Lois Elaine Poppe
1937 - 2020
BORN
1937
DIED
2020

Lois Elaine Poppe

October 15, 1937 - December 21, 2020

Lois Elaine Poppe, age 83, of Lincoln, went to be with the Lord on Monday, December 21, 2020. Lois was born October 15, 1937 to Alfred and Mary Schnuelle.

Lois is survived by her loving husband of 62 years Gerald Poppe; children, Debbie (Charlie) Schroeder, Dean (Donna) Poppe, Darcie Olsen; grandson, Luke (Katie) Poppe; two sisters, Carol (Jim) Barber, Jan Schnuelle; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Memorial services will be held at a later date. Go to www.lincolnfh.com. You can share a memory or condolences on her website.


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Published by Lincoln Journal Star on Dec. 27, 2020.
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Lois Poppe was one of the greatest advocates for our children. She was my daughters pre school teacher at the Little Red Bell in the Northeast Community Church. Over the years we saw each other at events concerning education. But her greatest gift was her unwavering kindness. Sending her family our sincerest sympathy, lots of love, and gratitude for her impact on so many lives. Rest In Peace dear Mrs. Poppe.
Kathy Danek
December 29, 2020
Gerald and family, Your Aging Partners friends offer their heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your dear wife and mother. I will always remember Gerald and Lois coming to our fitness center for regular workouts. You were both so committed to faith, family, friends and fitness. We will miss Lois.
Tracie L. Foreman
December 29, 2020
Truly saddened by this loss. It was just weeks ago that I was a luncheon guest with Lois and Gerald (outdoors, and with masks!) She seemed as clear-minded and vital as ever, so it comes as a shock to know that she is gone. All of us at Lincoln Literacy will be forever grateful to her for her service as our first full-time executive director and for her unwavering support in the decades since. Condolences to Gerald and the whole family.
Clayton Naff
December 28, 2020