Lois was such an inspiration to me - so talented musically, funny, and taught me to always stay young. She was the bright star at Sunday morning mass and I know she is still shining!
With great sorrow, I just learned of Lois' passing tonight. She taught my 3 children piano for many years. We will always have fond memories of her and enjoyed her stories, adventures and misadventures. I was a great admirer of her life, her heart and stamina. She truly was a very "special" lady and will be greatly missed.
I'm so sorry to learn of Lois's passing. She taught our daughter piano for many years and played beautifully for her wedding. She was a generous, kind, lovely lady, and will always be remembered with a smile.
Sincerely, Glenn Trippett
I first met Lois years ago when she taught my oldest daughter piano lessons. I kept in touch with her over the years as her Avon lady. But Lois was much more then a customer to me. She was a wonderful woman who I admired very much. She had such spirit. I looked forward to visiting with her and listening to the latest story. I always came away with a good laugh and a smile on my face. I was so saddened to her of her passing, she will truly be missed. My condolences to her family, may she rest in peace...
Lois was a very special member of our Picatinny family. We had so many great times together. She was always fun to be with, always had wonderful stories to tell, and was always a caring and warm-hearted friend. We will miss her.
The Ellis Family