Julie McInnis

December 28, 1956November 24, 2018

Julie Schwab McInnis, 61, of North Las Vegas, NV, a property manager, passed away on Wednesday, November, 24, 2018.

She was born in Inglewood, CA on December 28, 1956 to Donald and Marjorie Schwab (nee Rouge). Julie is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Michael McInnis; and daughter, Savannah Rose McInnis. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Brianna (Rynerson) and Miguel Serratos; sister, Debbie Weiss; seven grandchildren, Alexis, Arianna, Cayden, Aubree, Miguel Jr., Bentley, and Paxxton; two nieces, Kimberly and Robin; and her boyfriend, Mike Workman. Julie grew up in southern California and attended Pacific Palisades High School. She and Michael raised their family in Camarillo, CA, where they owned and operated Pertrucci’s Ristorante, before moving to Las Vegas in 2006. An avid Monty Python fan, Julie joined the retail team at Wynn Las Vegas after learning Spamalot would be the featured show. Years later, Julie found her new career working at Storage One. After Savannah’s passing, Julie became the sole guardian of Savannah’s son, Cayden. Julie was a devoted mother and grandmother to all her babies, who loved her dearly. A memorial service will be held at 5:00PM on Saturday, September 8, 2018 at King David Memorial Chapel and Cemetery. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations be made for care of Cayden to Palm Eastern Mortuary handled the arrangements.


  • Donald Schwab, Father
  • Marjorie Schwab (Rouge), Mother
  • Michael Shawn McInnis, Husband
  • Savannah Rose McInnis, Daughter
  • Brianna Serratos, Daughter
  • Miguel Serratos, Son-in-law
  • Debbie Weiss, Sister
  • Mike Workman, Boyfriend
  • Grandchildren - Alexis, Arianna, Cayden, Aubree, Miguel Jr., Bentley, and Paxxton
    Nieces - Kimberley and Robin


  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 8, 2018

Julie McInnis

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Kimberly Waldron

January 17, 2019

I remember meeting Julie for the first time. This crazy grandma with wacky hair... so tough and hip. Yet, so extremely caring for others. She was so good at expressing what cayden had been through and what he needed in a caretaker. I didnt know what to expect as I opened my home but knew I would treat them as family. They both melted my heart with how open and caring they were. Julie and I ended up bonding in a unique way... and she quickly became a shoulder for me, giving as much advice as she could through an extremely tough situation she had been through too. I wish she knew she could lean on me the same way. Love ya girl, and miss you so much. ❤

Loriann Hart

January 17, 2019

Julie and I never met in person yet we connected on Facebook. We both attended Palisades Charter High School in the early 1970s and shared many mutual friends.

Through the magic of Facebook I grew more and more drawn to Julie's beautiful soul. My heart bled for her that awful Halloween evening that Cayden came home after trick or treating without his mama Savannah, who was killed in an auto accident by a drunk driver. I saw a huge transformation in Julie the day she went from Grandma to Grand Mother to Cayden.

It wasn't hard to see and feel the tremendous love Julie had for her family. My heart now bleeds for all who loved Julie. God bless you all. 💖🙏💖

Karen Talcott

December 8, 2018

Julie and I were only friends when we were very young growing up on Larimer rd in Rustic Canyon(Santa Monica). She was a member of a trio, Blayne Becker, Julie and me. Julie was 2 years younger than us but that didn’t matter. We would play “make believe” for hours putting on plays for our parents. It was only a couple years ago we reconnected on the Pacific Palisades Facebook page. Such a small world we live in. I’m so saddened by julie’s Passing but I know she is happy with her daughter now! You are a loss to all that have known you.

Sue Kirk

December 7, 2018

I will always remember the bonfires on the beach with the waves crashing ashore when we were teenagers. Good times.

May you be in the Peace of Christ and enjoying all the reunions.

John Butler (Celebrant)

December 6, 2018

Julie, in learning about you and your life has been both challenging and exciting. Your legacy is well represented in your beautiful children and grandchildren or Your Angels as you liked to call them. We will honor your memory with laughter and tears but it will be unique to you and your life and personnality. God Bless You and may he now hold you in the palm of his hand.

Sarah Shaw

December 6, 2018

I met you when I reconnected with Savannah my freshman year of high school (7 ish years ago.) She was the best friend I could’ve asked for and you always were asking where I was at if I wasn’t at your house. I basically lived with you both for a couple years. You were a huge part of my teenage years.
I always remember us laughing when we would be in the Bradford hill house and you would always blast that song, “I just died in your arms tonight” on a daily basis. Dancing around the house or cleaning to it. We’d always bug you and your friends that were over, and most mornings during breakfast, you’d always do this little hand movement and say, “wax on, wax off little pork chop.” LOL (anyone else remember that?)

Anyways, thank you for stepping up and giving Cayden the love he needed. I know your pain is over now and you have so much love. I’m sorry I wasn’t around the last couple years. Rest easy angel. Love you

Kacia Pretty

December 5, 2018

Julie, you went from my boyfriend's boss, to my friend, to my family. I never imagined, 15 years ago, that I was meeting someone who would be a part of so many moments in my life. You were at my wedding, the first time I thought I might be pregnant was in your back yard, you helped me through my divorce, we raised our girls together. I held you the night Savannah died and I held your hand the day you died. I was so honored to be by your side, to know that in a world of so many people, you walked into my life and chose me to be in yours till the end. I am so sorry for not realizing how bad you needed me and not getting to you sooner. Know I love you, I miss you and I will be here for your family forever. May your angel wings protect us all and may you smile each time you look down on us. Rest in paradise, dear friend. 💜💜💜

Patti Rundberg

December 5, 2018

My best memory of Julie is when we went to our twenty year Pali High reunion. We took a limo there to the beach, saw some old friends, had a wonderful time. I also had been to her home in Camarillo where she was a restaurant owner and very good friends with Kimberly Calendar. I spoke with Julie frequently the last six months. Besides her constant posting complaints about the heat in Las Vegas, she had visions of moving to Washington state to provide a better living and cooler temps. She's greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend.

Sabrina Engels

December 5, 2018

Oh my dearest friend. I remember sitting in your backyard in Camarillo. Our kids were playing. We sit and talk about everything. What I would give to go back to those times. I miss you so much. I love you. You are a great friend. All my love to you and your family. I will make a trip out there to visit Bree. Rest In Peace my dear friend Love always Sabrina aka your Bina oxoxo

Priscilla Rufo

December 5, 2018

First met Julie working at the Wynn over 10 years ago, she was such a kind funny lady who I immediately clicked with... we got pretty close throughout the years we ended up being roommates in 3 homes. I’ll remember julie being a second mother to me always giving great advice when I needed someone to talk to she was always there. A great mom, cook, and friend, she always put her needs last before everyone else. She loved living life to her fullest someone who I strived to be. I cannot believe she’s gone she has touched my heart in soo many ways...until we meet again my dear friend when I see you we are enjoying a ketel one soda and lime...I love you forever and ever !!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️