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Our deepest sympathy to you and Genoa. Lois was indeed a sweet and caring lady. Poker games without her chocolate chip cookies will never be the same. But, I know she will be there in spirit.

Carlton & Josephine Brown

Bob, Genoa, & Todd, My deepest heartfelt sympathy. I miss my dear friend.

Bob and Genoa, I am so sad to hear of Lois' passing, she was a wonderful Lady and we are going to miss her dearly.My prayers are with you.

Bob and Genoa,

I am so sorry for your loss...my heart is hurting for your family. Lois was loved by so many, and touched so many people in a positive way. Prayers, love, and hugs to your family.

Words fail me. The Griffins are such a big part of my life story, it's difficult to think Lois won't be here to be part of my last chapter. I would hope that she and Dave will find each other so together they can keep an eye on us all, going forward from here. Lois was a very special person, I am honored to have called her my friend, and I am so sorry for our loss. My deepest sympathy to you all.

We're so sorry to hear of Lois's passing. We cherish the memories of her abilities and kindness in computer work as well as her competitive spirit playing cards. She will be missed.

With our sympathies,
Bill & Sharon Schafer

Bob, Genoa & Todd, my thoughts & prayers are with you all. I had the honor & privilege of knowing Lois through COT & we became friends. She was everything you said & more..I always enjoyed coming over & talking to her. She had huge shoulders for crying on & wisdom beyond words. I will miss her deeply...


Lois's Obituary

GRIFFIN, Lois (Diehl), 67, lost her battle with cancer and passed away to be with the Lord Dec. 24, 2012 at the LifePath hospice house in Temple Terrace, Fla. Lois was born in Norfolk, Va. to the late John and Dorothy Diehl on October 16, 1945. Lois is survived by her husband, Robert Griffin,...

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