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Lois Lee McKee Enebrad

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Lois Lee McKee Enebrad Obituary

10/19/1927 to 07/06/2013

Lois was born to the late M. Paul and Mabel McKee in 1927 in Stockton, CA. Her brother, Richard Paul McKee, was born 2 years later. Lois was raised in the Dobbins/Marysville area of California.

Lois met and married the love of her life, Tino Enebrad Sr. Together, they nurtured their children, Tino Jr, Jordan, Fred and Jeanne. Tino and Lois enjoyed life to the fullest with the extended McKee and Enebrad families.

Lois enjoyed her career as a legal secretary. She spent many years in the Superior Court of San Joaquin County. She retired from the Kroloff, Belcher, Smart, Perry & Christopherson Law Office.

Lois is survived by her children, Tino R. Enebrad Jr. (Patty) of Stockton, CA, Jordan A. Enebrad (Pam) of Beaufort, SC, Fred D. Enebrad of Pasco, WA, and Jeanne D. Enebrad- Gunn (Steve) of West Richland, WA. Her sister-in-law, Norma McKee; and her beloved niece, Denise McKee Cardoza (Dan and children Darren, Dustin, and Diana). Lois' cherished grandchildren are: Tina Enebrad-Padron (Mario) of Stockton, Alison Enebrad-McGuire (Jason) of Okinawa, Japan, Aubrey Enebrad of Stockton, Nathan Enebrad (Molly) of North Carolina, Tino R. Enebrad III (Rose) of Stockton, Ruth Enebrad- Anderson (Brett) of Stockton, Charles Enebrad (Cassie) of Idaho, David J. Johnson of Stockton, and Michele Enebrad of Stockton. Lois is survived by her great-grandchildren: Austin, Daniel, Avery, Haleigh, Marcos, Genevieve, Mario, Cameron, Stephen, Adam, Brooke, Madison, Isabella, Julius, Asher, Nolan, Brady, Ava, Zachary, Ethan, Wesley, and Ellie.

Much to her heartbreak, Tino preceded her in death on 12/22/2003. Her favorite and only brother, "Bud", passed away the following year. Her grandson, Stephen Phillip Enebrad, great- granddaughter, Kaitlyn Victoria Enebrad, her daughter-in-law, Denise Hall Enebrad, and nephews Michael and James McKee, also preceded her in death.

Lois spent the last two years enjoying the company and friendship of Dick Tarnowsky of Stockton.

Lois did not wish to have a funeral service. A luncheon in her honor will be held at a later date.

Lois was a cancer survivor. If you would like to make an honorary donation, please consider Hospice of San Joaquin County.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on July 10, 2013
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