To the Editor:
The family of Loretta (Warner) Hoffman would like to thank everyone for the outpouring of love and support during the loss of our mother and grandmother.
We appreciate the cards, flowers, contributions, and kind words during this difficult time. Loretta would be humbled by the contributions made in her name.
A special thank your to the staff of Brookdale Troy — Sterling House and Clare Bridge — who gave Loretta special care and love for the past seven years. We appreciate Ada and Heather from Stocker-Fraley Funeral Home, Covington, who gave exceptional attention to every detail of our mother’s funeral. The family is thankful for the support from Center Friends Church, and Pastor Duane Cox.
“There is one thing Alzheimer’s cannot take away, and that is love. Love is not a memory — it’s a feeling that resides in your heart and soul.”
Loretta is gone from our daily lives, but her legacy lives on through her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
— Neal and Geneva Hoffman, Laura
Martin and Teresa Hoffman, Round Rock, Texas
Rick and Annette Loughman, West Milton
Matt and Carrie Welbaum, West Milton