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Condolences for Loretta M. Servais

I just learned of Loretta’s death. She was a classy lady and always so friendly. I appreciated the support of Jerome and Loretta and valued their friendship. My sympathy in your loss.
From Brian Rude

Hello Jane and dear family, In a few seconds the ceremony for Loretta will begin. I remember her as a generous, elegant person, who loved to work as a waitress so long as she could. She was a steady support for her husband Jerome. Together they made big accomplishments, the biggest being their five children, leading to a large family with 11 grand-children. She must have been proud and happy with. I sometimes think that Jerome would have also made a big career in Luxembourg as a dairyfarmer, because the European Union and the Luxembourg Government always give a strong support to the farmers. Loretta has got a nice age. And, being released from any sickness, she may achieve a gathering with Jerome in an eternal peaceful world. I shall keep her in a living memory. Be strong and stay friendly to each other, in remembrance of the good principles taught by your parents! Kind regards, Emmanuel with Li, Philippe and Daisy
From Emmanuel with Li, Philippe and Daisy

We are so sorry for your loss. Your are all in our thoughts and prayers.
From Bill and Peggy Arentz

I am so sad to say goodbye to this lovely lady! My prayers are for your whole family in this time of great loss. Loretta was a caring, hardworking, beautiful spirit that touched so many lives. I will always remember her kindness and pleasant conversations over many years. Hugs to you all!
From Connie Breier

My sympathy to the family of Loretta Servais. I remember her when Jerome was working at Villa St. Joseph and I was working at the Villa. I also met her at the hospital before she died. Sister Therese Wolf
From Sr. Therese Wolf

Sorry for your loss. I have many good childhood memories growing up as a neighbor. Your mom was a great individual and was a great mom. Let her go, but don't forget her.
From MIchael Hammes

Our deepest condolences to the Servais family for the loss of your mom. Loretta was always a classy lady. She was always so nice and so kind. There is no doubt God will reward her for a life well lived. God bless you all.
From Scott & Laurie Perry