Loretta Jean Domier, 68, of Portland, ND passed away April 12, 2012 in her home where she resided since 1981. Loretta Jean Domier was born November 6, 1943 in Cooperstown, ND, the daughter of Ingmar and Carrie (Taylor) Sjokvist. As a child she lived on the farm near Karnack, with her parents and two brothers and one sister. She attended rural schools and some college. She was a big help with the workings of the farm and helping with the younger siblings. She married Leslie Walker in July 1964 in South Dakota. The couple made their home near Hillsboro, ND, where they raised one daughter. They divorced in 1980. Loretta continued to live and raise her daughter near Hillsboro. Loretta worked as a waitress at the Country Kitchen in Hillsboro during that time. She married Gordon Domier in 1984 in Las Vegas. The couple made their home near Portland, ND. She continued to work as a waitress and became a cook in Portland, ND and Mayville, ND. They took many trips around the United States and saw many sights along the way. Loretta was a hard worker and had a sense of humor. Loretta enjoyed gardening, playing cards, sewing quilts and cooking big meals for her family, and celebrating birthdays, and holidays with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was very proud of her family. Loretta is survived by her husband: Gordon of Portland, ND; one daughter: Lonnie (Jarrod) Baker of Fargo, ND; four step- daughters: Darlydean (McComb) Apikelis of Minneapolis, MN, Rebecca (Harold) Ambroson of Elk Grove Village, IL, Lisa Domier of Olney MD and Kathy (James) Rygg of Portland, ND; one step-son: Randy (Becky) Domier of Grafton, ND; one sister: Inga (Richard) Wohlsdorf of Grand Rapids, MN; two brothers: Ingmar (Linda) Sjokvist of Dazey ND and Gary Sjokvist of Fargo ND; thirteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was also godmother to numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, and two children. Memorial Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at Perry Lutheran Church, Portland, ND. Visitation: Will be one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the church. Burial: Perry Lutheran Church Cemetery, Portland, ND.