Dear Fritz and Family,,
It was always a blessing to see you and Lois at Church on Sunday. Lois always had a beautiful big smile and she was always so warm and genuinely pleased to see o you
Please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your very dear wife, Lois will be missed
I met Lois and Fritz at the First Baptist Church 8 years ago. We quickly got to know each other and remained friends. Lois was such a kind and loving woman
who always had a smile on her face and always with a friendly greeting. I will miss you a lot.
Dear Fritz and Family...
I am so sorry the loss of Lois, loving wife, mother and grandmother.
I met Lois and Fritz as a newcomer to First Baptist Church in 2015.
It was always so nice to see their welcoming faces every Sunday and receive a warm hug, especially as a new person to the church.
Within that year, I ended up joining the FBC choir and worship team and I always received very high accolades from both Lois and Fritz on my singing. One Sunday, I was even invited to their house after church to celebrate Lois' birthday where I met their beautiful family and even had the opportunity to sing with her talented daughters. Good times, as they say. I am very saddened by her passing but also elated that she has been called home to be with the Lord. May you find solace and peace knowing that she very much lives on in heaven and in our hearts. She truly was an amazing woman.
My deepest condolences...
Dear Fritz and family, I am sorry I never got to meet Lois. She sounds like someone I would have liked to know.
Please accept my sincere condolences at this sad time. Marilyn Westerman. #12. Coulee Ridge.
What a lovely and loving women!We are so Blessed and Honoured to know Lois as Julia’s grandma but then over the years with her kindness and care we felt her like our own.
Condolences to her whole family, we are saddened with this news but our lives are enriched with memory of your beloved wife,mom, grandma and great grandma Lois.
With our love
Maja ,Jovan and Andjela Petrovic