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Jeane Lou Loser

April 24, 1940 - January 3, 2018

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Jeane Lou Loser, 77 of Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, passed away quietly on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 in her home. She was a resident of Arizona for 55 years.

She was born in early Spring of 1940 in Cleburne, Johnson, Texas on April 24, 1940. During the years that followed Jeane eventually graduated from Roosevelt High School with honors in Hawaii . Eventually, she attended the University of Hawaii receiving her Undergraduate Degree while at the same time beginning her own family. After having her daughter Debra Jeane Loser, she moved to Arizona....



Jeane Lou Loser, 77 of Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, passed away quietly on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 in her home. She was a resident of Arizona for 55 years.

She was born in early Spring of 1940 in Cleburne, Johnson, Texas on April 24, 1940. During the years that followed Jeane eventually graduated from Roosevelt High School with honors in Hawaii . Eventually, she attended the University of Hawaii receiving her Undergraduate Degree while at the same time beginning her own family. After having her daughter Debra Jeane Loser, she moved to Arizona. It is here that she graduated with a Master of Arts in Education from Arizona State University. It was in Arizona where she met her eternal companion, Patrick A. Loser. They were married on May 8, 1966 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. However their love would deepen even greater and eventually were sealed together on September 19, 2008 for time and all eternity in the Mesa Arizona Temple.

For more than 30 years, Jeane Loser taught elementary students at C.J. Jorgensen Elementary School which is part of the Roosevelt School District in Phoenix, Arizona. She leaves behind a legacy of love for all her former students she taught and even some of her former students' children and great grandchildren as well as a passion for history. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and found great joy in learning of her Savior. After years of sharing her passion of learning with so many children, she retired with the intent of traveling the countryside in a little Roadtracker with her beloved husband into their golden years. However, her husband passed on and she enjoyed most of the time in helping raise her five grandchildren and traveling the world with her Beautiful Sister, Ida Sue. Her most recent days included doting over her only Great Grandson, Jaxon and having many day time adventures with her daughter, Debra and grand daughter, Patricia. Though Jeane would never claim to have skill, she loved to dance. She was so very talented in many of the performing arts mastering painting, playing the piano and trumpet, poetry, as well as storytelling having five different voices to give each character a personality. She enjoyed joking and laughing with others sometimes making fantasy and imagination come together. She had a way of making everyone stop and gaze upon her beauty, keen sense of fashion and enthralling appearance as well as listen to her advice and wisdom. Most of all, she had a refined elegance and grace of a queen as well as the charm of a Southern Belle. She loved to explore the world, discovering the reaches of cultural traditions and exploring this great world's history. Her passion was to share these precious nuggets learned with everyone even though they might not want to listen.

Jeane Lou Loser was preceded in death by her husband Patrick A. Loser;her parents, Henry C. Hopkins and Myrtle Melissa Yates;. her parents- in- law, Frank A. Loser and Lucille P. Duncan; and her grandson, Victor A. Hernandez. She is survived by her daughter, Debra Jeane Barnett; grandchildren, Bill R. (Tuesday) Durham, Tiffany M. (Eric) Hadley, Patricia L. (Kevin) Funderburk, and Mariah Hernandez; great grand children, Hailee Rosenlof, Trinity Durham, and Jaxon Funderburk; sister, Ida Sue Kidd; and nephew, Terry Cagle, niece, Sheryl Medellin, nephew, John Cressler, and niece Laura Brown.