In memory of
J. Jean Rohlinger
In memory of
J. Jean Rohlinger
March 13, 1928 - March 11, 2021 Jean Rohlinger was born in Villa Park, Illinois and in 1947, moved to Southern California. She met her husband of 56 years, Joseph Rohlinger, at a Loyola Marymount football game. She worked at MGM Studios in various positions, including continuity writer on the production of "Singin' in the Rain". Jean was a tireless mother who nurtured four children and managed a 20-year business career. She enjoyed sewing, cooking, entertaining, listening to Elvis music, traveling, and watching UCLA sports. Jean is survived by her four children - Nancy Davis, Patricia Rohlinger, Karen McHenry, and George Rohlinger-and her six grandchildren - Spenser, Eric, Kathryn, Nicole, Claire, and Kyle. Funeral services are being finalized. Please go to Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions website, www.LaFuneral.com to send the family messages or to share memories. Check back to view the online Video Tribute.
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In memory of
J. Jean Rohlinger
March 13, 1928 - March 11, 2021 Jean Rohlinger was born in Villa Park, Illinois and in 1947, moved to Southern California. She met her husband of 56 years, Joseph Rohlinger, at a Loyola Marymount football game. She worked at MGM Studios in various positions, including continuity writer on the production of "Singin' in the Rain". Jean was a tireless mother who nurtured four children and managed a 20-year business career. She enjoyed sewing, cooking, entertaining, listening to Elvis music, traveling, and watching UCLA sports. Jean is survived by her four children - Nancy Davis, Patricia Rohlinger, Karen McHenry, and George Rohlinger-and her six grandchildren - Spenser, Eric, Kathryn, Nicole, Claire, and Kyle. Funeral services are being finalized. Please go to Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions website, www.LaFuneral.com to send the family messages or to share memories. Check back to view the online Video Tribute.
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