May GOD Bless in Loving Memory of;
Loretta Elizabeth Maestas- Whittaker: 65 of Henderson,NV. Born January 17,1955. Loretta, 65 passed away October 25, 2020. Loretta is one of the most beautiful women to have graced this world.A loving compassionate soul. A selfless champion of all Blessedness. Loretta is survived by her loving children: Matthew,Adrian,and Raphael Manuel(Deceased). grandchildren: Alexander, Olivia and Nathan. Her wonderful family: Mother Rita Maestas, Father: Manuel Maestas(Deceased) Sister: Anna, Brothers: Michael, Donald, Kenneth, Larry(Deceased), Ronald(Deceased),and Ernest. Her nieces: Sherrie, Christina, Nina(Deceased),Kelly, Summer,and their children.As well as her nephews: Joseph,Terry, Michael-Paul, Craig,
and their children.
Loretta truly will be remembered, for She is truly loved. Her Memory and Soul live on. Loretta is with GOD now. She will be in the Hearts of Her Family and Friends Forever.
May GOD Bless Loretta Endlessly,and Without Bounds.
With Love and The Inheritance of Heaven. LORETTA, GLORIOUSLY AN ANGEL AND SHALL BE REMEMBERED AS ONE ALWAY.
LORETTA ELIZABETH MAESTAS- Whittaker (January 17,1955- October 25,2020)
My little sister those are the words that you always told me. Every time that I see an angel, I think about you and now you are one of God’s angel. We miss you sister the lady with the big heart.
She was a wonderful woman, a caring nurse, and an amazing Mother. I will always remember her gracious smile and warm hugs. She will not be forgotten.
My sister Loretta was the most loving and caring angel in our lives. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Loretta made our world a much better place.
I love her eternally and I am grateful for many happy memories.
She was an inspiration to me , she made everything wrong right . I’m very blessed that she was my mother ❤️ A beautiful woman with a heart of gold .
I remember seeing aunt Loretta at our Drs appointment a few months b4 she passed. I kissed her forehead and told her I loved her. Always grateful for the Angel and Aunt she was and is to me. She helped me during my struggle with cancer as well. A loving giving caring woman always gave most love she loved the way she wanted to be loved. God bless you Auntie Loretta
You hung in there for a very long time. You are in God’s arms now and suffering no more. For that I feel a relief for you that your pain is gone. We all know you are where you’re suppose to be, in heaven and in peace.
Loretta always made me feel welcome when I was around her. We would chit chat about this and that; sometimes chuckle about life in general.
The world needs more people like her.
Loretta, Rest in Peace! I have some good memories as sister-in-laws and as co-workers at JHC.. you were one creative lady in all the crafts we taught.. one particular memory stands out.. Thanksgiving at the Lemley house and it snowed.. the kids were ecstatic.. another one is New Years at the Lemley house at Kim’s casino.. better times.. you are missed. 💜💜
Rest In Peace, Loretta.. up there celebrating with your family..say hi to Kim.