Laurene Margaret Sinema
|Posted 2008-09-10 by Pat Wilson|
|SINEMA, Laurene Margaret |
Laurene Margaret Sinema April 22, 1929 - November 23, 2003. Laurene passed away peacefully after a three year battle with cancer. Laurene touched countless lives in her more than 50 years of church and community service. She served in various leadership capacities in civic organizations, businesses and her church with an unfailing optimism and strength. Her last 27 years were devoted to her love of quilting. Laurene was an accomplished designer, teacher, lecturer, and author of eight books. As owner of The Quilted Apple, Founder of the Arizona Quilter's Guild, President of the Arizona Quilt Search Project, and member of the International Quilt Council, Laurene has sparked the love of hand quilting and applique in many lives throughout the world. Laurene loved people and had the unique ability to make each person that she was with feel they were completely special. She loved her family and was a loyal wife and mother.
She is survived by her devoted husband Gerald Sinema, 5 children: Dan Sinema, Julie Marino, Jamie Dick, Janice Beals, and Jennifer McCallen, 21 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren. Laurene's warm smile and encouragement will be missed by innumerable students, friends, and loved ones. Visitation at Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. 7th Street. Services at the Phoenix East Stake Center, 1835 E. Missouri Avenue. Published in the Arizona Republic from 11/27/2003 - 11/29/2003.
SINEMA, Laurene Margaret
Laurene Margaret Sinema, 74, of Phoenix, AZ passed away on November 23, 2003. Visitation at Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. 7th St. and at Phoenix East Stake Ctr. Services at Phoenix East Stake Center, 1835 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix, AZ. Arrangements by Hansen Chapel. Published in the Arizona Republic on 11/26/2003.
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