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Lois P. Allen

New Bern, North Carolina

Oct 22, 1924 – Dec 6, 2010


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Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home Obituary

Lois Elizabeth Patterson "Pat" Allen, 86, departed this life on Monday, December 6, 2010. She was a resident at The Courtyards of Berne Village in New Bern, NC.She was formerly of Greensboro, NC where she worked as a Registered Nurse at Moses Cone Hospital. After retirement, Pat...

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Dear Larry, David and Gin,Pat and I worked together in the Cone Family Practice Center with the Family Practice Residency program. She was a wonderful person and a pleasure to work with. Our head RN , Renie Ledwell and I became good friends with her and continued seeing her even after we all left Cone. We spoke of her many times after she left Greensboro and missed her. The weather and health kept us from attending the service for which I am sorry. Know that she was a very special person and...

Having Pat-Pat for a grandmother is unforgettable and she will forever have a special place in my heart. She always took interest in our lives and made every effort to make us feel special—all the time! My mind is flooded with all the treasured memories we shared. No matter the event, from minor sports or school accomplishments, Pat-Pat always recognized them in a special way. As a child she was famous for sending us “special” cards throughout the years that always had a little cash...


I met your Mother, as a result of her friendship through Cone Nursing with my deceased Mother Elaine Wray. When Mama was on her way to a brighter world...Your Mama was one of a great group of nurses who ran the schedule for Making sure Mama was never alone in the hospital...and that she got excellant nursing care. Pat McLean was in this group also. I will remember her for quitely and calmly helping folks feel at ease. She just had a way about her, that was soothing. Heaven has gained...

No one could give me hugs like Aunt Lois. I knew I was loved. She was always so good to me and to my family. I will miss her, her sweet smile and sweet spirit. I love you, Aunt Lois.
Dave and Larry you and your families have been and will continue to be in my family's thoughts and prayers.

Larry and Dave, your mom's legacy lives on through you. What an inspiration she was! We will miss her smiling face and arms always open to embrace. Yet, we rejoice that God in His mercy, allowed Lois to celebrate this Christmas in His very presence.
You and your families are in our thoughts, our hearts and our prayers.

I will truly miss all the many, many, many hugs and kisses that Aunt Lois so generously gave during our visits together and she did so enjoy giving them. My heart hurts at our loss but rejoices in the fact that she is now whole again and will spend this Christmas at the feet of Jesus with our other loved ones that have gone before us- what a way to spend Christmas. Love and hugs to Dave and Larry and their families you are in my prayers. Love you Aunt Lois-you will be missed. Fran