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10/20/2015 12:00 to 1:00 pm at the All Veterans Care Center at 1338 S Jason St, Denver, CO.

Lois J. Sterner

Born:
March 13, 1928
Passed Away:
October 12, 2015

Passing away on October 12, 2015, Lois J. (Aubele) Sterner. Lois is survived by Bob, her husband of 61 years, along with her two children Susan and Rob. There are two grandchildren Dillon and Mikey. Lois had a long career as a singer with the Hormel company in the early fifties and then as a contralto soloist for 18 years at a Presbyterian church in Pittsburgh, PA. Lois was also active in caring for the sick and bedridden over the years.

 

7 Responses to Lois J. Sterner

  1. Janice Chisnell Kaufer says:

    My prayers are with all of you, Bob,Susie, and Robbie. My family will never forget her hospitality after our ski trips. Her laugh was infectious and her voice was so soothing!!! She always welcomed us despite her painful back and joints. I think my sisters and I inheirited her love for slots and casinos!! There is a place in heaven for Lois Always, Jan and family

  2. suzanne Peters Garrety says:

    Dear Bob, What a precious tribute your friend paid to Lois. I learned more about her in a few minutes than I remembered from the past.Am thinking and praying for you today. Mary Fetrow has been instrumental in keeping we remaining cousins together. It is a wonderful thing, to have the memories of the past. Sincerely, Cousin Suzanne

  3. Betty Romano says:

    My memories of Lois go way way back to when I was about 9 or 10 and wanting so much to sing like her and be on the radio program. I did make it on the program but never was able to sing like her. She was one of a kind. But the best memories are the fun, the laughter, the good times we had together over the years. I have so many really funny stories I could relay, but it would take a book to write them all. I will miss her voice, her laughter, and the way she cold find humor in any situation. I am sure she is creating an uproar in heaven right now, as she did wherever she went. Love you all so much and will miss her forever.

  4. Betty Romano says:

    Thinking of all of you today and sending warm thoughts and prayers. My memories of Lois go all the way back to when I was 9 years or so and wanting so much to be able to sing like her.l Of course I never made it, but did manage to sing on a few shows over the years. Most of all i will remember the laughter…so many funny incidents it would take a book to list them all. I can laugh through the tears because I know she is causing an uproar in heaven right now…as she did everywhere she went. I love all of you and will talk soon.

  5. Jim and Donna Nieman says:

    Dear Bob, Susie and Rob. We are sending much love, prayers and special thoughts your way. Wish we could be with you during this time of loss. Lois (your Mom) always had a special place in her heart for all of you. I will miss talking to her; even though she was not feeling well we could always end up laughing at something, or someone. Love again to all of you, Donna an Jim

  6. Marianne Rizzuto says:

    I was blessed to have met, and honored to be called a friend to Lois. I will remember her always, I’m so happy she had a loving family with her for so many years. Bob was a super husband for Lois and I am also happy to call him my friend.

  7. Herb and Joan Baugh says:

    Dear Family, Lois and you were very special in our lives since 1963. She was a trusted friend. We enjoyed singing in the choir with her. Lois and her rich voice will be greatly missed. Our prayers and love go to each of you. Blessings.

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