Roberto Loreto, 79, and his beloved wife, Emma 75 both long-time Bullhead City residents, passed away from complications from Covid on Tuesday, January 19 at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center in Bullhead City, AZ. Roberto passed away at 8:59 am and later that same day, Emma passed away at 4:38 pm. As she always predicted, they planned to go together on the same day.
Roberto Razcon Loreto was born on Sunday, November 30, 1941 in Nacozari, Sonora Mexico , son of Gabriel & Emma Razcon Loreto. Roberto worked hard all of his life in the culinary union and casino industry and was very proud of the day he became a US citizen.
Emma Bertha Torres Loreto was born on February 26, 1945 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, daughter of Castulo and Cleotelde Torres Coosio. Emma worked hard all of her life, always wanting to learn new skills. Emma loved helping other people. She was always there with kind words of encouragement, a ride or a couple of dollars and would do anything she could to help others.
Roberto and Emma are survived by their children: Walter C. (Soccoro) Fisher and Benjamin (Michele) Fisher, Tulsa, OK, Patricia Evanston, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Darlene (Tom) Lacy, Kettering, OH. Rosa Gonzalez, Patricia Loreto, Gladys Loreto and Adrina Loreto and Roberto Loreto, Jr. Between them there are over 30 grandkids and 24 great grandchildren.
Emma is survived by her brothers, Fausto Torres and Cruz Torres, sisters Terre Torres, Guadalupe Serrano and Adelita Santiago, sons.
Emma and Roberto were kind, gentle and loving people and they will be missed every day. You will be in our hearts and thoughts forever.