Loretta J. Timko

November 18, 1193 - April 19, 2017
Loretta J. Timko

Timko, Loretta J, 77, of Holiday, passed away peacefully on April 19, 2017 at the Medical Center of Trinity. Loretta was born on November 18, 1939 in Hammond, Indiana. She was the daughter of the late, Andrew and Ellen Blasko. Loretta moved to Florida in 2009, coming from Indiana. She was a member at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in New Port Richey, Florida. In her spare time, Loretta enjoyed coin and stamp collecting. She also loved spending time with her dog Hazel.

Loretta is survived by her loving children, Joseph (Susan) Timko, William Timko, and Cheryl Ann Alpha; sisters, Audrey, Barbara, and Mary Ellen; grandchildren, Andrew and Lorelei: great-grandchildren, Jacob, Matthew, Kyla, and Alexander; and numerous niece and nephews.

Loretta will be laid peacefully to rest with her late husband, Joseph Timko, at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida.


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  • April 21, 2017
    JoAnn Desrosiers (Tanglewood neighbor) says:
    Condolences to Loretta's family from your Florida sister, now in Massachusetts, JoAnn. I'll miss cooking meals together and our famous grocery shopping sprees! And of course, we know you will be greatly missed by Hazel. Love you all dearly, and so grateful to have met all of you during my time in Florida. Love and peace to all of you, JoAnn.

  • April 30, 2017
    Kelly Pratt says:
    I will miss you Aunt Loretta as I got to spend time with you during the last few years. I enjoyed our Ruby Tuesday lunches and the past few years Christmas eves at Positanos and even your last birthday at your favorite Seltzer's I know Hazel miss you so much too. I love her too and will miss taking walks with you and her around the park My condolences to Joe Sue Andrew Will and rest of family too Rest in Peace O..K

  • May 03, 2017
    Sandra Braun says:
    My deepest condolences to Loretta's family. I will miss my "second" sister so much. We did have some good times together, namely eating out. Birthdays and anniversaries at Harold Seltzers steakhouse to get that free bottle of wine and dessert, Olive Garden, Niko's and many more. It was great having Loretta and Jerry so near these past few years.