Ginger Dick Dies

Longtime gem and jewelry writer Ginger Dick died Feb. 10 at the age of 62, from heart-related issues.Born Beverly Barnes, she is best known in the industry by her pen name, Ginger Dick. Her byline regularly appeared in American Jewelry Manufacturer (now MJSA Journal), Jewellery International, Diamonds International, JewelSiam, Accent, Diamontaire, New York Diamonds, National Jeweler, The Goldsmith, Colored Stone, Jewelers' Quarterly, and Southern Jewelry News.Her involvement in the gem and jewelry industry began with freelance articles written for Canadian Jeweller magazine, while she was still pursuing a career in advertising and marketing. Her love for the gem and jewelry industry blossomed, and, following a move to New York City in 1982, she began freelancing for the other publications and working as a marketing consultant for a variety of businesses in the trade, as well as cove

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