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July 23, 2018

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July 26, 2016
Lois was an old soul...even in her youth. She came into my life simply
Because she was a roommate of the young girl who became my
Wife of over fifty years..Alice Lou. We fell crazy in love , but it was
Lois who pushed us into a committed relationship.
Here is what is strange. My wife disappeared from this place eight years ago. The woman who helped fill her absence is named
:LOIS,
I will always remember the old heart who changed my life.
July 23, 2016
Dear, lesly
Allways a pleasure to see you mom. But better was watching your face, and seeing the love, joy, and admiration you had for her.
We are so fortunate and rich being able to share these gifts. I wish you peace and love,and beautiful memories of your mom.
Joe welsh
July 22, 2016
My husband Dan and I (with our 2 sons 7 and 12 yrs. old) bought the home next to Bob and Lois 15 yrs. ago. One evening while we were doing extensive work on our house before we could move in, Bob knocked on the door inviting us in to their home for dinner. They both welcomed us freely in to their lives. Each year Lois made our sons gingerbread cookies at Christmas and gave them Halloween bags full of candy while they were young. She also shared a tear or two with me at both of our son's parties when we sent them off to the military. Lois was, is and always will be a beautiful soul. Our heartfelt sympathies to Bob and their entire family for this loss.