Georgina Marie Corley

September 12, 1972June 3, 2018
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Georgina Marie Corley, aged 45, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 at St. Bernard Parish Hospital. Georgina was born September 12, 1972, in New Orleans, Louisiana to Eva Mae Corley and the late George Brown.

Georgina was an incredibly hard working person who excelled in all things that she put her mind to. In 1992 she began her proudest venture as a loving mother of 2 children, while also attending college and working full time. After graduating college, she went on to work as an accounting office manager for 20 years. She found great joy in reading novels, binge watching her favorite shows, and spending time with her family and friends.

Georgina is survived by her two children, Brent and Marissa Klein; siblings, Tansy Corley and Sierra Lafuentes; mother, Eva Corley; and grandmother, Gisele Brown. She is also leaving behind numerous loving family and friends.

A Memorial Gathering will be held for Georgina on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at ST. BERNARD MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 701 W. VIRUTE ST., in Chalmette, from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM. To sign and view the family guestbook, please visit


  • Memorial Gathering Saturday, June 16, 2018

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Sabrina Merrick Pierre

June 12, 2018

I will miss you Gina. I am sad more than ever. You called me when my dad and mom died. Now I have to call your mom and sister since you have passed on. Continue to wash away my tears sister. Thank you for the laughs in 6th grade. I know you are smiling up there in heaven. We used to be the best friends that everyone else wanted and still want. Love you my sister. I will stop crying one day. Love ya chic

Erin Stodard

June 9, 2018

I was so blessed to have really gotten to know you over the past few years. You were such a beautiful person inside and out and I am truly going to miss our long phone conversations talking about everything and anything whether one of us had to vent or just brag about our awesome kids. I loved how you always made my girls feel wanted and loved how you were Mara Jade’s “favorite person”. I know you have a very special place in heaven as you were a wonderful woman who cared so much for others and mostly your children who were your greatest blessings. Your life here will never be forgotten as you are always going to have a piece of our hearts and memories.

Sierra LaFuentes

June 9, 2018

Hey Gina, it’s your cooky baby sister.
The best memory that I have of you is when we played Disney’s Trivia Pursuit with mom and the kids, Brent and Marissa on Easter Sunday 2008. Brent left in the middle of the game to go hang with his friends and we just kept playing. Not long after he left, mom got the question: “What is the song Scat-Cat sings in the Aristocats?” And you kept telling to shut up when I started humming the song and mom still didn’t get the answer! 🤣! Miss and love you, Big Sis! 😥

Tatiana Corley

June 9, 2018

Aunt Gina as I write this I picture you sitting at Jimmy’s table holding my son (your great nephew) at the last Christmas party. That will always be my favorite memory of you. It saddens me that Camden won’t have memories with you but I promise you he will know how much his Aunt Gina loved & adored him. We miss you more than words can express , but we love you even more ! Until we meet again my sweet loving aunt !

Amber Corley

June 9, 2018

Gina as I knew her by, one of my favorite cousins was such a awesome person. I am going to miss all the little talks we use to have. How you use to laugh at all Victoria's stories (especially the menopause one) you had tears rolling down for that one. You use to always say that's my girl. I will always appreciate you listening to me vent about life and I know most of all Leilani is going to miss her Gi Gi and playing with you. Leilani use to wear you out chasing you around the sofa and making you read to her all the time. I will never let her forget the memories of you. I just saw you on Saturday night when I picked Leilani up we talked for a bit and as I always do I told you thank you and I love you and Leilani gave you kisses and in her goofy voice told you love you, see you next time. I would have never imagined that the next time would be at heaven's gates. Forever you are loved and missed.
Love always
Amber, Esaw, Victoria, and Leilani

Ozzie Hunter

June 7, 2018

I worked with Gina for over 20 yrs at Rubenstein Bros. What I remember that brings a smile to my face and heart were our company breakfasts. Gina made our annual breakfasts fun and entering. Not only planning these events but also providing fun and entertainment with the whimsical, fun, and sometimes quirky gifts that were raffled off.
Rest in peace, you are missed!
Ozzie Hunter. Rubenstein Bros. 1982.