Hua Hin mourns loss of beloved expat Lizzy Ginsel

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Renowned Hua Hin resident Lizzy Ginsel passed away at Hua Hin Hospital yesterday morning, June 20.

A cherished figure within the community, Lizzy’s legacy resonates through her philanthropic endeavours and unwavering support for numerous charitable causes, notably the Rotary Club of Royal Hua Hin.

Renowned for her spirited personality, Lizzy was the driving force behind the Multi-Culti Club (MCC), fostering cultural exchange and community cohesion. Her dedication extended beyond borders, securing life-changing scholarships at Stamford International University for aspiring minds like Dee Dee Kosin and Kwanthip Phutdee, a testament to her profound impact on education.

Jonathan Fairfield, editor of Hua Hin Today, fondly remembers Lizzy.

“I was deeply saddened to hear of Lizzy’s passing. Her presence in Hua Hin was synonymous with kindness and generosity. Whether at local events or chance encounters at Market Village, Lizzy’s warmth touched everyone she met.”

As Hua Hin grieves the loss of one of its brightest stars, Lizzy Ginsel’s legacy of compassion and community spirit will forever illuminate the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing her, reported Hua Hin Today.

In related news, tributes flooded in for the late Australian actor Gregory Charles Rivers following the news of his suspected suicide at his residence in Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong on February 2. The Hong Kong TV drama icon, discovered near a tray of burning charcoal at his home in Tai Au Mun Village, left a void in the hearts of his fans and admirers.

In other news, acclaimed South Korean actor Lee Sun-kyun, renowned for his role in the Oscar-winning film Parasite, was discovered lifeless in a car at a prominent Seoul park on December 27 last year.

The 48 year old actor was found unconscious and while it remains unclear whether he took his own life, reports suggest he left a note before departing his home. Lee had been under investigation for alleged drug use since October 2023, with suspicions arising from an incident at a Seoul bar involving a mysterious substance.

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