OBITUARY

Loretta M. Felix

December 15, 1928April 23, 2018
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Loretta M. Felix was born on December 15, 1928 and passed away on April 23, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, April 25, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, April 26, 2018
REMEMBERING

Loretta M. Felix

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Irene Gill

June 30, 2018

Loretta, I've thought of you many times since our years at Harris Corp. Especially your kind smile.

Virginia Slowik

April 25, 2018

Loretta was a special person to me. I first became a friend when Gloria Nugent would walk with me and we would stop and see Loretta and the lady who lived accross the street. We talked before the new house was built and we discussed the memories in the old house.

From there we would talk whenever we saw each other. I would sometimes move the pails up from the street as some folks drive through at a fast pace and I worried the pails might get damaged.
I would stop and wave at her window if she was not outside and if she saw me, she would wave back. She always had a kind word for me, as I did for her and she genuinely appreciated me, as I did her. I was worried when I had not seen her and another mutual friend advised she was in the hospital.
Basil and I loved to visit with you and Basil keeps trying to go up the driveway.

Eddie and Jeanne were blessed to have you as a mom and I can say I was blessed to have you as a friend. God bless and keep you and your family. I hope you keep an eye out over all of your family and friends. Loretta..you are a gem.
L = Loving
O = one of a kind
R = realistic
E = enjoy
T = Teriffic
T = Thoughtful
A = Always in our ♥️

We will think of you everyday when we pass your window and smile at the sky to say hello to you in Heaven!

Duke Gary Groudine

April 25, 2018

So sorry about Loretta's passing from her life on Earth to her new life in Heaven. I was blessed to have Loretta as a neighbor and as a friend. Loretta would always call to see how I was feeling when I was battling illness. She was worried about me when she didn't see my car in the driveway and thought I should be home. She was caring,bright,quick witted and had a heart of gold. We shared many phone calls with each other and our friendship grew strong. It was always a pleasure to talk about the news of the day or wish each other Happy holidays. I now have a huge void in my life as there will never be another Loretta in my life. RIP my sweet neighbor and friend. Heaven is a much better place now that you arrived. Yes you are gone but your memories will live on in all those that you touched. You made this world a much better place and that's the one of the greatest attributes a person can have.

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