00PM at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services.
Contributions in memory of Hank may be made to theAmerican Diabetes Association.
Tothose that knew him, “Right church, wrong pew.”