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Beams Funeral Home

200 W Toledo St Box 5, Fremont, IN

OBITUARY

Virginia Lee "Ginny" Lobb

August 18, 1952July 24, 2020

Virginia ‘Ginny’ Lobb (nee Main), 67, was born to Walter and Miriam Main on August 18, 1952. She spent her final moments surrounded by her loving husband, Pat, where she passed peacefully on July 24, 2020. Ginny and Paddy spent 40 of their best years together, side by side, redefining love. They relocated to Cleveland, Ohio in 1996 from their home in Downingtown, Pa., where they raised their three beautiful daughters Ryann, Kelly, and Cailyn. She was also the greatest Noni ever to Brennan and Gianna and best Mother-In-Law to Sam, Brad, and Chris. Ginny and Pat spent the last four years in Angola, Indiana enjoying their lake house, their turtles (Baggins and Tyrion), and loved entertaining family and friends. Ginny is survived by her daughter Kristi Corbett, sisters Linda Eppolito, Vivian (Dave) Beideman, and Mary DiSalvo. Ginny was a loving and caring aunt, niece, cousin, and friend to many, many more. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Bill Main, brothers-in-law Joe Eppolito and John DiSalvo, and son-in-law Tim Corbett. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a donation to the Breast Cancer Research Fund (bcrf.org) or Save The Turtles (savetheturtles.org).

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Mark McFarland

July 29, 2020

Marge Sammartino

July 29, 2020

I was so sorry to hear of Ginny's passing. She was a very good friend of mine in high school, but we lost touch when I moved to CA shortly after we graduated. I enjoyed looking at the pictures of her over the years, it looks like she was very happy. My prayers go out to the family.
Marge (Lewis) Sammartino

Linda Eppolito

July 28, 2020

Ginny had the ability to light up a room with her smile. Her warm laughter was infections and you couldn’t help but join in. Memories of family dinners every Sunday; all of us crowded around the long table talking and laughing over each other, but Ginny’s voice was the one that rang out above the din. When Ginny and Pat moved to Ohio time together became even more precious and we cherished their summer visits, like a year of Sunday dinners condensed into a single day.
Ginny had a warm and open heart. She gave love unreservedly. She gave kindness unconditionally. And her family was her universe, she the center, the gravitational pull for her daughters; for her husband Pat; for her sisters and all that met her. She was light and laughter and whit and love.

Cheryl & Heinz Akers

July 27, 2020

God bless Ginny, Pat, and her family. Our first meetings with Ginny were as members of Solon UM Church. She left early impressions as a sweet, reserved person whose family meant everything to her. Later, our paths crossed as mutual church members and friends with the Herzberger family. Two years ago when we moved to Delaware, we learned that Ginny & Pat had strong ties here. She loved the shore and family vacations there. We will always keep her sweet memory with us on the coast. She is truly missed.

Cheryl Kobe

July 26, 2020

I never remember seeing Ginny without a smile. So very sorry for your loss. Share your memories often.

Kristi Corbett

July 26, 2020

You will always be in my heart Mom.

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