Lois Ann Ginobbi

Lois Ann Ginobbi

October 28, 1943 - June 17, 2016

Lois Ann Ginobbi

October 28, 1943 - June 17, 2016


Lois Ann Ginobbi (nee McGinley) passed away on Friday, June 17, 2016. Lois was born on October 28, 1943 in New York to James and Margaret (Leahy) McGinley.

Lois grew up in Bronx, New York where she attended Hunter College and received her Bachelor’s degree. In addition, Lois received two Master’s degrees. She worked as a New York State Parole Officer for more than 20 years. Upon retirement, Lois moved to Orange County, CA. Lois enjoyed traveling, music, theater and film. She was an active member of the San Clemente Choral Society and the Fleet Feet Walking Group and had been involved in several musical and theater groups in Rockland County, NY.

Lois was preceded in death by her parents, James and Margaret McGinley.

She leaves her loving memories to be cherished by her sisters, Frances and Margaret, and her brothers, Jimmy, David and Gerard, nieces, nephews and numerous other relatives.

There will be a funeral Mass and memorial service at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church, located at 29102 Crown Valley Parkway, Laguna Niguel, CA on Wednesday, June 29th at 10:00am.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to ASPCA, Saddleback College and St. Jude’s Hospital.

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17 responses to Lois Ann Ginobbi

  1. I’ve known Lois for years, both in the Chorale, and from a Saddleback class we both took. She was such a spirited, wonderful person. In recent years, despite many ongoing physical problems, she was always upbeat and cheerful and made your day better just by talking with her. The way she lived her life, active until the end, was an inspiration. I will miss her so much.

    Barbara Kenton

  2. My sincere condolences to the McGlnleys. Lois was a part of our extended family. Though we did not see her often she will be missed. I agree with my sister Diane that the time spent in the Bronx and in Breezy point will always be a cherished memory.

  3. In rememberance of Lois, my sister, my friend. We didn’t always see eye to eye and our political affiliations were miles apart but despite our differences, I’ve always loved you from the bottom of my heart. I am going to miss you dear Sister. So very glad that we were all able to be together in January to share in the joy of being family. Love you always, Fran

  4. My Sister in Heaven – I sit here and ponder how very much I’d like to talk with you. There are so many things that we didn’t get to say. I know how much you love me and how much I love you. And each time that I think of you I know that you’ll miss me too. An angel came and took you by the hand and said your place was ready in heaven far above.,,,And you had to leave behind all those you dearly loved. You had so much to live for. You had so much to do. It still seems so impossible that God was taking you. And though your life on earth is past in heaven it starts anew. You’ll live for all eternity , just as God has promised you. And though yoy’ve walked through heaven’s gate we are never far apart. For every time I think of you, you’re right here deep within my heart. Your Loving brother, Gerard

  5. Aunt Lois, you will be missed. Thank you for all the kindness you brought into the world. May you rest in peace. All my love, Jill

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