We are so sorry for your lose. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Michael, Mikey, Mathew and families sending my special love filled with the sorrow you must be going through.
Laurie gave me the first book on bereavement when our son Jimmy died. (The Teto’s loved him and he loved them).
The book was by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross called ON DEATH AND DYEING. Her dad had died a while before and she said it helped her. It helped me. Lori and her gift helped me to help so many others.
I met Elizabeth Kubler-Ross at an ADEC conference. I told her about how I was introduced to her books, she said that my sharing that made her work come full circle. I still have the book!
I am so glad I ran into Lori and her grandson on a Confirmation Mass for the sponsors this spring. Lori and I were to be the Confirmation sponsors of our grandsons Jack and Cayden. The boys are long time friends, we took a picture together. I shared it with our whole family who all were full of happiness to see us together with our grandchildren.
I didn’t know Lori was not feeling well. She looked beautiful as always.
We love you Lori and will never be able to forget you and the comfort you provided me 40 years ago. You are alive in our hearts.
I believe you are singing with the Angels.
In memory of Lorraine Teto, Barbara Connelly lit a candle
Even though its been a long time since I had seen you you were one of the most special people in my life, we all loved you in this family and will never forget you and all you did for us*** May the many happy memories of you carry your loved ones through the low times to come, R.I.P. Lori
To the entire Teto family , especially to my sons dear friend Mike , we are deeply saddened by the loss of Lori . Lots of fond memories growing up in Manorville!!! You will miss her , but she’ll always be with you !!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Lori, yiu are singing with the angels now - yiu will be deeply missed.
Love your wonderful sweet voice, and gentle ways.
Lori was the first one to teach me the 'ropes' for celebrating at mass as a music minister. She had the most beautiful, sweet voice, with a heart of gold. I will miss her gentle way.
Funny story: We used to have a bell we rang before mass which was a gift from a parishioner. Lori and I were reverently waiting for mass to begin, and it was her turn to ring the bell. She was showing me how, loosely gripping the handle, she went to ring the bell, and the mallet went flying -- right next to Father John M. It was so hard to be serious after that. Lori just picked it up and rang that bell!
Lori we will miss you, God bless you & your Family
Lori, You have been a wonderful person, friend and co-worker. I have been blessed to have you in my life and I am so saddened to hear of your passing. I know you are at peace now and your suffering and pain has ended, which I am thankful for. I will miss you terribly. Debbie
So sorry for your loss . You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers .....
In memory of Lorraine Teto, Lisa Raniolo lit a candle
In memory of Lorraine Teto, Peter Pernal lit a candle
This wonderful and caring woman will be sorely missed both professionally and personally. God bless you, Lori.
In memory of Lorraine Teto, J Tietjen Manson lit a candle
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.