John LoBianco, Jr. of Mission Viejo, California, passed away suddenly on Saturday, November 26th. He was born in Washington, D.C. on July 9th, 1947, to John LoBianco, Sr. and Barbara Mills LoBianco, who preceded him in death.
Before moving to Mission Viejo, California in 1977, John worked for the District of Columbia Government as a sign painter and graphic artist. He worked for several sign and graphic companies in Orange County. In 1984, he started his own business, The Sign Factory/Dimensional Graphics and Displays, in Irvine, California until 1999 and then continued working in the commercial graphics field in private industry and at Saddleback College Graphic Arts Department.
John was a world traveler, a talented artist and a musician, and a mentor to those who worked for him.
He will be dearly missed by his son, Michael (Reiko), his daughter, Lorraine, as well as his former spouse, Nancy. He is also survived by 3 sisters, 2 brothers, many relatives and friends, and his beloved cat, Pawlette.
At his request, no services will be held and the interment of ashes will be private.
John became a lover of cats late in his life and donations in his honor may be made to the Friend of Felines Rescue Center 14597 Power Dam Rd, Defiance, OH 43512 (http://www.fofrescue.org/paypal/)