Lorianne Jennifer Callahan, 48, passed away March 5, 2018. She was a beloved daughter, mother, and friend. She will be missed everyday by all who are heartbroken by this loss. Lorianne’s full obituary will appear here soon, as her family has more loving thoughts they would like to share.
Vistiation will be held Monday, March 12th, from 10:30- 12:30, with funeral services at 12:30 PM, at Brandon Cremation & Funeral Services. Interment will be held at 3 PM at Venice Memorial Gardens 1950 Center Road, Venice, FL 34292
Monday, March 12, 2018
10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Brandon Cremation & Funeral Services
621 N. Parsons Avenue
Brandon, FL 33510
Monday, March 12, 2018
12:30 Funeral Service at Brandon Cremation & Funeral Services
3 PM Interment Service
Venice Memorial Park
1950 Center Road
Venice, FL 34292Get Directions
A beautiful selfless inspiring god driven woman honored to be her son miss her more then I can express I love you so much mom not a day goes by I dont see or hear something that reminds me of you part of my heart is permanently broken rest in peace mom I love you more then life I know you stay with me in spirit love your son josh
Mama, everyday I miss you. I think about you every second of everyday. I am beyond grateful I got to be your daughter. We were best friends ever since I can remember. You have taught me so much and I wouldn’t be who I am today if I hadn’t had you as my mama. You were the sunshine to my life, and you could light up any room you walked in with your positive words, and positive attitude. You were the most special and loving person I have ever known, giving to anyone that needed it, even if it was a complete stranger. You never leave my mind and you’re always in my heart. Thank you for giving me such beautiful and fun memories. You’re so missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing you. I can’t even put into words how amazing you were and how much of a positive impact you had on my life. You will never be forgotten. You truly did as Jesus did. You did for others on a daily basis. The memories you have given me will live on. You are missed everyday, in my thoughts every second, and loved for eternity! You’re in God’s care now, and I will always love you my beautiful mama. ❤️
THIS IS FROM RICK DYCUS.
LORIANNE CALLAHAN WAS A LOVING DEAR SOUL AND WILL BE MISSED GREATLY BY ALL THAT KNEW HER. SHE DID HER BEST TO PUT OTHER’S FIRST AS JESUS TAUGHT! SHE WAS VERY HONEST, SOMEWHAT QUIET, BUT WHEN SHE SPOKE IT WAS VERY POSITIVE MEANINGFUL WORDS. HER SUDDEN DEATH WAS A GREAT SHOCK FOR ME ON MAY 18, 2018, WHEN I FOUND IT OUT. I DID NOT HEAR FROM HER AND HAD KNOW IDEA WHY. HER PHONE WAS ACTIVE TILL APRIL 1, FOR I LEFT HER A BIRTHDAY MESSAGE THEN, AND OTHER MESSAGES EARLY SINCE FEBRUARY, NOT KNOWING WHAT HAPPENED. MY MOTHER AND HER HAD THE CARING LOVE THAT ALL HUMANITY SHOULD HAVE AS AN EXAMPLE TO THE WORLD. SHE TRULY KNEW HOW TO GIVE AS JESUS GAVE AN EXAMPLE OF WASHING THE DISCIPLES FEET, TO BE AS A SERVICE TO EACH OTHER AS SHE DID! HER MOTHER AND I SHARE THE SAME BIRTHDAY OF FEBRUARY 28. THERE IS SO MUCH MORE THAT I COULD SAY, BUT I AM FULL OF GRIEF, THIS IS ALL I CAN SAY FOR NOW. WHAT A LOSS TO THE WORLD!!
MY FRIEND CARA BOWMAN THAT SHE KNEW BRIEFLY, SAID SHE HAD THE LIGHT OF CHRIST THAT COULD LIGHT UP THE WORLD!!
Lorianne, you were the best niece anyone could ask for. You would do anything for anyone. Your personality and fantastic smile lit up any room. I thank you for helping me at the end from the bottom of my heart and you are so sorely missed. I think about you every single day and cry a lot over your sudden loss. May your memory be a blessing. I will always love you, Auntie Bev
Dear Joshua and Molly., Soo sorry to hear about your Mom. Your mother was a kind neighbor to all of us when you lived in Marshfield. I can picture her outside with both of you when you were small. Molly playing in the puddle at the bottom of the driveway. (Changing your dress every few minutes. ). Her watching you Joshua playing ball with Luke. Giving you all ice creams in the summer. Your mother was a wonderful person. Again. I am sooo sorry. Fondly ,Ann DiTondo.