Viewing and Visitation
Growing up, I remember my aunt Theresa as the fun and exciting adult in the family. She was always in a great mood. She was boisterous, funny, and never failed to greet me with pinches to the cheeks. She always made me feel like she was glad we were around. Her energy was amazing. Regardless of what was going on in my life as a child, she was always a bastion of love and comfort. I've never known anyone like her and doubt I ever will again. Rest in peace aunt Theresa, and thank you for some of the best memories of my life.
Irene, Connie and Nancy,
You all moved west when we were so young. We didn’t have too much time together. But some memories are indelible. I will always remember how vibrant Aunt Theresa was with an infectious laugh, warm and inviting smile and radiant warmth.
The video is so touching and a loving tribute to the love of Aunt Theresa and Uncle Guido.
To the family, my heartfelt condolences for your loss of your loved one. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to put an end to all the things that have plagued mankind for centuries including pain, suffering and death (Revelation 21:3,4). May these promises from the Bible give you comfort now and real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.
Mrs. LaViola, you brought so much happiness to me especially when I was in high school! You made me laugh when I’d come over to visit Nancy! You could cook the best food!
I loved the friendship you had with my brother Phil Loebe. You made him feel special and I loved the humor and comic timing you naturally had in your interactions with him. You are loved!
Now go with God and live! May the angels sing you to paradise!
All my love,
Jackie Loebe Loret de Mola and husband Henry