Regina Liudzius Cobb
Regina Liudzius Cobb

Regina Liudzius Cobb passed away peacefully on December 30, 2011 at Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital in San Pedro following a massive stroke. The unexpected and tragic loss has been devastating to her family and friends. Gina is survived by her husband and two beloved children. She is also survived by her mother, father, sister, two brothers, in-laws, a niece and four nephews. Gina grew up in Glendale, California and graduated from Glendale High. In 1981, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from UCLA. She subsequently received her post-graduate degree from UCLA School of Law. In 1985, Gina was admitted to the California Bar and began practicing business litigation with the Century City law firm of Irell and Manella. She later became a partner and then of counsel to the law firm of Demetriou, Del Guercio, Springer & Francis LLP in downtown Los Angeles. She also worked as an independent attorney in Rancho Palos Verdes. Her law practice spanned over 26 years. Gina was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, where she regularly delivered children's messages during Sunday services, and taught Sunday school in the summer. She also served on the Christ Lutheran school board. Gina will be greatly missed. She has touched many lives with her kindness, compassion, and relentless drive for excellence. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, February 3 at 10:30 AM at Christ Lutheran Church, 28850 S. Western Ave., Rancho Palos Verdes. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made to a college education fund for Gina's children. For further information contact:[email protected] Please sign the guest book at
Published by Daily Breeze on Feb. 1, 2012.
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Dear Liudzius and Cobb Families;

I was devastated to hear of Gina's passing. Just today, I looked up her name and she was gone. Gina's caring heart first reached out to mine in the third grade and we remained friends for many years afterward. She is even the inventor of my nom de plume, Dimese. My world and the world at large is surely a poorer place after her passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss.
Misdee Guess
March 19, 2012
To the Cobb Family:

In your sadness, may there be peace...In your thoughts, may there be love...In your hearts, may there be healing. (Psalm 147:3)

My condolences,
February 1, 2012
I served on the CLCS school board with Gina a few years back. She was a very warm and compassionate woman. She was very insightful, and blessed with intellengence and talent. I especially enjoyed her Children's Message during the Sunday services. She was wonderful with the children and knew how to get the message across to the kids. She will truly be missed.
Kerry Richards
February 1, 2012
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