Loreen K. Blume
April 24, 1957 – November 24, 2018
Survived by sister, Noreen G. Jungbluth (William Havener); nieces, Lindsay A. Gonzalez (Hector) and Lisa Ablan (Alex); grandnephews, Henry Lindsay and Jace Ablan; grandniece, Bella Ablan; stepchildren, Jayme Blume-Hadley and Scott Blume.
The family will receive friends on Friday, Nov. 30th from 4pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. SERVICES: Saturday, Dec. 1st at 10am, West Center Chapel. Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park. Memorials are suggested to Mount Olive Lutheran Church.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Loreen will be missed. She was such a kind soul. Many thoughts and prayers for her family.
Loreen was such a caring person who loved life and lived life to the fullest. She faced her battles with cancer with dignity and bravery. Loreen is now with her mother in heaven. May she rest in peace.
Loreen was one of the nicest people I’ve ever known. So very sorry for your loss. May God bless you all.
My sincere condolences are with Loreen’s family at this sad time. Loreen was always so helpful, kind and considerate of everyone. Loreen was always a good friend and I will miss her. May she rest in peace and may God bless you all during this time and always.
Loreen was a strong, funny and kind woman. She was admired greatly and will truly be missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with you, Noreen and your family. Loreen was a one of kind with a heart of gold. Please know that we all will miss her laugh and her smile. Love you all.
Loreen was a great coworker & friend to all. My thoughts & prayers to all her family.
Noreen and all of the Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to all of you. Loreen was such a kind and compassionate person, a wonderful friend. We go a long way back in school, (Our Mothers were PTA and Room Mothers also) longtime neighborhood residents and also all of our working years spent Downtown
May God be with each of you during this most difficult time. God Bless. In Christian Love and Caring – Judy Buono
From my first day at work, Loreen (the Queen B) was a mentor, a role model, and a friend. I was blessed to have known and worked with her, and the world has lost a wonderful person. My prayers are with her family, whom she was so proud of and loved enormously, and her friends. We are so blessed to have enjoyed her smile and cheeriness.
I had the honor and pleasure of working with Loreen on a huge multi-billion dollar Environmental Program several years ago. She was a dedicated worker and a delightful woman! We had lots of fun amidst some very stressful times and Loreen always kept it together! We had a great time when we went to Washington, DC, to brief at the Army level and I still remember her, Linda, and myself in the Pentagon jewelry shop after a successful briefing all buying Pentagon shaped lovely stones. I think about Loreen when I look at and wear this piece and remember the wonderful couple of years we spent together on this important program. She was admired by so many, and I’m so sad she’s been called from this life. She’s in a better place and not suffering is the comfort I pray you all feel. God bless all of you in her family who will so deeply miss her. I’m thankful to have known this special lady! Warmest regards and prayers, Maureen Weller
Loreen has been my friend & confidant since meeting at work in the 90’s. Since retirement we have been lunch buddies and took New Year’s Caribbean cruise together. What a fun and kind soul, I will miss her dearly. May she be celebrating her eternal life in heaven, RIP my friend.
?RIP – Loreen B?
Loreen was a thoughtful, kind person. She will be missed by many. Sincere sympathy to her family.
Sincere and heartfelt sympathies to you Noreen and all family!
Fond school time memories of Loreen, Noreen and famiky.
May God comfort you all.