Bertina J. LaGuire

Date of Death: February 16, 2012
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Bertina J. La Guire, 77, of Lafayette, died at 8:15 a.m. Thursday, February, 16, 2012, at St. Elizabeth East . She was born February 2, 1935, in Lafayette, to the late Louis and Helen Sherman Wilson. On May 31, 1952, here in Lafayette, she married Robert La Guire, and he survives. From 1954 to 2004Continue Reading

Pat Mull left a message on February 18, 2012:
I remember when my oldest daughter, Bonnie Trobaugh, who is now 40 burnt her hands on the oven door when she was 2. Always did like looking in a mirror... Tina was so upset she stayed the entire time we were in ER. She quit using the oven and used the microwave until she bought a new oven with a dark, non-reflective door. Then when there was the big blizzard and I was briefly working for Rohrman, I got stuck in the snow by her house. Purdue was closed and later 65 was closed, but not Rohrman&s. Later my now X-husband (Laura Piccione&s father) took a snowmobile and helped their son, Bobby. I think he was living in the country at the time. I remember Tina&s husband, Bob, from National Homes Acceptance and later at Purdue when he worked for Lafayette Office. What a great woman and a great family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Mike & Lois Jones left a message on February 17, 2012:
To all members of Bertinas family, we just want to offer our condolences and sympathy at your loss. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you.
Mike&Lois Jones
Sue McGee (crum) left a message on February 17, 2012:
Prayers and thoughts go out to Tina&s family and loved ones....she was an amazing woman. She watched my son and niece 38 years ago and my granddaughter 17 years ago. I never worried about them ever in her care and admired all her work with children. Heaven has a new angel!
Shannon Bordenet left a message on February 17, 2012:
I was sorry to hear the lose of your wife, mother and grandmother. Bob and Tina watched our son AJ from the time he was six month old until he was two. That was when they decided to stop their daycare for health reasons. They were wonderful to our son and family. I still can remember going to their house to talk to them about having AJ go to their daycare. I was sitting on the couch and he was getting fussy and crying and Tina said ""let me hold him."". She took him and started rocking him and he stopped crying. When I saw the way she was with him I knew in my heart this we be the beat place for him. He loved going to Bob and Tina&s! We will keep you and your family in our prayers.
Dianna Livingston left a message on February 17, 2012:
I am so sorry for everyone&s loss of a terrific lady. She was a wonderful person, friend, and care giver to my first daughter. I still can&t believe the work she did with the kids and having all of the babies in cloth diapers. I remember when all of the kids had pass around the chicken pox and my daughter and another girl were the only babies and they finally got the chicken pox and she said to bring Cari to them and Bob would rock both of the girls. She was there for me in a rough time in my life. I knew that my baby was well taken care of and that I had no worries while I was at work. Tina will be truly miss by all.

God Bless you and Tina
Dianna (Fortner) Livingston
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mike swindle left a message on February 17, 2012:
rest in peace my dear aunt tina. you will be missed by all your family and friends.
Betsy and Jason Slabaugh left a message on February 17, 2012:
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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