84, of Phoenix, passed away peacefully with her boys at her side. She is preceded in death by her husband Carl Marvin Wolf. Lorraine is survived by her sons Larry (Yvonne), Steve, Rick (Cindy), sister Yvonne Huguenard, grandchildren, Lori, Stephanie, Jeanette, Blake, Kevin, Glenn, Michael and Jennine and 9 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was a devoted wife, mother and friend with a great sense of humor. A Visitation will be held from 9:30-10:30am, with a Funeral Service at 10:30am, Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix. Private family burial will follow at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.
Anysia and Chris Bates
Lorraine was such a beauty-inside and out. Our love, prayers and condolences to Larry, Steve, all of her family and friends God bless you all.
Aunt Lorraine we love you and your beautiful smile. I’m and happy you are at peace in heaven with Uncle Carl celebrating together. We love you. You will be missed by all of us. Sending love and hugs to my cousins, Larry, Steve and Rick and family. Love, Sylvia & family, Warren, Dolores, Sonya, Mark, Glenn & Suzie.
Greg & Angela(Hauber) Hoffman and family
My thoughts and prayers are with you all ❤
While age clouds one’s memories, I still remember and enjoy some of my father’s stories about Lorraine’s escapades with the Sister’s at the Catholic school in Phoenix. It seems that Lorraine didn’t always agree with the Sisters, and My Dad was called upon by his sister (my Auntie Victoria) to rescue Lorraine from distressing situations. Lorraine was truly a happy and charming lady and, being four years my senior (a big age difference at my very young years), I looked up to her as my adult cousin. I learned that, like my Auntie Victoria, she was a free thinker with strong convictions which I admired. Of course it saddens me to learn of her passing, and I regret that I lost communication with the Phoenix family several years ago. My fond memories of Lorraine, and the extended Abraham Family, will always be with me. My wife Susan and I send our condolences to Larry, Steve and Rick and Lorraine’s family love ones. Fred Abraham
Carl and Lorraine shared so many stories over the years. How mischevious, fun and opinionated they both sounded. LOrraines story about Halloween, dressing up like a witch and dragging her foot behind her had me in giggles every time she shared it. Oh how she said she scared the kids! I learned more history of Phoenix, our neighborhood and specifically our street from our second family, the Wolfs. We miss our longtime neighbors. Love to the kids, grandkids and great grandkids. She will be sorely missed. Tana, Rick and Taylore Canfield.
Your Mom was a beautiful & lovely woman. She & your Dad were wonderful neighbors, and they both are greatly missed! I wish someone had told us if her passing. Our condolences to Larry, Steve, & Rick and all your family.