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Irma Loeffler

October 15, 1946 — August 22, 2017

Irma Loeffler


A Love Letter to Momma

Dearest Momma,

Oh, how the angels must have sang when you danced your way through the pearly gates of heaven! I can just hear our Father God now, ''Well done my good and faithful servant, well done.'' It has been difficult to let you go but we know that you are basking in the love of our Father and filling heaven with the smell of your baked goodies.
We may not have inherited your gift of cooking or baking but what we did receive from you was the priceless gift of strong character. You had high expectations for us but modeled those expectations daily. One of these was the value of hard work. Many are not aware that due to financial issues, you did not have the opportunity to attend high school but despite this obstacle, you were the successful business owner of the most popular bakery in the Texas Hill Country. Irma's Donut Shop was featured on the show, The Texas Hill Country Country Reporter where your goodies drew droves of people from around the state to have one of your famous sticky buns or cinnamon rolls. Your donut shop was also selected to the Who's Who Among America's Favorite Restaurants not just once but twice! You taught us not to give up on our dreams and aspirations, Momma because YOU never did.
You taught us to be generous with our love and time as well. I have countless memories of visiting the elderly at the local nursing home. We would hand out cookies and provide some entertainment by singing to them. You would look so proudly at us because you knew the joy that we were bringing to them.
Most importantly, Momma, you taught us about our Father God. You laid us at his feet at a very young age. We were in church so much that when you would wake us up in the morning we would ask, ''Are we going to school or church today?'' Your unwavering faith and your infectious joy for the Lord was one of the many reasons that people from all walks of life were drawn to you. You never shied away from the opportunity to share your testimony and the work that God had done in your life.
Over the last few days, I have witnessed the masses come from near and far to say, ''Goodbye'' to the woman that has positively influenced their lives in so many ways. The stories of your love and generosity are countless. We are so very thankful for the constant love, encouragement and devotion you gave to us throughout your 50 years of being our mom. We are so proud and honored to have had the privilege of calling you, ''Momma.''

My Momma was surrounded by her children and her sister when she went to meet Jesus on Tuesday, August 22nd at9:03 am. She was survived by her caring sister, Romelia Castillo, her loving husband of thirty years, LeeRoy Loeffler who she lovingly referred to as ''Mi amor'' or ''My honey,'' her devoted children Tina DeValk, Rachel (Cal) Lambert, Ernest (Jennifer) Adams and Rita Adams, her wonderful stepchildren Reggie (Cindy) Loeffler, Teresa (Brooks)Walker and Shad Loeffler, her 20 grandchildren who loved their, ''Tita'' so very much and her six great-grandchildren who will hear the stories of their remarkable great-grandmother for years to come.
We miss you, Momma but because of your unwavering faith, we will see you again.

You will forever be in our hearts,
We love you,

Tina, Rachel, Ernie and Rita




Visitation Schedule

Visitation
Kimble Funeral Home
1010 College Street
Junction, TX  76849
Thursday, August 24, 2017
6-8 PM
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Service Schedule

Funeral Services
First Baptist Church
202 South 8th St.
Junction, TX  76849
Friday, August 25, 2017
10 AM
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Burial Schedule

Junction City Cemetery
Junction, TX  76849
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