Lori Ann Jacobson

Los Angeles, California

1958 - 2018


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May 13, 1958 - January 31, 2018 Lori Ann Jacobson was born in Story City, Iowa; she died at home from breast cancer, surrounded by her husband, Jason and siblings, Kay, Becky and Jon. Her life was characterized by joy, optimism, and her unbounded love for family and friends. Lori grew up in...

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So very sad. I don't know the family, but I found this memorial while searching for another Lori. My heart goes out to you all.

My deepest condolences to Jason and the family. I will miss dear Lori, her kindness, warmth and her beautiful smile.

February 19th, 2018

Dear Jason ,
My prayers are with you at this difficult time. I'm so sorry for your loss.
I feel honored and blessed to have had the joy to meet Lori, She opened her heart and offer me her friendship, time, and knowledge at a sad and difficult time in my life. She was an example of strength and hope, an inspiration to me and others. She emulated goodness, happiness, and peacefulness.
I am going to miss her so much.
Jason may the lord give...

To the family of Lori. My deepest condolences as I knew her for many years at Equinox WLA the former Spiorts Club LA. We had a locker next to each other for years and I learned about her passing today. Lori always had a smile on her face, was positive and upbeat with never referring to anything negative in her life. She will truly be missed.

Lori was such a bright light. This world has lost a real angel. I send my deepest sympathy to Jason and Lori's family.

Dear Joson and Lori's family,
So sorry for your loss of Lori. I will miss her greatly. She was
so beautiful, kind , and one of the smartest Women I knew. I had
known Lori for almost 40 years since ISU when we had a class together and then later worked together at the Brunnier Gallery.
I loved how we could get together and almways pick right up where we left off.
You are all in my thought and prayers.

I am extending my condolences to the family and friends. May the entire family find peace in knowing that God cares for you and your family and will help you during these difficult times. 1 Peter 5:6,7*

May your memories with David bring you comfort. We can find peace in knowing that God understands your grief and He cares (1 Peter 5: 6, 7).

Your delightful spirit and kind heart will always be missed. Your memory will linger on in the minds of everyone you touched.
My deepest condolences to Jason and all your loved ones.