13 Guestbook Entries for Loretta A. Voichoskie's Obituary
Posted by: jan ryba from Duncan, ne.
Patti & Richie so sorry of the loss of Loretta she was a very special lady and I enjoyed knowing her she really was a miraculous person and will be missed dearly just to comfort you she loved you both very very much and dont know what she would of done w/o either of you!
12/26/2010 3:56:25 PM
Posted by: Mary Steinberger from David City, NE
Patti, Rich and the rest of Loretta's family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Thank you for letting us take care of her the past few years. She certainly enjoyed her family, her reading and was accepting of her lot in life. God Bless!
12/26/2010 5:06:28 PM
Posted by: Shelley from columbus, ne
To Lorettas family, we are so sorry for your loss Mike and Jenny,your mother was a wonderful lady and she will be truley missed. May god be with you all at this difficult time. The Lovell Family.
12/26/2010 6:17:18 PM
Posted by: ERNEST POLAK from ULYSSES, NEBRASKA
RAY, KATHY AND FAMILY,
I WISH TO EXTEND MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY FOR THE
LOSS OF YOUR MOTHER
12/27/2010 7:48:06 AM
Posted by: David and Diane Walkowiak from Columbus, NE
Ray, Kathy & Family
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories carry you through at this time of loss.

Love Dave, Diane, Renee & Rachelle Walkowiak
12/27/2010 10:05:52 AM
Posted by: Jerrea from Voichoskie, Ne
I would just like to say how proud I am to be Loretta's grandaughter,she is the strongest,most beautiful lady I know or will ever have known. I will never forget her; her smile(grin), her honest eyes,the quiet way she always knew what you were feeling, as children, we can't comprehend or fully realize the meaning of a grandmother's love. How wise she is, how much patience she has, or how much guidance she gives us by her example and by her helpful caring ways. Years go by before we know and understand the depth of her concern and the love in her protectiveness. But as we mature we do finally understand and we can look back and see through older eyes and wiser hearts her unconditional love, devotion, and family loyalty. It's these and many other things that make us realize how lucky we have been and how lucky we are to have this amazing woman - our grandmother - as the centered root of strength and love in our life. I LOVE YOU gramma and will always think of you.
12/27/2010 1:29:01 PM
Posted by: Anna Marie Szatko from Columbus, Ne
Jennie and family: My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. May God be with you all at this time.
12/28/2010 4:13:03 AM
Posted by: Kent and Karen Frerichs from Columbus, Ne
Jennie and family: Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother. May your memories of her comfort you at this time of the year.
12/28/2010 8:17:32 AM
Posted by: Doug and Mary Augustine from Fayetteville, AR
Our thoughts and prayers are with your families. Mary has so many memories of the time she spent with Loretta and her family.
12/28/2010 10:11:18 AM
Posted by: Heather from Columbus, NE
Jennie & family,
So sorry for your loss. Just always remember all the smiles and laughs you had with your mother/grandmother and know she will always be watching over you.
12/28/2010 7:18:39 PM
Posted by: Phil and Chrissy Murray from Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Jennie & Joe Our Thoughts and Prayers are with You and your Family
12/28/2010 9:40:42 PM
Posted by: Judy Lloyd from Columbus, NE.
She was a lady and a fighter. Told you will never have a child,she had seven to fill her life. So many times at deaths door she would rally back for more.But now shes in Gods memory and will rally once again.Her loved ones left to morn her so do not weep Jerrea but rally forth and fight.No matter how much you loved her grandms love you more.
12/29/2010 10:53:47 AM
Posted by: Virginia Nin Jen Flash from Columbus, Nebr
I would like to say I'm proud to be Loretta's daughter. She taught me to be strong and to work hard for your family. She taught me to cook, to be kind, and how to be caring. She was protective of her family and always wanted the best for us. She always took good care of us without ever telling us how sick she really was. I remember my Dadddy telling all of us children, "Your mom is really sick and if anything ever happens to me you need to take care of her." He died in 1983. I really did not know the depth of his words until a Dr. sat our whole family down and told us she was born with Spinal Bifida and should not have ever walked or had any children. She was 74 years old then. That is when I realized she was the best mother anyone could ask for. I will honor her the rest of my life. She will be legendary in my heart forever. Nin
12/30/2010 10:08:08 AM

 


 

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