Ashley  Loftis

Ashley Ann Loftis (Ann)

Wednesday, August 25th, 1993 - Saturday, April 4th, 2020
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Memorial service for family and friends will be announced later, under the direction of Griffin Funeral Home.

Ashley Ann Wilbert Loftis was born August 25, 1993 and passed from this life on April 4, 2020 in Lafayette, LA.
She never met a stranger, we will miss her smile and her laughter. Her great love for life and for family and friends; to know her was to love her. Ashley was a valued employee at Walgreens and was loved by the staff and clientele. She also loved to work with seniors and they adored her, she brought light and life into their lives.

Those left to cherish her memories include her mother, Paula Frye Wilson & husband Danny; father, Gregory Duane Wilbert; Lyle Wilbert, & brother Joshua Wilbert of Bellflower , CA; Grandmother, Elizabeth Ann Corral and husband Alberto Soto; grandfather, Bernie Rohe & wife Sherry; Aunt, Pamela Karen Chudilowsky and husband Michael Joseph; Uncle, Joseph W. Wilbert (deceased) and children, Uncle David W. Wilbert & children; Aunt, Candice Hofer and husband Erik & children, Dixie Reese Chamberlain; Grandmother, Debra Bennett; Aunts, Darlene, Candy and Uncle Travis Frye and Brianne Korta; Grandparents, Cheryle Lopez & Joseph, Ben and Sheila Rollins, and Mickie & Michelle Miller; also survived by numerous cousins, aunts, uncles and many friends.

Griffin Funeral Home
West Monroe, LA
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Maryann Marks

Posted at 08:53pm
What a sweet soul... Ashley took care of my parents a few years ago. She was always so gentle, compassionate and kind towards them. She had the brightest smile and biggest laugh. Gone too soon but now an angel. Maryann M.

Dixie R Chamberlain

Posted at 12:28pm
My dearest Ashley, it's just not fair. You had so much life and love. You were the best thing in this world and the world will be less bright without you. To describe you would take up so much so I'll just leave this: you were bright, full of sunshine, sweet, kind, loving, giving, caring, full of laughter and Oh so bubbly. You were like a daughter to me and a true friend. You had the kindest most innocent soul I've ever known. You became family as soon as you walked through our door and you are so missed by everyone here. Kelly wanted to add that he loves you and always will. Kelly will be planting roses for you by the cabana with your picture. Your and my song was Up Town Funk by Bruno Mars, every single time without fail when we got in the car it would play. We would crank it up so loud and sing and dance to it. You and Kelly's was Sangria by Blake Shelton, and I loved hearing y'all sing it. And y'all's secret language and silly mating call as y'all called it. You two had the best and sweetest relationship I've ever witnessed.
We always had so much fun. The pic with Casey and Shandy with y'alls noses covered with the mask shows how much joy and silliness you had in you and that's one of the best things about you. Oh how I will miss you and your bright beautiful smile. Fly high my love


Posted at 01:33pm
We were so saddened to hear of Ashley’s passing. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Much Love, Rick and Patti Ashton

Amber Forester

Posted at 09:49am
I was the new girl to school, and when we rode the bus in high school,Ashley sat right behind me. She made me feel welcomed in that crazy high school world. I definitely looked up to her in those hard times of transition from one state to the other. She laughed at all my stupid jokes. Her laugh, made you laugh harder! She had the best laugh I've ever heard! Always greeted me with a smile and "Hey Amber!"
It's been y.e.a.r.s. since we've talked. But I can still she her smile and hear that amazing laugh!
I'll never forget you girl.
Rest easy now.
Your bus riding friend-
Amber Forester

Tonya Hundley

Posted at 09:56pm
You were such a joy for the short time I knew you.
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