of Mountain Home, AR
March 16, 1931 - June 8, 2022
Josephine Maria Lochner, age 91, of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. Josephine was born March 16, 1931 in New York, NY to the late Antonio and Josephine (Lafitte) Reyes. Josephine met and married George J. Lochner in 1956. Their son, Steven ''Tony'', was born in 1958. They relocated to Florida in 1964. After George's death in 1984, Josephine started her pilgrimages around the world to see the blessed Mother Mary. She then relocated to Mountain Home in 2003 and became an avid member of Saint Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church. She valued her strong faith which she said, started at age 6. She is survived by her son, Steven ''Tony'' Lochner of Charlotte, North Carolina; one brother, Anthony Reyes; one sister, Rita Burch and her Grandchildren, Miranda & Michael Lochner. A visitation will be held from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 16, 2022 at the Roller Funeral Home Chapel with funeral mass to follow at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church. Interment will be at the Arlington National Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Roller Funeral Home.
I just found out my mom and my dear friend passed away back in June. I am very sorry. She was a dear friend of the family and we will remember her fondly. She loved the Lord and I know that we will see each other in Heaven. My condolences to the family.
We will always remember Aunt Josie. She had a profound impact on me spiritually growing up, and helped me be the man I am today. You will be miss greatly!
My Precious SisterNow You Know What Itâ€™s All About Rest In Peace my Angel Teâ€™ Cuerdo Mucho Beritaâ€™ xo
Aunt Jo, Thank for all your love and sweetness through out all the years. You were such an amazing example of a Godly woman with such dedication to our Lord and savior.Being your niece is such a privilege and honor. I am so blessed to have had time with you as a young married woman, you always welcomed Dave, Geoffrey, and Colin into your life so sweetlyâ€¦.Rest in his arms nowâ€¦.we love you! Monique and Dave
My Precious Sister,Now You Know What Itâ€™s All AboutRest In Peace my Angel Teâ€™ Cuervo Mucho Beritaâ€™
Mi Tia,Con Mucho Carinios y Besitos y Abrazos!! Que Dios teâ€™ Bendiga Love Always n Forever Susi xo
The rosary will never be the same as we prayed for our loving intentions. Your forever in our hearts and prayers. God's Blessings always.
Thank you Jo for all the wonderful years we shared together and your friendship and love. I will hold you close in my heart always. Thank you for your strong faith and prayer that so many of them were answered. God bring you to everlasting joy and peace in Heaven
You were a loving and kind mother to me and a loving and generous grandmother to Miranda and Michael. I will cherish the memories of times we shared. It brings me comfort knowing you are reunited with your beloved husband and your Savior. My sincerest condolences to your friends and family. RIP â¤ï¸
â€œYour closest family is not necessarily biological.â€ â¤ï¸Love eternal, Ms. Josieâ¤ï¸
WE HAVE NEVER SEEN THE FACE OF GOD,YET,WE KNOW HOW WE FEEL,IT WAS SOMEONE LIKE YOU,WHO MADE "HIM"SEEM SO REAL.MY DEAR SWEET SISTER ENJOY THE FOREVER HAPPINESSWITH OUR LORD AND HIS ANGELS.YOUR LOVING BROTHER AND HIS WIFE REBECCA.
Dearest Jo, how I will miss seeing you at Mass.Eternal rest God grant unto you. May your soul RIP.