Lorraine Percy

The family of 86-year old Lorraine Percy says there will be no viewing, a small private service at Our Saviors Lutheran Church, where she had been a member for 60 years, and a graveside service with Pastor Peter Bertram officiating at both services.

Memorials may be sent to Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Lorraine Percy’s name, or to her family to be designated at a later date.

Lorraine L Percy was born to Herman and Emma Horst on August 10th, 1934 in Dallas, SD, and went to Heaven, Sunday November 22, 2020 from COVID-19. 

The family has grieved deeply over the isolation the pandemic has caused them and all who have experienced this. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

Lorraine had a twin brother Lawrence and a younger brother, Daniel.

She married Floyd Percy, September 18th, 1952. They had two children, Connie, born in San Jose, CA, and Terry, born in Rapid City, SD, before moving to Chadron in 1959. 

Lorraine was a hard-working person in custodial work and had many enjoyable memories working at Chadron Public Schools. She loved talking to the teachers and students. 

In retirement she collected recipe books and enjoyed cooking and baking for the family.

She is survived by her son Terry (Kristine) and daughter Connie (David Blaylock) Granddaughters, Melissa Blaylock and Amy (Scott Young) Great-Grandchildren, Aydan and Landry Young, Bradley Blaylock (Fiancé Angela), along with many nieces and nephews and three Sister-in-laws.

She is preceded in death by her Husband Floyd, both parents, and both brothers.

The family would like to sincerely thank Pastor Bertram for the years of care and guidance to Lorraine.

Thank you to everyone at Prairie Pines in Chadron and Thank you to Ponderosa Villa for their care and being with her in her final hour.

Thank you to Chamberlain Chapel in Chadron for their kind care.

Thank you to all family and friends who have prayed for our mom and all of us since we have not been able to see our mom in person since March 6th of this year when our whole world changed.