OBITUARY

Loretta Sue Gray

September 4, 1945August 20, 2020

Loretta Sue Gray was born on September 4, 1945 in Bloomington, IN and passed away on August 20, 2020 and is under the care of Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home.

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Donna Orms-Hafenbreidel

August 30, 2020

Steven and Kelly I am so sorry about your loss. Loretta was a special person and friend to me. We would go to the Ky Fair and would open it and closed it. Lots of walks to Iroquois Shopping Center just wonder the total of miles we walked. I am so grateful for all of our fond memories and was blessed to know her. When she moved to Bloomington we kept in touch but not as I wished we had. She loved her children and grandchildren. My sister-in-laws funeral is tomorrow. May they Rest In Peace,

Love Donna Hafenbreidel
Louisville, Ky

Doug Skinner

August 25, 2020

I will miss you momma retta you always made my day when I saw your smiling face and when we went to bingo I had the best time watching you play it will not be the same without you love you mom

April Edwards-Skinner

August 25, 2020

Loretta was like another mother to me and my husband Doug and a mamaw to my daughter Kelsey she called her mamaw Retta. She was always fun to hang out with playing bingo, bowling, and all the various things we did with her. She was a very caring women and we loved her very much she will be truly missed by many.

Tricia Rochyby

August 25, 2020

I was honored to be referred to as Lorettas "other" daughter. Not sure if it was because I always taged along with Loretta and Kelly, took her to bingo when everyone was out of town or if it was just because all three of us have short haircuts😉.
She was definitely my mom away from home and will be dearly missed.

Kevin and Leslie Flynn

August 25, 2020

Loretta was like a mom to Kevin and I. She had such a gentle caring heart. She always had a smile on her face and was laughing at something (usually me 😊). She always wanted to help others before helping herself. She will live on in our hearts and will never be forgotten.

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