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Lori Pendle, 55, passed away on March 3, 2018 at her home in Mesquite, NV. Lori was born to Larry Braithwaite and Tamra Arnold on April 22, 1962 in Ogden, UT. She married her high school sweetheart, Bobby Pendle, on June 6, 1980 in Mesa, AZ.
Lori was at her happiest at the beach. She loved being on the sand and near the water. One of her favorite experiences was swimming with dolphins with her husband, Bobby, at her side. They loved to travel everywhere together to places like Mexico, Oceanside, New England, and Colorado. She and Bobby met at sixteen in High School and quickly fell in love. They were later married and raised three amazing boys. Lori was known to have always put her kids first, and loved all of her grandchildren.
She NEVER knew a stranger and loved talking with anyone she came in contact with. She cared deeply for everyone around her. Lori was a special person with a magnetic personality. She had a beautiful smile and her laugh was contagious. She appreciated the simple things in life. She worked for many years at the Dixie Center, and several more working at the correctional facility in St. George, UT, as the Program Coordinator. She brought in many of the education, religious, and rehabilitation programs, along with many recreational opportunities for the inmates.
Lori is survived by her husband; Bobby Pendle, her sons; Bobby Lee (Amie) Pendle, Lonny W. (Katie) Pendle, and Brandon James (Amanda) Pendle, her grandchildren; McKenzie Pendle, Zac Pendle, Addy Pendle, and Brooklyn Pendle, her mother; Tammy Braithwaite, her siblings; Holly Hipps, Lonny Braithwaite, and Jody Pendle, many nieces and nephews, and many other beloved family members. Lori is preceded in death by her father; Larry Braithwaite, and her sister; Cindy Braithwaite.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Mesquite Vistas Sports Club at 851 Pinnacle Court, Mesquite, NV on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. PST. The family invites you to leave a message or memory in their Guest Book.
"Lori Pendle was an angel on earth. She is my bride, she is my girlfriend, she is my best friend, she is my lover, she is my Baby Girl, she is my brat, she is my wild and crazy woman, she is my rock, she is my everything. She is gorgeous. She had a lot of medical problems, but she was always positive, and always gave everyone her beautiful smile, and it was my privilege to care for her. I would still love and care for her for the next thirty+ years if I had the chance. Everyone that was fortunate to meet her, fell in love with her."