Ann
Ann McGuinness moved on to her heavenly home on Saturday April, 24, 2010. Ann had been ill for many months and was surrounded by family members and friends at the moment of her passing. Ann was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 18, 1929. She and her husband, Joseph, relocated to Los Angeles in 1965 and raised their five children in Woodland Hills. Their children attended Saint Mel's Catholic School, where Ann was actively involved and taught CCD Classes. The children attended Louisville and Crespi High Schools in Los Angeles, and Eastside Catholic High School in Seattle. For the past 25 years, Ann has been a resident of Rolling Hills Estates and has been active at Saint John Fisher Catholic Church. Ann is survived by her loving husband, Joseph. The couple celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on October 16th of last year. Ann is also survived by her daughter Maureen, of Idaho; her sons Joseph and Michael of Palos Verdes, her son Thomas of Manhattan Beach and her son James of Gig Harbor, Washington. Ann is survived by fifteen adoring grandchildren. Her most enjoyable moments occurred when she was in the company of one or all of her grandchildren. The love affair was mutual. A Mass celebrating Ann's life is planned for 11:00 a.m. on Friday April 30, 2010 at Saint John Fisher Parish in Palos Verdes, Peninsula.

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  1. Dear Uncle Joe, Please accept our deepest sympathy. Steve and I offer our prayers and love to you and the whole family. I am sure the Lord welcomed Ann into the Promised Land with open arms. God bless you all…Love, Jeanne

  2. Dear McGuinness Family- So sorry for your loss. May the knowledge that she is in heaven and no longer suffering bring you peace during this very sad time.

  3. My dear Joe and family, I got quuite a shock when I read today’s bulletin with Ann’s death notice. My heartfelt prayers and deepest sympathy are with you all. love, Nuala

  4. I am very sorry for your loss. Mrs. McGuinness was a wonderful, warm woman that I had the pleasure of meeting on several occasions. She was always very kind to me and made me feel like a part of the family whenever I dropped in during family gatherings. She was a wonderful and supportive mother-in-law to my best friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the you.

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