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Geib, Margaret Mary, born Margaret Mary Gibbons on March 13, 1941 in Cleveland, Ohio, died at her home in Newport Beach on October 31, 1996 surrounded, lovingly, by her family and friends. "Maggie's" immediate family include her husband, Dick; two sons, Richard and Tom; a daughter, Katie; two brothers, Austin and Tim; and a sister, Kitty. Family and friends will greatly miss Maggie's love, laughter and counsel.

    A graduate of Holy Names High School and Holy Names College in Oakland (with time out for six months as a postulant at the Immaculate Heart Novitiate in Montecito), Maggie earned a California teaching credential and taught in the Oakland schools prior to her marriage in 1965. After raising her children, Maggie earned a doctorate in hypnotherapy and pursued this interest clinically and academically for a number of years. She also became intensely involved with "Continuum," a practice devoted to conscious awareness and spirituality.

    Maggie's numerous community activities included several years of work as an officer and board member of "Parents Who Care," an organization formed to combat high school drug use. Maggie took particular satisfaction in the activities of this group during the year she served as chairperson.

    Maggie was a gifted athlete. She won volleyball and tennis awards as a young woman; later in life, she took home trophies for her age group awarded in community 10km road races.

    During the last years of her life, Maggie traveled extensively. She and selected friends visited India (twice), Bali, Borneo, and Egypt; she visited Ireland, France, Austria and Mexico with her husband. These travels say much about the person she had become: energetic and endlessly curious, spiritually questing, eclectic in her interests, and sensitive to the interests and needs of people everywhere.

    A Vigil will be held in Maggie's honor at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 3 at Our Lady Queen of Angels Church, 2046 Mar Vista Drive, Newport Beach, followed by a Funeral Mass at this same location at 11 a.m. on Monday, November 4. There will be a reception at the Geib home immediately following the funeral. Maggie's remains will be buried at Pacific View Memorial Park in Newport Beach. The family asks that donations be made in lieu of flowers and be sent to Hoag Hospital Foundation Cancer Center, POP Box 6100, Newport Beach, CA, 92658. 

 

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Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

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