Lillian was born in Brooklyn, NY as one of 5 siblings. She was the oldest daughter and was very close to her siblings throughout her life. She moved to Long Island with her own family where she lived until 1978, then moving to CA.
Lillian’s first marriage ended abruptly when her husband died while she was pregnant with her second daughter, Diana. She was able to marry again, having two more children, now with 3 girls and one boy. She is survived by her husband, Joseph, her daughters Jean Marie, Diana and Tricia and son, Kenneth. Lillian adored her 6 grandchildren, 4 boys and two girls. (Josef, Turner, Kenny, Nicolette, McKenzie and Grady)
She enjoyed being involved with the neighborhood bbqs, taking craft classes and being busy with family and friends. She was always on the sidelines at games, plays and spent many hours at her grandchildren’s events from sports to talent shows and award ceremonies. She enjoyed traveling, singing, dancing and most of all being with her family. Lillian loved live concerts and singing along to old Frank Sinatra songs. Lillian made everyone feel like they were her favorite and most special person on the planet.