Dolores Loomis November 20,1941 – August 24, 2022
Services for Dolores will take place all in one day. Visitation 10:00 AM Wednesday September 7th at St. Jude Catholic Church, 241 West 2nd Avenue New Lenox Illinois 60451. Mass of Christian Burial immediately following the visitation and beginning promptly at 11:00 AM. Dolores will be laid to rest alongside her beloved James at Queen of Heaven Cemetery of Hillside Illinois.
For those of you who will not be able to attend the funeral mass. The Loomis family have made a live stream available for your viewing. Please use the link provided just prior to the 11:00 AM Funeral Services
Dolores M. Loomis, 80, of New Lenox, Illinois passed from our hands into God’s loving arms on August 24, 2022. Our family takes comfort in knowing that she will now be free from the pain and suffering she faced these last few years. Dedicated wife to her late husband James M Loomis, cherished mother to Kellyann Duvall, Colleen L. Staniszewski and Kathleen Loomis, beloved mother-in-law to James P. Duvall and Joseph Staniszewski, a very special grandmother to James C. Duvall, Delaney R. Duvall, Jessalyn M. Staniszewski, Nicholas J. Staniszewski and Matthew A. Staniszewski.
Before marrying, Dolores was a beautician but being a devoted wife and mother was her career of choice. Dolores was a wonderful and loving mother who gave her all to her family. Anyone that knew her knew they could count on her. Dolores was a social person who loved to dance and was always a lot of fun to be around. A witty comment or joke was enjoyed by anyone that spent time with her. She was a very creative person who took great joy in making Christmas crafts for her friends and family. We will never have a Christmas that doesn’t show her love for the season in every ornament we place that was made, purchased or inspired by her. In her later years she spent many hours ordering supplies and making jewelry. If she loved you, you have a piece of her. Her greatest accomplishment though was her grandchildren and her time with them. She loved a good game of UNO or pick up sticks. Always there to offer advice or just listen. Our hearts are broken, and we will never be able to fill the space left behind by her, but we take comfort in knowing that she has been reunited with her beloved husband and her mother. She leaves behind a legacy of love for her family and friends to cherish. She will be missed but will live forever in our memories as a great mom and an even better grandmother. All arrangements entrusted to Orrico Kourelis Funeral Services Inc. for information please call 815/260-0668 or www.orricofuneral.com