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Janet Susan Tobin

Janet Susan Tobin, July 27, 1952 to March 23, 1983

Jo Tobin sent me the following:

Janet Susan Tobin died March 23, 1983, dear daughter of Oneglia Tobin of San Rafael, and the late James A. Tobin, loving sister of Jo Tobin-Charleston of Cotati, a native of Oceanside, CA; aged 30 years; a graduate of Terra Linda High School and College of Marin, 1972.

Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday, March 26, 1983, 10 am at St. Isabella's Church, Terra Linda.  Memorial gifts to Marin Cancer Society or Marin Heart Association preferred.   Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo

And she sent the following, as well:

Janet Susan Tobin of Marinwood, a 20 year resident of Marin County, died at her home Wednesday.   She was 30.  A native of Oceanside, California, Ms. Tobin was a graduate of Terra Linda High School and graduated from College of Marin in 1972.  A registered nurse, she worked for 11 years on the heart unit of Marin General Hospital. 

The daughter of the late James A. Tobin, she is survived by her mother, Ongelia Tobin of San Rafael; and a sister, Jo Tobin Charleston of Cotati. 

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06/02/09 07:02 PM #1    

Richard Bowen

Janet was a neighbor of mine. She was friends with Katie McCormick. I didn't know her well. She was a little shy in high school but always friendly.

06/02/09 09:30 PM #2    

Karen Pearson (Karen (Kari) Noble)

Jan was an accomplished RN on the heart unit at Marin General. She fought a courageous battle with Hodkins Disease for 10 years. She was the most stoic person I have ever known. She died when we were 30 years old. I miss her still.

06/18/09 09:17 AM #3    

Kathy Kwock (Decker)

We all grew up around each other, Janet, Katie McCormick, Rich Bowen and I. Rich is right, Janet was a bit shy, but she, Katie and I did some crazy things when we were younger. She was a wonderful person to have as a friend.

08/02/09 05:48 PM #4    

Kim Colvin (Quinn)

Having lunch with Janet in high school and College of Marin was so much fun. Janet could eat all the junk food she wanted and never gain an ounce. Us girls were very jealous of that fact. She was a sweetie too.

03/23/10 05:29 PM #5    

Joanna (Jo) Tobin (1969) (Charleston)

I am Janet Tobin’s sister and I am a guest member of this graduating class. Please check out my profile. Today on the 27th anniversary of her death, I have written information about Jan’s life after high school, when she attend College of Marin and became a nurse at Marin General, and about her death. I’ve included pictures too. Please check it out.

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