Lorraine Helen Zamora

March 21, 1946May 21, 2020

Lorraine Helen Zamora

March 21, 1946 - May 21, 2020

Lorraine was married to John Charles Zamora. They were married for 56 years. Lorraine is survived by her husband John, her three children John, DeAnn, and Jennifer, and her seven grandchildren John, Victor, Esjay, Dalton, Noel, Cade, and Jaden. Lorraine will be missed by her loving family, friends, and also by those whose lives were made better from knowing such a kind, loving, funny, generous, and inspiring woman. She will forever be in our hearts.


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Renee LaFore

June 3, 2020

One of my fondest memories is when I was young and every Saturday morning during cartoons, my mom and Aunt Len would talk on the phone for what seemed like hours (my mom assures me they did not talk for "hours"). I remember hearing my mom laugh constantly while they talked, and I always wondered what could they be talking about. Aunt Len had such a great sense of humor. She was kind, gentle and caring. There is no doubt as to the great love and devotion she had for her family. I know she is in heaven with Aunt Alice and with all of our dear loved ones. I love you Aunt Len and miss you so very much.

gail clark

June 2, 2020

Praying for Uncle John, her children and all of Aunt Len'sย  family. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโœ๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐ŸปJust a couple years older then my sister Shirley, please give her a hug.
Always remember God called her home on the Feast of the Ascension! Her marathon on this earth is finally over, yet just beginning with the Lord in paradise!๐Ÿ’• ย 

Marina Medina

June 2, 2020

I remember one time I was fortunate to stay with Aunt Len and Uncle John . My parents went out of town. I was young because she took us to see Lady and the Tramp. It was a memory I will always cherish forever. I love you Aunt Len please give everyone a hug from me. Especially my Handsome Devil!

corinne denham

June 2, 2020

my aunt was only 3 yrs older then me but i adored her like an older sister. especially when she would take me on the bus to 16th st in denver to see a movie at the Paramont theater and then to woolworth's for pizza. she let me follow her around like a pesky little sister. To her family.... the hole she leaves in your life can never be filled. but i know her family was everything to her ( she told me all the time) she lived she loved she laughed she cried and it was all for her family and she gave you wings.


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