Lakeshore Mortuary

1815 South Dobson Road, Mesa, AZ


Lorri Kay Babcock

October 4, 1956December 24, 2019

On 12-24-19, We lost our beloved daughter, sister, and friend, Lorri Kay Babcock. She passed away unexpectedly at her home in Phoenix, Az.

In 1956, Lorri was born at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix, Az, a mere 56 minutes after her twin brother. Lorri’s siblings were an older sister, and two brothers. Her family moved to Yuma, Az where she attended 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. They moved back into the Phoenix area where she graduated from Monte Vista Elementary School and Camelback High School. She took some college classes from NAU and Az Bible College. She worked in the accounting department for several businesses during her career.

Lorri knew and served the Lord Jesus Christ. She considered her relationship with the Lord Jesus as the most important thing and wished that for others as well. She attended many Christian churches in her life, but most recent was Palmcroft Baptist Church.

Lorri never married or had children. Lorri had dogs (mostly rescued) and considered them “her girls” and her family.

Lorri’s hobbies were photography, crocheting (when there was a purpose or as a gift), quilting, and plants. She once said, the cool thing about plants is, they just do what they were created to do, Grow.

Lorri is preceded in death by her grandparents. Lorri is survived by her parents, sister, 2 brothers, niece and nephews, and grand nieces/nephews.

Lorri is gone from this place, but is very much alive in Christ Jesus. She lives with Him even now in a place that the Bible says is too great for us to even imagine. Lorri’s best Christmas Ever!!!


Lorri Kay Babcock

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Jacqueline Shepard

January 1, 2020

My prayers to Lorri's family that you may find comfort in the happy memories and times shared with Lorri. I cannot think of a more fitting way to honor Lorri and her love of animals than to make a donation in her memory to the angels at Arizona Humane Society who care for & love all animals as Lorri loved her own. God bless! Jacqueline Shepard