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Lois B. (Bach) Dansdill

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Lois B. (Bach) Dansdill Obituary
Lois B. Dansdill was the first child born to Fred and Ann Bach on January 18, 1916, in a farmhouse outside of Hillrose, Colorado. She passed away on April 15, 2017 in Brush, Colorado. Her father died unexpectedly shortly after Lois' 6th birthday. Not long after, her sister, Mildred, now deceased, was born.
The family moved to Brush, CO, living with their maternal grandmother, Christine Madsen, which allowed Ann to attend a business school in Denver on weekdays, in preparation to support her family.
When Lois was a young teenager, they moved to Akron, a town that would become her home for the rest of her life. Following graduation from Akron High School, she attended Sterling Junior College before marrying John E. Dansdill on January 13, 1934.
This union was blessed with four children: Fred C. (Joanne), E. Anne (Darrell) Gray, John E. Jr. (Carole), and Richard B. (LaVada).
Lois will be remembered for her love of family, church, and community. She was an avid reader and excellent bridge player. Her most recent community involvement was submitting the winning slogan: "Akron, small town with a big heart" in January 2017.
Lois was preceded in death by her husband, John (1998) and son, Fred (1998). She is survived by her three remaining children and spouses; eight grandchildren Robert, Fred Jr., & Lois Kubitchek, Clint Gray, Jeffrey, Scott, and Kim Pearce, and Jayson Dansdill; 4 great-grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends.

A Limb has fallen from the family tree.
I keep hearing a voice that says,
"Grieve not for me. Remember the best times, the laughter,
the songs. The good life I lived while I was strong.
Continue my heritage, I'm counting on you.
Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through.
My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest.
Remembering all, how truly I was blessed.
Continue traditions, no matter how small.
Go on with your life, don't worry about falls.
I miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin.
Until the days comes we're together again."
-Author Unknown
Published in Akron News-Reporter on Apr. 27, 2017
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