Loretta M. (Lyons) Vasko, of Miramar, Florida passed away on Monday, February 4, 2019 at Florida Medical Center, following a brief illness. She was 81 years of age.
Born in Norvell, West Virginia on January 13, 1938, daughter of Money M. and Ruth M. (Cobb) Lyons. Raised and educated in Beckley, West Virginia. Loretta met and married, John A. Vasko in 1960.
Before moving to Miramar, Florida in 1973, Loretta worked for General Electric in Cleveland, Ohio. For many years, she worked as an administrative assistant for the Department of Juvenile Justice for the State of Florida, retiring in the year 2000. In her spare time Loretta loved making floral arrangements, working in her flower garden and cake decorating. She will be greatly missed by her loving family and friends.
Survived by her loving children, Ranae L. Wilson and her husband, Glen Wilson, John A. Vasko, III and his wife, Samantha Vasko and Lisa Vasko Bange and her husband, Jeff Guess. Also survived by her adored grandchildren, Nikki Vasko, Travis Matherly, Kayla Vasko and Thomas Bange. She was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Crystal Ranae Wilson in 2012 and her beloved husband of 46 years, John A Vasko Jr., in 2006.
At the request of the family, services will be private.
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I miss you so much! I love you so very very much!
I love you Mom and I miss you so much everyday!
Sending love and prayers of comfort to my cousins Ranae, John, Lisa. May you find comfort in knowing that your mom is now with your dad again.
I will cherish all the wonderful memories I have of Auntie Loretta, especially her last visit her for our wedding.. She will be greatly missed. ❤️ Love you always.
Sending all our love & prayers to all of you. I will always cherish the good times over the years we had. Even some of Loretta’s recipes that we still use. You will be missed very much but we know you are now in a better place with your family . Now you will have no more pain or suffering. As your family welcomes you with open arms may God welcome you into his kingdom. Till we all meet again I am sending you my love.
My sincerest condolences to Ranae & Glen and to all who knew and loved your mother.
Loretta...I can't believe you are gone. I will cherish so many memories of our life together. You will always have a special place in my heart. I pray you are now at peace. Until we meet again I send my love.
Prayers and love sent from Jimmy and me to you and Travis and Thomas.
Mom I will miss you everyday of my life on earth until we see each other again in heaven. As I have told you over and over, you have been the best mom ever and I was so lucky to have you as mine. You are at peace now and not in pain. I know there were future things you were looking forward to in your life with your family. Heaven was sent a beautiful "Angel" and I know you will be ours., I love you forever and a day.
Mommy I will miss you everyday, all day for the rest of my life. You have been the greatest Mom that any child could ever hope to have. You have helped me become the woman I am today and I will forever be grateful. I love you ❤️
My sincere condolences to the Vasko family
Ken Dunn, Fred Hunter Funeral Home
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