Laura "Lolo" Cigogna
Laura Jean Cicogna 62 passed away on May 29th, 2021 at her home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She was born on July 6th, 1958 in San Diego.

Lori grew up in Phoenix, AZ and Albuquerque, NM. She graduated from Greenway High School in Phoenix, AZ. After high school she attended two years at the University of Phoenix.

Lori married Rick in 2003 on the water at Chic's beach after meeting him at their favorite hangout SmackWater Jacks. They were happily married and celebrated their 18th Anniversary on May 11th. She enjoyed fishing, her crafting work, and loved spending time with children.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Virginia Buvens

Lori is survived by her spouse Rick, her two sons, RJ and Zach, and her sisters Suzi Denman, Sheri Buvens and Cindi Johnson.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Heart Association - ( in her name.
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Lori was a devoted wife and stepmother. She had a strong will and loving soul. Fly high sweet dragon fly.
Patricia Dale
June 23, 2021
Lori will be forever in my heart and my thoughts..She will never be forgotten n will cherish my memories of her she had the heart of gold..❤May she rest in peace and my condolences to Rick and the rest of the family..
Susan Orsargos.Now a Tucker.
June 23, 2021
I will miss her dearly as will anyone who was blessed enough to have known her. We had some great times together. I will cherish our memories as well as my wine glass and matching plate that you fashioned my image on as well as the phrase "always late but worth the wait".
Anita Coakley
June 6, 2021
Smackwater Jacks brought so many people and friendships into my life that I will always cherish. Rick, you were the love of her life. Biggest of hugs to all of you.
Vicki Cope Salice
June 6, 2021
Lolo you will always be remembered and loved. I'll always treasure you and the Beautiful crafts you made for me ! Everytime I see a dragonfly I'll

think of you Lolo.
Rae Rae
Rae Bowden
June 6, 2021
Gone too soon but never forgotten. I saw you go from day care giver to artist. You were a true friend to both of my daughters. And it gives me some peace knowing you and Michelle can hang out again. Rick and RJ remember all the good memories and know that my thoughts are with you and the family ❤ Pat Taylor
Pat Taylor
June 6, 2021
Lolo you will always live in my heart and soul. Forever my birthday sister. So many memories. Love you always my friend!
Jill Franklin
June 6, 2021
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