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July 18, 2013
Lois trained many of us lawyers during her tenure as a Court Clerk. I was one of those she trained. I know that she trained several Judges also. She is probably taking her Angel training now. I hope she is assigned to me in her new role in Heaven.
July 12, 2013
I knew Lois back in the 70s and early 80s as a fellow Legal Secretary. She was charming, vivacious, happy, helpful, friendly - I'm running out of adjectives. I'm sure she will be greatly missed by her family. Rest in Peace Lois.
July 12, 2013
Our 'Lil Lois will be greatly missed. She was a joy to her friends, bringing much laughter and kindness.

Sue Martin (friend and former co-hort at Kroloff, Belcher, Smart)
July 11, 2013
To the ENEBRAD Family...Lois was one of my favorite McKee cousins, our fathers were brothers in that large family. Lois was the artistic one and I so enjoyed the cards she designed for our reunions, anniversaries and even memorials. The old chimney still stands where she lived in Oregon House and I drive by it daily. Rest in peace sweet Lois and say hi to Tino.
July 10, 2013
Aunt Lois will always be remembered for her kindness, her calming presence and her open heart. RIP Aunt Lois and enjoy your reward with Uncle Tino. God's blessings to you and your whole family and much aloha to all who loved her.
July 10, 2013
The first time I met Lois my brother Tino had invited me over to his new apt @ the Lamplighter for dinner "gingerbeef" and beer Yea! He was so cool in his late thirties, he was playing Joe Williams on the stereo when I arrived, he made me feel.very special and of course I adored him he was so much fun. He said he has someone he wanted me to meet, minutes later he introduced me to an attractive champagne blond that lived a few doors down. I saw that their faces both lit up when they talked to each other. Fastforward. Soon they married and moved into a townhome nearby, one day I picked up Sister and brought her over to meet Lois. Lois played the organ for us, she reccounted that when Tino left that morning, she watched hom thru the window, as he was backing out he hit the gas to hard and his head flew back, knowing that he was being watched he kept his head in that position until he was out of sight,we laughted so hard he now had a captive audience to his delight. Soon after Lois and I went house hunting and became fast buds, later we went house hunting to find a place for Mama,Pete and me. Lois changed all of our lives for the better, she was easy to be with and loved to laugh, she was kind and caring and loved life, she loved animals as did Tino. Lois was a true blessing! Love, Cathy
July 10, 2013
No time on earth is long enough to share with those we love or to prepare our hearts for good-bye.
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