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March 14, 1964 — January 2, 2024

Loretta Lynn Clyburn, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, passed away on January 2nd, 2024, at Baylor@ Lakepointe in Rowlett, Texas. Born on March 14th, 1964, Loretta brought immense joy and love to the lives of those around her.

Loretta's life was filled with diverse experiences and roles. From being a dedicated Home Health Aide to a warm-hearted Cashier and Waitress, Loretta's work touched the lives of many. She approached every task with diligence and compassion, exemplifying the kindness that defined her character.

Outside of work, Loretta sought solace in simple pleasures. She cherished moments spent watching movies or enjoying a delicious meal in the company of loved ones. Being around people gave her immense happiness and fulfillment.

Education played a significant role in Loretta's life. She attended the Mesquite School District where she not only gained knowledge but also formed lifelong friendships that remained dear to her heart.

Loretta was known for her loving and compassionate nature, always willing to go above and beyond for those in need. Her warmth touched countless hearts throughout her life. However, those who knew her best understood that stirring her anger was ill-advised. Despite this fiery side, Loretta's genuine care for others always shone through.

The arrival of Loretta's first grandchild marked a profound moment of joy in her life. The love she felt towards this new generation was immeasurable. The memories created with each grandchild held a special place in her heart and brought immense happiness into her days.

 She is preceded in death by her parents, Ollie DeWitt Arie and Madelon Grace Churcher.

Loretta will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. She leaves behind a legacy of love and compassion that will continue to inspire us all.

She is survived by her loving husband Tim Clyburn ; four children: Joshua Leek, Monica Leek, Sabrina Leek, and Marshall Arie. Loretta's five grandchildren;  Priscilla Esquera, Keizer King, Bryan Hoffman, Caleb Washington and Mason Leek held a special place in her heart, and their presence brought light to her life. her two sisters, one brother, and three stepsons: Tim II, Keith, and Nathan Clyburn.

During this time of grieving, let us remember Loretta Lynn Clyburn not with sadness but with the utmost gratitude for the immense love she shared during her time with us. Her memory will be cherished forever, and the impact she made on our lives will be an everlasting source of inspiration. May she find eternal peace.

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