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Amy Louise Mignogna

1970 - 2020


Amy Louise Mignogna (Lubker) 50, of Columbus, Ohio, passed away on Monday, December 28, 2020 after fighting breast cancer for almost two and a half years. Amy was predeceased by her parents, Harold and Martha. She is survived by her daughter Kelly and her brother Marc.

Amy was born on May 22, 1970 in St. Ignace, Michigan. She graduated from Otterbein College with a B.A. in Political Science. She went on to get her MPA from The Ohio State University’s John Glenn School of...

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Tim Schaffer, Ohio Society of Professional Engineers

January 14, 2021 1:42 PM

We will all miss Amy's dedication to a better world through her work.  When I considered getting more active in the Ohio Society of Association Executives many years ago, I looked to Amy as a mentor and leader who demonstrated why it's important to care about our profession's future and Ohio's future.  I listened to her, observed her, sought her advice  and admired her contributions to her work, OSAE and greater society.  She is a big part of the reason I got involved.  She will be missed greatly.  Rest easy, Amy!

Victoria Gresh

January 14, 2021 10:57 AM

Amy and I served on the OSAE Board of Directors together and connected immediately. Her quick wit, sharp mind and passion for the association community will be deeply missed. I will treasure our friendship and the time I was so very fortunate to spend with her the past few years. Rest in heaven, sweet friend. 

Ashley Merino

January 13, 2021 10:41 PM

Amy was truly one of a kind. I first met Amy's daughter, Kelly, in high school. We soon became best friends, with Amy not only welcoming me but embracing me like family. We bonded over our love for politics, Seinfeld, and John Candy movies.  I felt lucky to be a third-party to Kelly and Amy's exchanges of inside jokes, witty banter, and movie quotes. 

My first professional experience was interning for Amy at the Ohio Society of CPAs.  She knew that I wanted to go to law school, so she introduced me to the world state & local politics.  It was then that Amy became my role model. She was my example of what a professional, successful, and independent woman looked like. Her confidence, intelligence, and wit were unmatched.  Whether it was the doorman or an elected official, Amy had the rare ability to connect with people while always staying genuine and true to herself.  She continued to provide me with professional and personal advice throughout my academic and legal career.. Above all else, Amy accepted me just the way I am. I'm truly a better person for having known her. 

Kelly takes after her mom in so many amazing ways. She has her mom's confidence, intelligence, people skills, and unrivaled humor. I've never seen a mother-daughter bond quite like Kelly and Amy's.. I know that out of all her accomplishments, Amy's proudest achievement was being Kelly's mom.  

Glenda Wilsey Lembicz

January 12, 2021 2:15 PM

I only got to know Amy during one semester of college but as with all Sigma Sisters when our path's crossed one time professionally, it was like we talked every day. She had the wonderful ability to include everyone around her. 💜💜💜

Denise Kontras

January 11, 2021 9:34 PM

Amy was one of the smartest people I knew and very generous with her time as a great mentor to many, including my daughter Ashley. Her fun-loving spirit and quick wit will live on in our hearts forever. May the beautiful memories of your beloved mom and sister sustain you during this difficult time. With love and deep sadness, Denise Kontras

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