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Ended Dec 5, 2014
In 2008 my mother started her rough battle against cancer she still held her head up high and was full of joy and laughter everyday no matter how bad her day was she always found something to be happy or thankful for, cheering up everyone she ... More ...

In 2008 my mother started her rough battle against cancer she still held her head up high and was full of joy and laughter everyday no matter how bad her day was she always found something to be happy or thankful for, cheering up everyone she talked too. After almost 7 years of fighting for her life to have one more day to spend with her family and friends on November 12, 2014 at 5:30am she left this world to go to heaven. She will be dearly missed by everyone she knew, including her family that she leaves behind. Loretta is survived by her husband Patrick and her two children, son Christopher 20, and her disabled daughter Shelby 16 who can't walk or talk and needs 24/7 care. She had hoped that instead of people sending flowers that she could collect donations for her family. Even after nearly 14 years with Walmart they decided to drop her life insurance and medical. The day before her 40th birthday they canceled her so she tried to start this fundraiser on her own just a few weeks ago knowing that. Her disease progressed too fast for her to finish this so I Patrick her beloved husband and her loving son Christopher are finishing this for her. My mother was never one to ask for help but she knew we would need it since my father can't work and has to care for their beautiful daughter so please share our story and help us. As my mother would say every penny can make a difference.

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