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Condolences for Lois A. Graff

We were very sad to read about Lois' passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Dick, and all of your family. Lois was one special lady. She will be missed by many.
From Dan & Lori Geary

I am so sorry to hear that Lois has passed away. She was a mentor to me when I started in the working world at the ripe old age of 17 at Trane Co. She had more patience than should have been expected from a human being. WE had more laughs than I could ever share. I do remember our bowling years together. I think she made a planter out of her bowling ball. She was absolutely a piece of sunshine in this world and will be greatly missed.
From Mary Jane Scoville/Curran AKA-Janie

Dick, Kim and all the family. I am so sorry to hear of Lois' passing. I've thought of all of you often through the years. You will be in my heart and prayers in the coming days and weeks.
From Linda Gleason

Dick: Our sincerist sympathy to you & your familly.
From Eber & Shirley Chapman

Dear Dick and Family, So sorry to hear of Lois' passing. My heart is with you.
From Cindy Harnish

Dear Dick and family, Our sincere sympathy on Lois's passing. We will always remember her smile and laugh. She always made us laugh. You are in our prayers.
From Bill and Laurie Riordan (Laurie Kellicut)

My sympathy to your family. I met Lois through her visits to the clinic. She was one of the kindest people I have ever met and I will always remember the "bling" she wore on her coat that said, "Queen!" Again, my prayers to your family.
From Jennifer Gloede

Sorry to hear about Lois' passing. Besides all the wonderful things mentioned in her obituary, I'm thinking there was never a baby she didn't want to hold either. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I am sure you have many special memories of Lois that will stay with you forever (I do too).
From Debbie and Dave Wittwer