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Lori Anne Cadwallader

Lori Anne Cadwallader

Lori Anne Cadwallader, age 61, of Quincy IL, stepped into eternal life on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, IL after sustaining injuries in a car accident.

Lori was born on May 16, 1961 in Quincy. She is the daughter and forth child of Donald & Rosemary (Ohnemus) Reichert. Her siblings are Tim Reichert (Cindy), Ted Reichert (Mary), Linda Dopheide (Dick), Joe Reichert (Chris), and Janice Huber (Kent). They will all agree Lori was the brave, kind, and wild middle child of the family.

After her grade school years at St. Dominics Catholic School, she graduated from Quincy Senior High School. Lori then went on to John Wood Community College and became a LPN.

She married Kevin Cadwallader on June 18, 1984 at Bethel Assembly of God Church. The two enjoyed 38 years of marriage. Their favorite adventure together was raising their two daughters: Kerri Schaller (Scott) of Quincy and Sarah Troyer (Rodney) of Camp Point, IL.

Lori was an amazing nurse who could always make her patients smile and feel well cared for. She worked for two decades at Blessing Hospital and was awarded Nurse Excellence of the Year. She then went on and worked for Quincy Medical Group until she retired in 2010.

Her absolute favorite job was being a Nana to her four grandchildren: Silas, Ruth, and Jude Schaller and Bryanna Troyer. She was always the biggest fan at every recital, concert, or sports game she attended and made them each feel so special. Lori was also the crazy-fun aunt to numerous nieces and nephews whom she loved making cookies, messes, and memories with.

She loved being outside in God's creation, growing flowers, listening to music, reading her bible, and taking sunset boat rides. Lori was spontaneous, full of energy, caring, and incredibly generous. She was well known for her creativity, fast cleaning skills, and delicious cooking. She lit up the room and was the life of every party but also the one to gladly wash all the dishes at the end.

Lori was a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ and even in the midst of great trails she clung to him. Lori was preceded in death by her father.

There will be a graveside service that all are welcome to attend on Friday, October 14, 2022 at 10 a.m. It will be located at Shiloh Cemetery (182 E. 1900th St.) in Plainville, IL. Following the burial there will be a gathering at the St. Anthony's Parish Hall in Quincy from 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. to celebrate and remember the life of the much loved Lori Anne.

The Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to "Lori's Legacy" an education fund for her grandchildren.

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From:
Julie Hyer
Quincy, IL
Comments:
Kevin and family- so sorry to hear about Lori's passing. I worked with her up on the old 3400 at Blessing she always had a smile on her face and was a great nurse. And every time I ran into her she was always the same Lori. RIP old friend.
Jules
From:
Vicki Reichert
LaBelle, MO
Comments:
Our deepest sympathy and prayers for your family in this time of loss. May God hold you close and comfort you all. Roy and Vicki Reichert
From:
Glenn & Janice Predmore
Quincy, IL
Comments:
So sorry for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Glenn and Janice
From:
Teresa Paben
Ursa, IL
Comments:
Kevin and family, Dan and I are so sorry to hear of Lori's passing. She was a great person and lived life to the fullest!! You are in our thoughts and prayers! Dan & Teresa Paben
From:
Val Hayes
Quuincy, IL
Comments:
So deeply saddened for you Kevin and girls. My prayers and thought are with you. I had so much fun with Lori in Dialysis. Her laugh was contagious. She was fun and we had crazy great times. She will be missed.
From:
Julie Kindhart
Quincy, IL
Comments:
My condolences, I hope your family can find peace, so sorry to see this.
From:
Jason Altgilbers
Quincy, IL
Comments:
Rest in paradise aunt Lori,
I know you up in heaven dancing we will miss you deeply .

Love your nephew
Jason
From:
Brian and Jan Crabill
QUINCY, IL
Comments:
Kevin,so sorry to hear about Lori.We all had so much fun years ago on 3400.Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
From:
Lori
Quincy, IL
Comments:
I worked with Lori for several years at Quincy Medical Group. She was such a caring and loving lady. She made you laugh every single day. She cared so deeply for her family and her patients. My heart goes out to Kevin, Carrie, Sarah and the rest of her family . She will be greatly missed
From:
Snoopy
Comments:
You will be missed by so many. You always brought me laughter. I will always think of you but more when it starts to snow. You are now an angel in heaven.
From:
Marcia Sorrill
Quincy, IL
Comments:
I am deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Lori was an excellent nurse, co-worker and friend. We had great times together in Dialysis. Life is to short on earth and now that she is in heaven, she will continue to watch over us. Memories will live on
From:
teresa pickle
Quincy, IL
Comments:
I am so sorry for your loss, I worked with Lori on 3400 years ago and she was an amazing nurse and a fun co-worker to spend 8 hours with! May God grant you strength in the days and weeks ahead and may your many wonderful memories provide you comfort.
From:
Tammy Hudson
Palmyra, MO
Comments:
I was lucky enough to work with Lori at Blessing Dialysis and then again at Quincy Medical Group. She was a fantastic nurse who always advocated and cared for her patients like they were family. Her quick wit and infectious laugh made work days so much fun. Can’t believe we have lost your light.
From:
Michael and Vicki Wittland
Quincy, IL
Comments:
So very sorry to lose this special cousin with the brightest smile ever.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you Aunt Rosie, all Lori’s sibs and of course Kevin, Kerri and family and Sarah and family. RIP Lori, say hi how are ya to your dad for us.
From:
Alan & Linda
Quincy, IL
Comments:
So sorry for your loss. We pray for peace and comfort knowing Jesus is faithful and true.
From:
Schaffer
Comments:
So sorry to hear of Lori’s passing. My thoughts are with Rosemary, Kevin, Kerri - Scott & kids, Sarah - Rodney & kids, and the extended family. Lori was such a vibrant, engaging personality. Will never forget that laugh and smile. May the memories remain. - Scott