Born: May 30, 1938 Died: July 15, 2019
Irma leaves behind her husband of 61 years of marriage, Joe Loredo. Irma also leaves behind seven children, Michael (Alma), Christine Ybarra (Jesse), Joseph (Cheryl), Rosemary (preceded in death), Nathaniel, Christopher (Edda) and Vicente Loredo.
Irma also leaves behind sixteen grand-children and sixteen great-grandchildren.
She was loved and cherished by her family and friends. Irma was always smiling and laughing. She loved her friends in Rocky Point, Dewey, Pecan Trailer Court and Phoenix Manor.
Irma was a homemaker, Foster Parent in the 60’s, worked for Motorola in the 60’s and 70’s. Eventually she found her passion as a Licensed Day Care Provider, after giving birth to her last child.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Wednesday, July 24th at 11:00 a.m. at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home 4800 East Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ. Contact Phone (602) 840-5600.
Flowers or a donation in the name of Irma M. Loredo to Ryan House Hospice of the Valley at www.ryanhouse.org are welcomed.
We would like to thank the various Doctors at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Wellsprings Skilled Nursing Facility Staff, especially Nurses, CNA’s and Food Service, also Dr. Sonal Haerter MD, Jeannie Parrish NP, and Edith, Medical Assistant.
We cannot forget the wonderful staff at Ryan House Hospice of the Valley, they were so wonderful with Mom and with our family and friends. We have been very blessed during this very sad time in our lives.
Joe and family,
May you be surrounded by peace, light and love at this difficult time. Irma always was kind and lifted my spirits when I was in her presence, I enjoyed her as a neighbor and friend.
Words cannot express my sadness, Irma was a kind & sweet Lady.. May the comfort of God help the whole family through this difficult time.
Christine, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for peace and many loving memories. May you feel God’s loving arms around you. Love you.
Andy n Cindy Lugo
To our family, she will be greatly missed..
Her smile, laugh and hospitality she always gave to anyone…. We love you guys always..
God Bless you for being the compassionate n loving daughter to mom. You made her last months easier,
Holding her hand and calming her fears by being by her side 24/7.
I know you found peace in her final hours and letting her go to Rest In Paradise. Vaya Con Dios Irma ❤️
I just learned of Irma’s passing. My heart felt condolences to all of you. As your babysitter for many years.I grew fond of all of the family and heart broken when Rosemary was taken . Find strength in one another.God Bless.
I miss you. I can go through my days and weeks, with a tear.
But then out of nowhere, the floodgates open and I can’t stop crying. Yes, it is better, and doesn’t hurt as much. You are always in my heart Mom. I love you Mom. I miss you Mom. I know you are in paradise with Daddy. He is so happy to be with you too.
I miss you both, soooo much. Until we see each other again. I love you both