Ginger Lee LaConte • April 2, 2021



Wife, Mother and Business Owner, Ginger was a loving and outgoing soul. Born in Macon Georgia, she grew up in Orlando and spent the last 32 years in Pensacola with her family. Ginger helped to manage and run several local family businesses with her husband including Laser Tech of Pensacola, Mr. Ink Refills, Printing and Copies and LaConte Farms. Ginger was an avid Graphic Designer, Website Creator and later in life worked as a customer support representative for Apple. Ginger enjoyed going to the beach, going on cruises, gardening, beekeeping and she loved selling the honey, fruits and vegetables they grew and harvested on their small farm.

Ginger is survived by her Husband of 32 years Thomas Joseph LaConte Jr., her sons Kevin LaConte, Christopher LaConte, TJ LaConte and Granddaughter Isabella LaConte, Sister-in-law and best friend Jennifer LaConte, her mother Gloria Robertson, brothers Anthony Meeks, Brian Faith and sister Jackie Long along with many nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens on April 12, 2021 between the hours of 1:00pm-3:00pm

  1. Shastity Walker says:

    You Will Be Missed ❤️

  2. Bobbie says:

    Wishing I could be in attendance. Sending my love from afar.Ginger will be dearly missed by so many. ❤️

  3. Judy Ogburn says:

    Gloria I.am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Judy Ogburn

  4. Jason & Brianna Gurian says:

    Thomas,
    Heart felt sympathies to you and your entire family. We are very sad to hear this news. Ginger will always be remembered as our honey girl who made our lives & wedding even sweeter.

  5. Dennis Tumblin says:

    I pray for you all daily. I hope that you are able to be strong for each other and show one another patience, and compassion. Lift each other up when needed and remember that our hearts are with you. Keep Jesus in your hearts.

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