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July 19, 2018

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May 18, 2017
I met Lois at Safeway in 1977. We became mischievous friends. We were always doing things that we could have gotten in trouble for and had a great time doing it. I miss her smile and her laugh. I will never forget our camping trip - best camping trip ever! I love her very much. XOXOXO
March 28, 2017
Lois was a very sweet lady and will be missed..
Barb Van Zuiden
March 28, 2017
Lois was my cousin and as dear as a sister. We grew up together as children and were close throughout her life. She lived a life of experiences filled with love from her mother and family and friends. She walked with ongoing physical constraints due to falling out of a taxi-cab as a toddler and overcame it with laughter and joy. She knew the fullness of family with three children and loving connections with a broad and eclectic collection of dear friends and cousins. Lois overcame obstacles that would have knocked many out of life's path and she did so with a huge smile and an infectious laugh. Most of all, Lois not only held on to the laughter when she hit roadblocks, she reached out to others who were in need and helped them. I will always remember her as the child running with her brother "Butch," our cousin Bernice, and me on the dusty and sandy streets of Springfield, Colorado. Childhood gave her happiness, the world gave her challenges, and she gave love and laughter back. You are remembered, Lois.
March 27, 2017
You are at peace now and can rest. You are loved very much and will be missed here.