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Loretta Amos

January 15, 1938 — November 2, 2012

Loretta Amos was born on January 15, 1938 in Chicago, IL.
She was one of 14 children.  She received her education in
Chicago.  Loretta supervised for Market Research
Corporation of America in the Chicago area during her earlier
years.  After retirement, she relocated to Bloomington and
worked part-time for Cub Foods and Wesleyan University in food

Like some of her sisters, Loretta was an excellent cook.
To have dined at her place, would always want to make you come back
for more. She loved spending time with her family and was
always ready for a game of "Bid Whist" as she listened to her jazz

"Lo" has also accepted Christ as her personal Savior.

Loretta departed this life on November 2, 2012 and was preceded
in death by her son, Victor Teamer, her mother, Augusta Simmons;
father, Spencer Montrose; four sisters, Dorothy Johnson, Shirley
Buckner, Juanita Morton, Marilyn Dotts and two brothers, Roosevelt
Simmons, Jr., and Richard Simmons.

Loretta leaves to cherish her memory her husband, Glen Amos, one
son, Terrence Teamer; Bloomington; two grandsons, Temeris Teamer,
Bloomington, Marvio Diltz, Memphis, TN; four great granddaughters,
Madison, Dallas, Raven, and Khalia Diltz, Memphis, TN; three
sisters, Janice Dotts, Chicago; Anita Dotts, Las Vegas, NV.; and
Deborah R. Simmons, Bloomington; four brothers, Donald (Camille)
Dotts, Las Vegas, NV.; James Dotts, Mount Vernon; Leonard
(Charlotte) Dotts and Robert Simmons, both of Bloomington; a host
of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, November 8, 2012 at
6 pm at Word of Life Church, 719 W. Chestnut in Bloomington with
Elder Mark Tyler and Pastor Charlotte Dotts officiating.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the family in
Loretta's name. Kibler-Brady-Ruestman is assisiting the family with

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