Ola Jean (Jeannie) McGinley was born August 30, 1970 to Travis E and Pamela K Strahan in Longview Wa. Jeannie passed away on November 23, 2021. Jeannie is preceded in death by both her parents in 2004 and her maternal and paternal grandparents. Jeannie is survived by her husband James C McGinley whom she met in 1986 and later married in 1993. She is also survived by her daughter Keira E McGinley, in-laws James and Carol McGinley, her sister Kathy Gloor (Darrin) brother Dan(Treva) Strahan, sister Sandra (Ron) Vigil, sister-in-law Carrie (Dal)Johnson, her nephews Skyler Gloor, Kyle (Hannah) Gloor Zac Gloor, her nieces Kaylee Strahan, Alexa Strahan, Kiana Strahan, Rachel (Braden) Box, Shanalyn (Trent) Seely, Kaitlyn Hibberd, Callie Johnson and many aunts uncles cousins and great nephews and nieces. Jeannie graduated from Rainier High School in 1988 Then she attended Trend Community College where she studied business. After completing her studies there Jeannie went to work in Rainier Oregon for The Community Action Team as an office support specialist where she became an invaluable employee and great coworker for more than 30 years. Jeannie and Jim made their home in Longview Washington. More than just husband and wife Jeannie and Jim were best friends and spent there early years surrounded with many friends and family enjoying activities and friendships made through their membership in the car club they belong to, The Gearlords. They later switched gears after their daughter Keira came along and before they knew it they were racing between games and practices and everything in between where they continued to make more wonderful friends and memories. Jeannie had a great passion for genealogy. She also enjoyed going to the coast and spending time at the beach. She was also an avid reader, enjoyed playing games and solving puzzles. Anything to challenge her competitiveness. Jeannie also enjoyed crafts movies and anything related to comedy. Jeannie had a sharp mind, kind heart, infectious laugh and a witty sense of humor. Jeannie will truly be missed.