Great grandma lois I wish I had visited her more often at least I know she is with jesus now. I have very fond wonderful memories of being with her. Watching I love lucy and golden girls. She always made us girls drink that aweful carrot juice lol I miss her. Love you grandma
Sorry for the loss of your beautiful Mother I know she must of been special from the stories I heard from daughters Louetta and my special friend Lynda .. May God Bless all of Ms Lois's family and many friends ... Sincerely , Ruby Christopherson
My Dear Aunt Lois.....I always loved going to Eugene as a child to visit Aunt Lois and her family. Picking cherries,eating the best turkey soup anyone could make. She would drive Lynda,Sherrie and I aound in the volkswagon looking at Christmas lights. I have so many great memories with us all back in New Mexico. I will miss not being able to give her a call but she is smiling that big happy, loving smile up in Heaven with my Dad, Bruce, her little brother, Grandma and Grandpa Hobson and all her brothers and sisters. I love you and all your family.....Marsha and Jerry and family.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your entire family. God Bless You.
Marjorie Bushman and Mary Kennedy
My Grammy Bell ever since I was a little boy I remember her telling me to take my vitamins she always had good health tips for all the grandchildren
When I was in sixth grade I had my Apendex removed my Gramma was there as a nurse LPN she always showed so much love to me as her grandson , she always had smile on her face, a kind word of encouragement and a bible verse ,we are so thankful to have such a wonderful christian Grandmother Some day we will all be together again in Heaven
From my very earliest memories Lois was a part of my life. We all lived in McCleary, Washington, before heading to Eugene, Oregon. It was there that Lois and my mother Edith, her sister, would raise their families. My mother was still living at home in Amistad, when as she loved to tell, "I was sixteen when Lois was born." I feel they always shared a special bond. Our families shared many good times over the years, which usually included food, best fried chicken ever. My Aunt Lois was always very special to me. I am so grateful that I was able to visit her in her comfy little house in Alaska and more recently a short visit on the phone. Lois lived a long caring life, with God as her guide. She will be greatly missed, but remembered forever. We send our love to all her family.
Lovingly, Freda Findlay (niece) and family
April 09, 2013
I wish to share the gift I was given a few days before my Aunt Lois passed away, I talked to her on the phone. We expressed our love for each other. we shared special times together, when we lived in New Mexico, Oregon and my vist to Alaska. Lois came from a true Pioneer Family that Land Claimed in the early 1900's in Amistad, New Mexico. Lois and her family are very dear to me. My thoughts and love are with each of you. Nadine Hillis Lee
Lois, "Gramma Bell" as I knew her was a wonderful, kind Christian woman. I know she will be greatly missed by her family and friends. My condolences to her family. Cindy Etchison
I have many, many memories of spending time with Lois (my great Aunt) and family in Eugene. Had a lot of picnics in her back yard, picked a lot of cherries, and always had such delicious food. I remember visiting her in Alaska where her Bible was always near her in her little home - so warm and filled with love - a very special person in my life - in my heart forever. Diane Moskal
Your family has definately lost a precious jewel but what a wonderful legacy she has left behind. My sympathies and thoughts to all of you. She was a very special lady.
Lois (Mrs.Bell) you will be in our hearts forever.
I so remember spending nights at your home in Eugene with your daughter Sherri. You were working through the night and we would see you for just a few minutes in the morning before heading off to high school. Even after working all night, you were still funny and smiling. Probably looking forward to us leaving so you could get some rest.
I missed you all so much when you moved to Alaska, but also realized you were all just following your dreams.
Your famiy will miss you so much but someday we will all meet again. We will have a wonderful time visiting and talking about our memories.
You will always be in our memories and hearts.
Connie Hammond and Family
Little Grandma as we would call her, will be missed. Always a funny story, positive word of encouragement, including a bible verse, health tips, and supportive with the kids. We always left her house in a good mood. We are ever so thankful for such a strong Godly grandmother. Someday we will meet again when The Lord calls us home.......
Lois will be missed by all who was ever blessed with her presence! We love you Lois and all of the Amarillo family have lost one of our greatest members of our family.
I recall from a very young age when Lois would come visit her sister Corinne (my grandmother) in Amarillo, she would bring these massive King Salmon down for us to BBQ. I was just amazed at the size of the fish and couldn't believe she would bring them all the way down to Texas for us! I always said I would one day visit Alaska.
As soon as I had the opportunity to move to Alaska it took about 5 minutes for me to make my decision. It was hard to leave my family, friends and everything I knew, but I always dreamed of coming up and couldn't pass it up. I made Alaska my home for many years and loved spending time with Lois! She was so funny, witty, giving and always had a smile. Just like her sister Corinne and I am sure the rest of her brothers & sisters. I am proud to be part of the Hobson family tree.
Your family here will miss you but I know my mom and grandma are very excited to have you with them.
"There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in our heart."
Dustin, Tina, Nick and Peyton Berry