LAGOMARSINO Jr., Virginia Clare
Ginny passed away in her home in Sacramento after a long battle with breast cancer. She was born on January 26, 1960, in Sacramento, to Clare and Clyde Lagomarsino and was preceded in death by both.
She is survived by her loving son, Joseph A.N. Lagomarsino, her brothers Clyde Jr. (Jane) and Earl Lagomarsino, her sisters Mary L. Amato (Col. Steven L. Amato, USAF Ret. of Virginia) and Eileen (Rob) Heydon. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Ginny recently retired after 13 years with the State Water Resources Control Board where she will be greatly missed. While with the WRCB, Ginny spearheaded the CA State Employees Food Drive in her office. She did such a great job and helped inspire her coworkers so much that they decided to honor her efforts and dedication to the Annual Food Drive by renaming their Second Chance Shop and the Baked Goodies Cart as 'Ginnys Closet.'
This is a perfect example of the impact that Ginny had on many of those she knew. She loved deeply and if you were one of those fortunate enough to be the recipient of that love, you were blessed.
Ginny graduated from Our Lady of the Assumption School and Loretto High School. Ginny was also very fond of Jesuit High School. She was very involved in their 'Spring Fling' and was in charge of the concession stands for sporting events during her son's years at Jesuit.
Friends are welcome to attend a Vigil on Friday, (11/30) at 5:00pm as well as Mass of Christian Burial which will be offered for the repose of her soul on Saturday (12/1) at 10:00am, both at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, 5057 Cottage Way, in Carmichael.
In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be made to Joseph A.N. Lagomarsino c/o Mary Amato, 13023 Qualls Lane, Woodbridge, VA 22193, or to a
. An on-line guestbook can be signed at wfgormleyandsons.com.
Published in The Sacramento Bee on November 28, 2012