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Michael Clay

Loretta Ann Altieri

June 01, 1934 - July 12, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Loretta Ann Altieri. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual and in person gatherings, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
Loretta Ann Altieri, 86, of Salem, Oregon, passed away July 12, 2020.  She was interred on July 21, 2020, in the United States Navy Veteran Garden of Valor Columbarium alongside her late husband, Alex Altieri, at Pacific View...  see more
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  • Anthony Clay
    Grandma, your big laughs and even bigger heart always made us feel loved. Your love for your family, your community, and your god, has ensured you left this world a better place than when you got here. We are all grateful for the life you lived, and the...  more
  • Athena Williams
    Grandma Loretta lived every moment to the fullest. Some of my favorite memories of her:
    "Creepy mouse, creepy mouse..." (I'm sure all the grandkids got this treatment!)
    The Athena Doll
    The C&R Clothiers commercials - "What a difference...  more
  • Martha C Clay
    Dear Loretta I have fond memories of many conversations we had about family, yourself, and what was going on in your life. You always made me and my family feel loved and welcomed whenever we were together. Your big heart and kindness always showed...  more
  • Laura Nicole
    Even though time and distance has passed, I am so thankful to be a part of this family. Grandma Loretta I love you, I miss you, and I will always remember how silly you were when we would come to visit. My dear family I know you are all continuing to be...  more
  • Dorothy Jager
    Aunt Loretta was a very special woman to me and to all who knew her. I'm so glad that my parents asked her to be my Godmother. She never failed to wish me a Happy Birthday or let me know she was thinking of me at Christmas. She was very close to her...  more
  • Donna  Bodkin
    My mom was a beautiful woman, the kind who was noticed when she walked into a room. She was hardhard-working, determined & had a heart to help others whenever she could. Mom taught us Independence, respect for authority, proper grammar & the...  more
  • Debbie Newkirk
    Debbie Newkirk added 3 photo(s) to the memorial Loretta Ann Altieri:
  • Debbie Newkirk
    Debbie Newkirk added 3 photo(s) to the memorial Loretta Ann Altieri:
  • Michael  Clay
    Michael Clay added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Loretta Ann Altieri:
  • Michael  Clay
    Michael Clay added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Loretta Ann Altieri:
  • Michael  Clay
    Loretta with her children at David's wedding to Gina. This photo with Alex was taken in the the Fall of 1985, a few months after their marriage. They went to dinner and a play shortly after the photo was taken.
  • Michael  Clay
    Michael Clay added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Loretta Ann Altieri:
  • Debbie Newkirk
    Mom obviously some time in the mid 1960s and her mid 30s.
  • Michelle  Bennett
    I am thankful mom knew about salvation. There is nothing more important or valuable in life than having this. Not only is this a gift to her but it’s also a gift to us now. Without a doubt we know where mom is and that because of Jesus we will see her...  more
  • Debbie Newkirk
    Loretta, her teen years. Her before kids years. She got married right before turning 19 and had 3 babies by the time she was 22!
  • Debbie Newkirk
    December 1959 She had child # 4, me, by then.
  • Debbie Newkirk
  • Debbie Newkirk
    Mom, you were one strong lady and watching you taught me to be one. I learned how to cook and clean because you made me. I knew how to behave and act like a lady because you showed me. I learned about God because you told me. But most of all I...  more
  • Linda Koller
    Mom was truly unique and one of a kind, and she definitely was not your conventional type of mother. I have so many wonderful memories of her. Some are just silly little ones, like banging pot and pan lids right next to her ear to wake her up. Other...  more