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Wilma J. Lofton March 29, 1936~April 26, 2014

Wilma J. Lofton, 78 of South Sioux, Nebraska passed away, April 26, 2014 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home in South Sioux, Nebraska. She was born March 29, 1936 in West Fork, Arkansas to Austin Winn and Lucille Kisinger Winn. She was preceded in death by her parents, son, Ricky Lofton; grandson, Austin Lofton; sister, Caroline Hayes. Survivors include her son, Mark Lofton and wife Cynthia of Lawton, IA; brother, Kenneth Winn of West Fork; four sisters, Robie Hayes of West Fork, Betty Paschal of Greenland, Debbie Franklin of Huntsville and Connie Woods of Louisiana; two grandsons, Brock Lofton and Blake Lofton; great grandson, Ryan Lofton and several other family members and friends. The family will receive friends from 10 to 11 AM Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at Beards Funeral Chapel with Rev. Ervin Hutchins officiating. A Funeral Service will follow at 11 AM. Burial will be at Union Star Cemetery in West Fork Cemetery. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.beardsfuneralchapel.com.

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    Name » 28. Apr, 2014

    You will be missed by your family, including Jeraldine Straight and Norma Corbitt your loving cousins .You have always meant so much to us. Love Jeraldine and Norma

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    Gwen Baker » 29. Apr, 2014

    Sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers to you!

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    Sue Salsbury » 29. Apr, 2014

    Thoughts and Prayers during your time of sorrow.

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    Name » 30. Apr, 2014

    Praying for you at this difficult time. Wilma Jean was a very special lady who loved her boys so much. I have happy memories of her laugh and pride in her family. I babysat the boys for a time when they were 6 and 12. Later, I got to visit with her, after my own son was just a baby. Her words of wisdom were to enjoy each day with your family. She also mentioned the requests to make “hamburger gravy”! Mark, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Ruth Thompson Florer