Lois-Milligan-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Bill DeBerry Funeral Directors - Denton

Lois Adams Milligan

Sep 4, 1948 - Mar 3, 2013

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My sweet mom,
Doesn't seem like five years you went to heaven.
I miss you so much.
God has such a beautiful Angel.
One day, we will be together again, but for now keep watching over us,
I love you so very much
Your Daughter Deborah Her

My Dear it has been five years and yet I still remember your last tear the last time I held your hand the last time I brushed your hair. I remember our last words to each other.

If I could have chosen, you would have stayed. I trust God, He knows what's best. It was His will that you rest.

Each day I thank God for giving me a Christian Sister and I ask Him to bless your soul.
Then I say to you I love you Lois!.
- Birdielanell

Another year baby girl, not any easier to be without you. I miss you so much. And by Gods grace I will see you again, looking forward to that day. I have peace in my heart knowing you are in the arms of our Lord and Savior, just singing and dancing, no pain or sickness. I will always love and miss you until we meet again. Always your husband Ron

My sweetheart I can't believe you have been gone for 5 years now, it doesn't seem that long because I talk to you each morning and evening before I go to bed. I still miss you , I have moved back to Texas was not happy in Missouri even though Debby and Sonia are there, this is home. I guess I'll die here, no matter where I am you will always be with me. I often see things during my travels that reminds of us being there maybe eating dinner or shopping, I just wish we could be doing it again I...

I thank God for his Grace in giving Lois to be my Sister. I think of Lois daily and love her very dearly. To me, it is difficult to adequately express how I feel about Lois's passing. There are times when the thought of her leaving is painful, but I am assured that I will see her again. When I think of the times we spent together, I am blessed with the warm and reassuring feeling that the Comforter brings. Lois is at Peace and Resting in the Arms of God. O Death, where is thy sting? O...

My beautiful mom.
I love and miss you so.
I wish I could see that' beautiful smile and hear your laugh.
I miss our talks and I can still hear your voice calling me Deborah Her.
Your grandkids and great grand kids love and miss you so much.
Happy Birthday in heaven Mawmaw
I will forever love you
Love, your daughter
Deborah .

Baby girl I don't know what happened I submitted a birthday note on September 3rd and it's still not showing, must have done something wrong because I never forget to send something. I'll always love ❤ and miss you it really doesn't get easier as time goes by. I know you had a beautiful celebration with Jesus and you're doing great. I miss you and looking forward to seeing you again. Always your loving husband Ron

I celebrate you today Lois. I celebrate your life and your love. I celebrate because you are a gift from above. I wish I could hug you and tell you how much you are missed and loved. So I'll just say a prayer and Jesus will deliver it to you in heaven above. Loving and missing you until we see each other around God's throne. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

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Lois's Obituary

Lois Adams Milligan went home to be with the Lord at the age of 64 in Denton, Texas. Lois was born in Jamestown, TX on September 4, 1948 to Elisher and Sudie Adams. She married Ronald Milligan January 29, 1988 in Dallas, Texas. She is survived by her husband, Ronald Milligan; daughters Deborah...

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