George
George Philip Marinoff, age 84 died August 30, 2006 at Little Company of Mary Hospital. A memorial mass will be held at St. James Catholic Church at 124 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, CA on September 9, 2006 at 10:00 AM George was born January 13, 1922 to parents Carrie and Michael Marinoff in Alexandria, VA. George was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Alexander, Joseph and Theodore and Son; Philip. George left the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, VA to serve in the United States Airforce in WWII. During a tour of duty in Kansas he met and married Kathaleen (Kay) Kirkbride in Kinsley, KS. They made their home in Alexandria, VA where he was employed by Capital Airlines. Two sons, Philip and Gery were born to this union. In 1958 George bid to go to Miami International when United Airlines merged with Capital. In 1971 George was sent to Los Angeles International where he worked until he retired in 1984. George is survived by his wife; Kay, Son; Gery, Brother; Carl and three grandchildren, Martin, Daniel and Nicole; many nieces and nephews; Aunt Josephine and 6 godchildren. George Loved his family. He was a devoted husband and father.

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  1. Kay: We have so many warm memories of George — not being able to pass a Dairy Queen without stopping, fixing the bathroom while we were visiting LA, trips to El Pollo Loco and Denny’s. He was a kind, quiet and gentle man who will be remembered for years to come. Long distance hugs to you from all of us.

  2. Dear Kay and family, sorry to hear of your loss. Malinda and I often talk of the time we spent with you and George while we were living in California. Kay you introduced me to the wonderful taste of real cheesecake. My Mom Trudy spoke of George and Kay with such love and respect, always.All of our love, Mel & Malinda

  3. Dear Kathleen, Gery and family, This was indeed beautiful. Wish we could have been there with you. Love, Bronnie

  4. Kathleen, I was so sorry to hear about your loss. This tribute to George is really beautiful! I wish we were closer so we could be there for you at this time of need. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

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