Lolita Marie Reinwalt

December 14, 1959 ~ July 10, 2021 (age 61)


Lolita Marie Reinwalt, daughter of Vivian Alesta East & John Tomoff, was born in Denver, Colorado on December 14, 1959. She went to her big party in heaven just before 11pm on July 10, 2021 at the age of just 61 years.
Lolita's parents were not married long, leaving her a lot of quality years spent just her & her beloved mother. Her grandmother Maxine Wulf also played a huge role in her childhood years. In 1972 her mother married John East & the family moved to their forever home in the mountains of Shawnee, Colorado. Lolita was active in many activities in high school, including the Pacers drill team. After graduating she went on to college at Mesa State for nursing, she would end up leaving school for what would be a short marriage. Eventually she would move to San Diego, California where she remarried & was blessed with her two beautiful daughters. In 1988 the family moved to Nebraska. After spending many years being a homemaker, Lolita went back to college & graduated at the age of 40 as a medical assistant. She also worked as a volunteer EMT as well as having her own craft & antique store. In 2006, after the passing of her mother, she came home to her beloved mountains where she proudly lived out the rest of her days. Her two silly cats & one spoiled puppy always by her side. Lolita was blessed in life; sharing so many smiles, tons of hugs & never ending love with all those who came into her life. Her family was si very important to her & she devoted herself to being there for her daughters, grandsons & granddaughters, son in law & countless other family members she held so close to her heart.
Her big smile & warm hugs will be both missed & remembered by us all. Preceding her in death were her mother Vivian East, her 'father' John Tomoff, her 'dad' John East & her half sister Ramier Frank. Left to treasure her memory are her daughter Laurine Reinwalt & her family of Central City, Nebraska; daughter Brandi Reinwalt & grandsons Justin & Brandon of Grand Island, Nebraska; her step siblings LaVaughn & husband Mel Shipman, Melvin East, Midge Hansen & Mona Biehn; her sister by choice Cindy Cook & family as well as the entire Thomas family of Chapman, Nebraska; as well as countless other nieces, nephews & extended family. 
As Lolita would say, "God Bless you all!"

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