Our loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend, Loretta Louise Vanderhoff Trevino, passed away suddenly on May 3, 2021 at the Lakeview Hospital. Loretta was born on August 12, 1956 to Melvin Henry Vanderhoff and Lottie Lucille Rash in Shelby Michigan.
She had a bubbly personality and a warm smile. She touched the lives of those who truly knew her. Loretta was a firm but loving grandma when her grandchildren got out of line, Her husband was her best friend and she supported him trough his college years, while he was in the Navy, and during his three career changes.
She loved making her children clothes when they were young, baking cookies, watching movies, and spending time with her children and grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers please donate to the Restless Leg Syndrome Organization.
Loretta was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Mark; and grandmother Mary Rash. She is survived by her husband, Joel Trevino; children, Alexander, Marie, Benjamin, Rebecca and Jacob; 13 grandchildren.
Private Memorial services will be on Saturday, May 8, 2021 at Gillies Funeral Chapel at 2:00pm by invitation only.
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To Loretta’s Family,
My sympathies to you at the loss of your wife, mom and grandma! Loretta was a welcoming friend and neighbor of mine in junior high and high school. She was one of my first friends at school, as I was new in the area. We always had fun spending time together. I remember seeing the many farm animals at her house and the goats would follow us around in her yard. Loretta was a positive person and had a great sense of humor. She was a good friend!
I’m so sorry for your loss,
Joel and family, I am so sorry for your losing your wife and mother. Peace love and faith in the the Lord, through this time.
She was like a best friend instead of cousin s we grew up, so sorry we didn't keep in touch better as we got older.
To Kenneth and Joel, We are sorry for your loss.Sweet Tenderness was purchased for the family of Loretta Louise Trevino by Tribute Store.
My dear sweet Sister Loretta, you and I had a bond of sisters. I will always cherish our times together. Words can’t even begin to express the sadness I have in my heart at this time. I will miss the time we had together. I Love you dearly and I know that you and Mark are watching over us together. Rest peacefully sis.
With love and prayers.Beautiful in Blue was purchased for the family of Loretta Louise Trevino by Julie & Larry Wayment and Family.
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember living up the street from you guys in the 11th ward and later in life enjoyed coming back to the 11th ward with my husband and girls. Our thoughts and prayers to Brother Trevino and your kids.
Ron and Heather Beth
Condolences from TramcorPeaceful White Lilies Basket was purchased for the family of Loretta Louise Trevino by Tribute Store.