Paulette Ann De Lorto

Paulette Ann De Lorto

January 22, 1943 - December 14, 2009

Paulette Ann De Lorto

January 22, 1943 - December 14, 2009


Paulette Ann De Lorto lives in , passed away at the age of 66.
Born on January 22, 1943 and passed away on December 14, 2009.

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16 responses to Paulette Ann De Lorto

  1. We were glad we had the pleasure of meeting you here on earth and one day we will meet you again in Heaven. We wish all of your family and friends peace knowing that you are in a better place then we are.

  2. I remember the powerful anointing that Paulette moved in, as She played Her keyboard in that Majestic way that only She could. The Lord used Her mightily to bring countless people directly into His presence.

    I remember how much She loved Her wonderful husband Gregg, and how she glowed when she spoke of Him. They were truly meant to be together. I remember how they flowed in perfect unity and harmony, when they played their instruments together in church.

    I remember how kindly she spoke to my late wife Julie when she sensed something might be wrong, or when she just felt julie needed some encouragement.

    I remember how much She loved Jesus….

    Paulette, please tell Julie that Sophia and I think of Her every day. And thank her for me, for sending My new bride Sabrina to take care of us. Interestingly, Paulette, Julie, and Sabrina all share the same middle name “Ann”

    The praise band in heaven just got an awesome new keyboardist!!!!

    Rock it Sister!

    Frank Montenegro

  3. Karen Acree says:

    Paulette was a good friend during Jr and Sr HighSchool. Another friend and I played a Bach violin duet over 4-5 of those years and Paulette was our accompanist. She was a wonderful musician but also a better friend. Look forward to our meeting again in heaven. My prayers are with the family.

  4. Please convey my best wishes and condolences to the family of Paulette. Paulette was a very important and wonderful student in my choirs at Minot High School. She was a great talent and a great accompanmist for the Symphonic Choir. Her great talent and wonderful personality helped make our musical moments together the best.


    Hardy D. Lieberg

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