Loretta Anne BIGNESS

September 21, 1960January 27, 2021

Loretta Anne BIGNESS was born on September 21, 1960 in Port Jefferson, NY and passed away on January 27, 2021 and is under the care of Melcher Mortuary Mission Chapel & Crematory.

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Loretta Anne BIGNESS

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Christine and Raul Calvo

February 24, 2021

As my sister-in-law, Loretta was very welcoming when I first met her. Since then, she has come to visit us in Long Island and Pennsylvania. Her nieces are crazy about her! Always playful and joyful. Now we have to wait until we meet again for all eternity in heaven. In the meantime, we have an angel in heaven who prays for us!

John Deyle

February 24, 2021

I first met Loretta when I was working in GFE stores.
She knew where I kept the mini York peppermint patties. She would grab a couple sit down and ask me how my day was going. Always a thoughtful co-worker, putting others before herself, the world has truly lost one of the brightest stars that I had the pleasure of knowing. You will be missed by those who loved you.

Natalie Merry

February 4, 2021

Loretta was my friend and coworker at Boeing. She was a sort of adopted family to me. She invited me and my kids for Thanksgiving with her family so I wouldn't be alone. She made lap blankets for me and the kids and always had a hug for me or the best kind words!!! I am sorry for your loss!
May my Air Force sister rest in piece.

DeAnna Bowsher

February 3, 2021

Oh no I'm so sorry! Loretta you will be missed!! Thank you for always being willing and able to help anyone out!! Hugs and prayers for the family and friends!!

Javier Moreno

February 2, 2021

I'm sorry to hear about the passing of Loretta. She was one of my favorite co-workers at Boeing. She had her own style for sure. She will be missed.

Sydnee Juneac

February 1, 2021

Such a fun person to work with! We rocked turn ins in the hangar like bosses along with Bill D’Onofrio!
You left a beautiful mark in such a short time on this earth with us.
My deepest condolences and sympathy to her family and close friends.
Godspeed Girl.

Gretchen Young

February 1, 2021

A bright light has left this world. Loretta was the nicest person, always positive, warm and caring. I so enjoyed her company and our afternoon talks. You are missed my friend.

Michelle Smith

January 31, 2021

The most selfless, caring and cherished friend and co-worker. I will keep all of our memories from your very first interview over the phone, to the bags of chocolates, driving forklifts, meetings at Chili’s, baby blankets and hanging out, close to my heart! were one in a million! God bless you and your family! I love and miss you Bigness!! Xoxox Michelle

Brent Barber

January 30, 2021

Met Loretta at Williams AFB. What a great person! So sorry for your loss Ron! Please know you and all family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.

Patsytrent57 Trent

January 30, 2021

She was my first and best friend at Williams AFB
I had the honor of being her maid of honor at her & Ron's wedding
I will never forget her and the memories we have.
My heart is broken she was my hero and the best person I ever l knew