Nicole Loeffler Reid
Reid, Nicole Loeffler 45, of Minneapolis, MN left our world on September 2, 2020. To know Nicole was to love her and to be blessed with the magic that followed in her aura. Most recently she cultivated her decades of expertise and talent into her business, Gestalt Coaching and Consulting. This allowed for her to blend her desire to create forward, meaningful, systemic changes in the business world that welcomed and valued all abilities and talents, which is something Nicole had spent her career aspiring to change. Her interests were as diverse as her friend groups; you could find Nicole at a dance party at 4 am and brunch later that morning, walking her dog Gabby across the Stone Arch Bridge at noon, and tickling her nephews in the afternoon. When she wasn't meeting new friends (which honestly, was all the time) Nicole relished spending time with her family and friends, and especially her dog Gabby. Nicole will be cherished and loved forever by her husband, James Reid; parents Kathleen Loeffler (Orono, MN) and Wayne Loeffler (Floral City, FL), her siblings Heather, Brodie, and Breane, their spouses, and of course her nephews and nieces who adored her, along with anyone who was fortunate enough to be blessed with knowing her. We plan to honor her exceptional life at a future date at a time and place that would be able to accommodate all those who wish to celebrate this unique woman and the boundless life she lived. May we all hope to squeeze as much love, zest, and enjoyment out of our lives as Nicole in her short time on earth. Nicole was a case study in a life well-lived. She was a Humanist, seeing her role in this universe to have a purposeful, joyful life that has a responsibility and duty to one another and our planet. Should you choose to honor her memory, may we suggest causes dear to Nicole's heart: walkin.org, blacklivesmatter.org, tubman.org, hrc.org/, thetrevorproject.org/, animalhumanesociety.org/ Be a nice human. Stay weird. All we have is now.
Published on September 6, 2020
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