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Lorrette "Loretta" Bard died Tuesday, March 28th at Savannah Cove of West Palm Beach. She passed away peacefully with her husband of 67 years Gilbert and her son Troy by her side. Lorrette was born in 1930. After raising her children she was certified as a Nurse's Aide and enjoyed helping others. Lorrette enjoyed making people laugh. Her greatest joy in life was being a mother. She loved the outdoors and passed along an appreciation of nature to her family. She also had an incredible green-thumb and God's plants flourished with her touch. Lorrette enjoyed arts and crafts and creating things with her hands. She is survived by her husband Gilbert and four sons, Bruce, Brian, Troy and Eric. Her daughters-in-law Randi, Nancy, Lisa and Darlene. Nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Also, her sisters Cecile, Anita, Jean and brother John. She was predeceased by her sister Julie and brothers Ludger , Gilbert, Romeo and Gerard. Father Gabriel Ghanoum will be performing a graveside service at the South Florida National Cemetery, 1:15 PM on Monday, April 3. The address is 6501 S. State Road 7, Lake Worth, FL 33449. The cemetery will not be able to accept flowers. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation to the Alzheimer's Association at ALZ.org. Thanks,

Troy & Family


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Graveside

Monday

3

Apr

1:15 PM
South Florida National Cemetery

6501 S. State Road 7
LAKE WORTH, FL 33449

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