Loretta L. Bolsinger

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04/02/1974 (dash) 11/17/2020

Loretta will be remembered for the person she truly was because she was simply remarkable. The (dash) above is especially important because Loretta lived that DASH between the dates. Loretta left an impression on all who knew her, and those she just met. She was born to the proud parents of Stan “Whitey” and Ruth (Boge) Bolsinger. Loretta was an independent go-getter from the start. She was well-known and loved in the area. With her quick smile she made friends easily and was always willing to help others. She often tackled several jobs at a time, giving many people the opportunity to enjoy her laughter, quick wit, positive attitude, and dedicated work ethics. Her love for travel took her around the world and to 48 states, often with her children, family, and friends. She was able to make one last visit to the beach in South Carolina. Many have heard her say, “The beach is my happy place!” The sun warmed her soul and the ocean waves washed away any worries. 

She will be greatly missed by her children whom she loved fiercely, Kayla (Jason) Kyle from Arizona and Brandon (Hunter) Kyle from New Vienna; granddaughter, Peighton; mother, Ruth Bolsinger, and seven sisters, Lona (Rick) LeGrand, Tina (Heath) Stuckey, Lisa Bolsinger, Lana (Reverend Charles) Underwood, Lorna (Lynn) Moser, Lynda (Jim) Akers, Laura (Lori) Jordan. She spoiled her nieces and nephews too.

She was preceded in death by her father; paternal grandmother, and her maternal grandparents.

The family would like to express a special and sincere thanks to GMHC and UIHC for the kind-hearted care she received during her many stays. Thank you to St. Croix Hospice for caring for her too. Loretta did not want a funeral service, being the girl that lived that dash her way, wide open, full of life, in the now, on the go, kick butt, no regrets. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Condolences may be sent to Kayla Kyle at 1713 E. Chanute Pass, Phoenix, AZ 85040.

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