Ina G. Schlobohm
1930 ∼ 2020
Dede Hadelman of Mashpee,MA 02649 wrote:
With all of her fun quirks, Ina was enjoyable to play golf with and she loved the sport. Her volunteer work for the town was most appreciated. My husband and I express our sympathy to her family. I will miss her
Ginnie Damiani of Mashpee wrote:
I played golf with Ina quite a few times she was a hearty soul even after 2nd hip surgery she’d be out there plugging away . God rest her soul
Nadine Neil & Jeffery Davis of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Our condolences goes out to Ina's family. Ina was a great friend to us. Her support, kindness and friendship meant the world to us. Her frank and witty conversations will be forever missed. She was always such a voice of reason. Rest in Peace Ina, you will never be forgotten.
Margo Calano of Guilford, CT wrote:
Ina Schlobohm was a lovely woman - both in personality and in her youthful appearance. I got to know her well through my friendship with Pam during our wonderful years growing up on the Cape. I remember her biking around on Cape Cod when I was a teenager and thinking how young and beautiful she looked. Later Ina and I reconnected when we were both working at Citibank. I marveled that after being home to raise a family for years she was able to enter the competitive corporate world in middle age. That was rare. Rest in peace, Ina. My warm condolences to Pam and Starr. You were fortunate to have your mom all those years.
Amanda G. Oliva of Riverside CT wrote:
Ina and I were golf friends and enjoyed the NY Philharmonic and the NYC Ballet. We communicated at birthdays and Christmas. I will miss her notes and photos of she, Starr Jr., and Bonnie Lass. Never had the pleasure of meeting you Pam. I am sorry for your loss. May you rest in peace dear Ina. Amanda
Connie Adamski of Southbury, CT wrote:
I am so sad after learning of my good friend, Ina's passing. I met Ina in my 20's (I am now in my 60's) throwgh the Greenwich Tennis Club. We became friends quickly, playing tennis every weekend, and skiing together. I grieve her loss but I am so happy that I knew her. She was an amazing lady, always upbeat and optimistic, energetic, and had such a wonderful outlook on life. She loved her children and spoke of them often. Heaven has gained an angel and if there's not a golf course and tennis courts there already, I'm sure Ina will take charge and have them added soon! Rest in peace my friend.