Genevieve Alino Lindgren

October 18, 1972January 3, 2021

Genevieve Alino Lindgren was born on October 18, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois and passed away on January 3, 2021 in Orange, California and is under the care of Fairhaven Memorial Services.

Zoom - Rosary & Personal tributes to Gennie will be held on January 13, 2021 at 1:30 pm. Funeral Mass will be held on January 16, 2021 at 11:00 am at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 1600 Corporate Drive, Ladera Ranch, CA.

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  • Zoom - Rosary & Personal tributes to Gennie

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021


  • Funeral Mass

    Saturday, January 16, 2021


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Priscila Bolanos

January 17, 2021

My deepest condolences to Magnus, Danika, Sammy and Lily and the rest of the family !!! Gennie forever be in your hearts...Gennie you will remain in my thoughts and prayers everyday and forever hold a special place on my ❤️ May you rest in eternal peace

Luisito and Jeanette Ilagan

January 17, 2021

We are so devastated on the passing away of our godchild Gennie. Words cannot express the hurt and sadness of Gennie’s death on an early age.
Our deepest condolences to Magnus, to their kids, to Mare , Pare , Derek , Jonathan and to all her relatives . She will be remembered as a bubbly, sweet lady with her beautiful smiling face. We are so proud of what she became , as a daughter, a mother, a wife and as a friend. She had touched so many lives and will be greatly missed. We are so sorry we didn’t have a chance to see you.
Eternal rest grant unto Gennie O Lord and Let Perpetual Light Shine upon her. May she Rest In Peace. In Jesus name we pray. Much ❤️ Ninong and Ninang

Emma Pangelinan

January 16, 2021

My family and I were blessed to have gotten to spend a whole weekend away with Gennie and her family. I remember her warm smile and delightful nature. She was attentive to her kids, a great mother. We watched an online BTS concert that weekend and she asked questions with genuine interest. I loved that about her. She said she may just start listening to them.

Gennie, we are saddened. But we know, you are looking down on us from heaven.

Til we meet again....

Julie Patrick

January 14, 2021

I knew Sweet Ginnie first thru South County Performing Arts and then Holy Trinity. My twin daughters (Danika and Alexis) are in the same grade as her twins and are friends.
When I met her and volunteered with her she made me feel like I had been her friend for years. Thats a true gift, Like how she joked around and was always laughing. I will really miss her sweet nature and I am Honored to have had her in my life.
Condulences to the family, Bless Magnus and the kids.
I will miss Gennie -Angel on Earth and Angel in Heaven.
Julie Patrick

Darcy Wiborg Weber

January 14, 2021

Gennie was such a wonderful person. She was truly one of the nicest, kindest people I've ever met. She was also adorable, with a great sense of humor and infectious laugh. I first met her when she joined Continuus fresh out of UCI, many years ago, and I've had the privilege of working with her on and off for more than 20 years. We hadn't worked closely for a while, but I enjoyed seeing her at the occasional team outing, like holiday parties, our International Women's Day lunch, and volunteering at the local food bank. She was so full of life that it is hard to imagine she is gone. She will live on in our hearts and minds. Sending my deepest sympathy to her family and loved ones.

Jasmine Thompson

January 14, 2021

Gennie and I became friends when we were 9. I remember I was drawn to her sweet voice and friendly demeanor. As latchkey kids growing up in the 80's while our parents worked hard to support us, we spent lots of time keeping each other company. We talked on the phone for hours and helped each other survive our awkward tween and teen years. We shared with each other who our secret boy crushes were and devised ways on how to get them to like us, we listened to love songs on the KOST and desperately tried to call in and dedicate songs to our 'loves,' we memorized all the words to Prince's Purple Rain album like it was homework, watched countless hours of MTV, went on camping trips, shopping trips to the mall, experimented with make-up and fashion and swapped teen magazines and romance novels.
In high school, we stressed out over homework, hung out with our friends and planned our academic future. After high school, we went on different paths but Gennie always put in the effort to keep in touch. When we saw each other, we would pick up right where we left off without a beat. We always shared many laughs and dreams. To see her meet the man of her dreams and raise a beautiful family made my heart happy. She was genuinely kind always thinking of others. She had the best laugh and the brightest smile.
Gennie had a special gift of making people feel happy, included and loved. I thank God that He had Gennie touch our lives in such an impactful way.
I will always honor and remember Gennie as a true angel on Earth who is now home in heaven shining her bright light on us.

Angela Gillespie

January 14, 2021

I saw Gennie every 6 weeks like clock work for years. Everytime it was a Gennie day I was excited. Her positive energy and my craziness always made for a fun time in the salon. I will miss her so much❣️

Sandra Roberts

January 13, 2021

There is no one memory of Gennie for me! She was a student and participant in a class production of "You Can't Take it with You.! " I know it was a lot of years ago but I remember vividly her wonderful positive attitude and that special smile for everyone! She made all who knew her feel special!

Rest well, Gennie! May your beautiful family know how much you meant to me and so many others!

Claudia Taylor

January 13, 2021

A little over 30 years ago I crossed paths with Gennie at UCI. As walked into the ICS 21 Labs, there she was, seated in the front positioned in such a way where she could see who else would enter the room. Not too many others were there so early so as I glanced around to find a friendly face… I found hers. I walked over but sat a row or two behind (shy girls) and we started talking… and never really stopped. The friendship born that day saw us through our rocky years at UCI with lots of laughter, late night crams, my first taste of Lumpia, numerous trips to the Cross Cultural Center for Kababayan meetings, tears and graduation. The bond nurtured carried on well after and will remain with me forever. Gennie embodied true friendship, warmth, compassion, love and faith. I miss my dear friend so much and am truly blessed to have known her. The love I have for Gennie extends to Magnus, Danika, Sammy and Lily. My thoughts and prayers are with you all now and always. God Bless!