Loretta Hennis Roberts ALDREDGE

Tampa, Florida

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My sincere condolences to the family of Loretta . I knew Loretta from our years at Chamberlain High School. From reading some of the entries in this guestbook it seems she grew up to be as nice in her years after high school as she was in high school.

Loretta was a kind, sweet person who always had a smile for everyone. My sympathy to Ray and the family. I feel lucky to have known her.

Loretta was the kindest, sweetest lady I've had the honor to know. May God watch over Ray and the children with gentleness;giving them strength to get through this difficult time.

It was a pleasure to have worked with Lotteta for many years. She was a great boss and considered a great friend. I will always remember her smile and love for family. I will always carry her with me. I will keep her family in my prayers.

Loretta, Mel and I will always remember what a sweetheart you were! I am so glad we got to know you and Ray - you were a very special couple.

My sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Ray and family. I have such fond memories of Loretta with Ray dancing with such grace - gliding across the dance floor. What a wonderful lady. She will be missed.

What a sweet lady. She raised to wonderful daughters who are a testimony to her kind and gentle ways. She brightened our lives with her smile. Rest now sweet angel. Our blessings, love and support to the family.

Wesley c. Shell

Loretta, I will always remember your beautiful smile and your kind words. Heaven has gained another one of God's beautiful angels. Knowing you over the past 18 years has truly been a blessing in my life. I will never forget you nor the wonderful times we shared.

Such a sweet lady and what wonderful daughters she raised. They are a testimony to her good heart and great kindness. We were all so lucky to have known her. Her smile inspired us all.


Loretta's Obituary

ALDREDGE, Loretta Hennis Roberts, born October 27, 1943, a native of Tampa, FL, passed away March 23, 2013. She is survived by a family she loved, husband, Raymond Aldredge; daughters, Kimberly Malinsky, and Kellie LaPlant, and spouses; step-sons, Tripp and Norman Aldredge and spouses; sister,...

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