OBITUARY

Daisy Allman Loebs

24 August, 19388 May, 2020

Daisy Allman Loebs Obituary

Daisy Allman Loebs was born on August 24, 1938 in Concord, NC to Clifford and Marie Bost Allman. She grew up in Concord and then achieved a dream of being the first in her family to attend college. She received her nursing degree from Duke University. Daisy served as a Captain in the United States Air Force and also enjoyed a long career as a Nurse Anesthetist, primarily in Labor and Delivery, for the Greenville Hospital System. Daisy served as the president of the South Carolina Association of Nurse Anesthetists (SCANA).

She and Herb Loebs had one son, Eric Loebs, in 1979 and enjoyed many wonderful times as a family as he was growing up. Daisy loved time at the beach with friends, cheering for Duke Basketball, participating in the Irish Children’s Summer Program, and time in North Carolina with her family. She was a life-long member of Our Savior Lutheran Church where she enjoyed participating in Bible Studies.

Daisy battled Alzheimer’s over a 12-year period and passed away on May 8, 2020. Along with her family, she was cared for by her best friend Patricia Hitner and in her last years by the excellent and compassionate staff at Generations of Irmo and Lutheran Hospice Care. She is predeceased by her parents and siblings Faye Teal, Adam (Gene) Allman, and Donald (Bud) Allman. She is survived by Herb Loebs, her son Eric (Courtney) Loebs, and her four grandsons Brantley, Austin, Parker and Connor Loebs. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Lutheran Hospice 102 Fortress Dr. Chapin, SC 29036.

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Elayne Finkelstein

21 June 2020

I was blessed to deliver Meals on Wheels with Daisy for The Lutheran Church of Our Saviour before her move to the Columbia area. We enjoyed chatting, laughing and delivering smiles and love to people needing a "mental lift" as much as the meals we brought. I remember her fondly as a lovely lady and friend who brightened the lives of many.

I wish Daisy's family peace as they cherish special memories of her well-lived life.

Sincerely,
Elayne Finkelstein


PHILLIP HOOVER

20 May 2020

Daisy we had a great time serving on the SCANA board back in the day. I, like you quit a few years ago and wonder many a day, how we did what we did all those years. We were on the front lines like they are today and didn't think anything of it as it was our job. Thank you for being a CRNA. We will all miss you. My sincerest condolences to the family.

Rest In Peace
Phil Hoover CRNA

Havis McDonald

17 May 2020

Dear cousin Eric, I am so sad to learn of your mothers death. If your boys need their Allman ancestry for school contact me. Love. Havis

Beverly Henderson

17 May 2020

Dear Herb and Eric,

It was our pleasure to have known Daisy. A lovely lady. We remember fondly the memories we shared at Our Saviour Lutheran.

May God’s peace be with your family.

Beverly and Stephen Henderson

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY