Loretta King of Pittsboro, IN was born into eternal life, August 22, 2019.
A Funeral Liturgy of the Word Service will be held at 11 am, Tuesday, August 27 in the David A. Hall Mortuary, Pittsboro, where friends and family will gather from 10 am until the time of the Funeral Liturgy.
In lieu of flowers, gifts are encouraged to made in the form of donations to the family to assist in final expenses. Gifts may be made payable to and directed to the David A. Hall Mortuary. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.
Loretta was born to John William and Dorothy Louise Dillow on August 31st 1960 in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was the youngest of six children. Preceded in death by John and Dorothy and siblings William Marion Dillow and Karon Ilene Dillow, survived in death by Robert John Dillow, Nancy Sue Roberts, and Mary Catherine Caito.
Loretta married Duane Evan King on June 1st 1985 in Lizton, Indiana. They have three children: Amanda Michelle Cooper (Michael Cooper), Danielle Renee King, and Adam Reece King (Calista Porter). Four grandchildren: Caleb, Shyanne, Nolan, and Grace.
Loretta was always positive, joyful, sweet, and fun as a child. She enjoyed swimming and being a life guard. She’s also enjoyed playing the trumpet in the Ben Davis High School Band (class of 1978).
As an adult she enjoyed boating, fishing, camping, tending to her flowers, trips with her family, Duane taking her for car rides in the mustang with the top down, volunteering her time to those in need, her faith in the church, and spending time with her dog, Beau.
Loretta continuously strived to be the absolute best mother, grandmother, sister, and friend that she could be. She tried to never miss a practice, game, or race to unconditionally support her children and grandchildren in any way she could.
Anyone who knew Loretta knew the impact her warm smile and graceful spirit had. She dedicated her entire life to her family and will be greatly missed. She is now carefree and happy with her dad, whom she admired dearly, in heaven.
Arrangements are in the care of funeral director, Eric MD Bell.
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220 N. Maple Street, Pittsboro IN 46167