Lotte Waybright

Born on July 26, 1931 in Augsburg, Germany
Departed on September 27, 2021 in Melbourne, Florida

Lotte Waybright, 90, of Melbourne, Florida passed away at her home on September 27, 2021. Lotte was born July 26, 1931 in Augsburg, Germany to Philipp and Elsa Reitmayr. Growing up as a young girl in Germany during WW2 was difficult but made her strong. She met her husband, an American soldier, after the war and at the age of 22 left her homeland and family to live in the United States. She taught herself English and was proud to become an American citizen. Moving around as a military wife, she held many jobs but her main focus was that of a homemaker. Anyone who knew her would not only remember her kind and generous soul but her fabulous cooking.

In addition to her parents, Lotte was preceded in death by her daughter Karen Waybright, her husband Clyde of 62 years, brother Gustl Reitmayr and sister Erna Wuzik.

She is survived by her daughter Ruth Copper (Larry) of Melbourne FL; four grandchildren, Lisa Marshall, Laura Miloshoff, Eric Householder and Stacy Householder; eight great-grandchildren, Austin, Colton and Jenna Marshall, Lyla and Jude Miloshoff, Evelyn and Colin Householder, Scarlettmae Darby; her sister Karin Chapman (Dave) of Howell Michigan; along with many nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hospice of Health First or the Humane Society of South Brevard.

Hospice of Health First
Humane Society of South Brevard

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Cornelia Berroth from Großaitingen, Germany wrote on October 12, 2021:
Aunt Lotte is now with all her deceased loved ones, she had to wait so long, I will always love my "Aunt Lotte" and never forget (she was also my godmother) even if we lived so far apart, the visits were always an experience, we always had a lot of fun, good food, "pizzafruitcake" for my birthday, trips to the Bavarian mountains and laughed a lot (Biziko in eurido). We keep them in good memory and thank God for their long life. We wish everyone a lot of strength for this difficult time in love Deine Nichte Conny
Sandy Dwyer from Livonia wrote on October 11, 2021:
I have so many special memories. She will always be in my heart and like you mentioned with her cooking, I so wish I could cook like her! She was such a strong and special lady. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Aunt Lotte will be missed by all of us. I love you and will have you in my prayers.
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