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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Loretta Brown

April 6, 2021

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Loretta Colleen Brown, 60, of Sharonville Oh passed away on April 6, 2021. Born on February 15, 1961, Cincinnati OH, she was the daughter of Carlos Weaver and Janet Peters. 
She is survived by her fiancé Roger Richardson. One daughter Sarah Scarlett Armetta and her husband Patrick, two sons, Morgan Alexander Brown and his wife Ashley. Dylan Chase Brown, seven grandchildren, Emma, Sophia, Aria, Stella, Atticus, Scarlett, Delilah. 
A graveside service for friends and family will be conducted at 2pm on Saturday April 10, 2021 at Rose Hill cemetery in Hamilton OH 
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to American Cancer Society.
 

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Michelle Howard

April 10, 2021 11:18 AM
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Free as a bird and at Peace from the worries and illness.

Rest easy, Lori. 

Just when we found each other again, you're gone.
We'll have to do our catching up on another plane...
Until next time, Sister. 

Michelle Howard

April 10, 2021 12:31 AM

Lori - I just can't believe it.  Two weeks to the day of our reconnecting after 45 years being apart - and *poof* - you're gone.

I remember you taking me to one of your friend's parties  (I was 7ish?) and learning the electric slide!! (and falling asleep on a stool). 
And you dragging me out of sleep to sneak out & walk the streets with your newest crush! (I think I was sleep-walking!!)

I remember Sam the Siamese, too! (and got in trouble with Jan for 'letting' his claw snag the new dress she'd given me when I picked him up). He was a good kitty. 

You were hard to keep up with, but you were such a cool big-sister for the short while I had you!

Sure wish we could've enjoyed some time together. I think we'd have had fun.  Maybe in the next 'one'.

Rest Easy, Lori 

Karen

April 9, 2021 9:33 PM

Lori, we met in 1971 when u moved across the street from me... we were instant friends and inseparable... even tho you still went to grade school somewhere else we couldn't wait to get home and hang out.. I would sit on the porch roof outside my window and we would yell across the street to each other... not like we had cell phones in 1971... you would dress your cat "Sam" up in doll clothes and push him up the street in a doll stroller...  he didn't care at all. We would go to school early when you finally made to the junior high in 7th grade... we were finally together getting into mischief in the locker rooms b4 anyone was in the building "inoccent boy crushes." Then in 1978 when Sarah was born you would come over and help take care of my little brother Rodney cause I had to work 2nd shift and my mom would travel with Charlie in his semi on long runs..I'll never forget the 1st bar we went to in Oakley "The Gatsby" o what a night... you were only 17 and I was 18 but somehow we got in and wasn't carded... so we could drink our favorite drink Volka Collins... we danced the night away like we owned the place... that was the 1st disco of many... I'll never forget "Dixie Electric Company" so many good times you, me and Nyoka and then Sonya and Tonya joined and the gang grew bigger.. we had our spot on the side of the dance floor 4 or 5 tables pushed in a row...no one got to it before us... "We Are Family" was our theme song... nothing could break that bound... remember all the nights at Dixie we drank and danced then everyone went back to my 1st apartment and pass out and I would get up and make everyone egg bacon sausage gravy and biscuits, It didn't matter how many people were there everyone got fed... it was the cure-all for hang-overs... we might have gone our separate our ways over the years but we always kept in touch...I miss those days.. Don't party too much without us... we will see you again someday... and we'll be singing our song and dancing the night away forever... "We are family, I got all my sisters with me!" Love you forever old friends 51 years and counting.... Nyoka and I will be down here keeping the last of the gang together til we meet again, Love you forever 💔 old friend...

Nyoka (Janie)

April 8, 2021 8:05 PM

Lori you kept my secrets on earth so you better keep them up there. I love you my best friend of 46 yrs.

Lorrie Shadden Gorman

April 8, 2021 12:13 PM

Lori was a very sweet and kind person and I have many wonderful memories of her that I will always treasure

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