Lorraine, 78, of Tucson, AZ passed from this life on June 13, 2021. Lori is survived by her husband of 60 years, Francis Schulter. She is preceded in death by her mother and father, Charles Brennan and Dorothy (Sanders) Robinson. She is survived by her three children Daniel (Michelle), Garry (Debbie), and Karen (Paul). Her grandchildren: Theresa (Dustin), Danielle (Adam), Patty, Joshua, Charlie, Carolyn (Ryan) and great-grandchildren: Aidan, Oliver, Charlotte, Lily, Remy and Theo. She is survived by her brother Richard Brennan and many cousins. She will be missed by her family and friends. Services will be on July 24, 2021 at 10am at Corpus Christi Church, 300 N Tanque Verde Loop, Tucson AZ 85748. Instead of flowers, please donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Lorraine was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from Lake View High School in 1960. After meeting and marrying the love of her life, Frank, they moved to Tucson in 1969 with their three young children to raise their family. Lori worked in a variety of careers, including Palo Verde High School as a Driver’s Education Teacher Assistant, then she worked at the University of Arizona in the Registration Department. After that she worked in real estate, the Motor Vehicle Department, and as a travel agent.
Lori was an artist. She worked with ceramics, enjoyed painting, coloring, multimedia, crocheting, sewing and baking. Most importantly, Lori enjoyed spending time with her family – all her kids, grandkids and great-grandkids. Family was always important to her. Lori wrote books for her great grandchildren to teach them about her family history. She enjoyed sharing stories about her children growing up, and the importance of taking care of the environment and caring for the bees.
Lori also loved to travel. She and Frank went to Bali, to Ireland, Laughlin, Hawaii, and Bisbee (all over Arizona), Mazatlán, and Alaska. Lori loved to try new things, including a mule ride to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, and a seaplane ride over the glaciers in Alaska. She was excited to see the glaciers before they melted, highlighting her concern for the environment.