Condolences for Lois Stone

Andrea Thompson posted on 6/1/12

Mimi, I will never forget you. You are in my thoughts every second of every day. I know you are now my guardian angel, and will be with me always.

 

Vivian Malham posted on 5/30/12

I met Lois when I was living @ Brenden Gardens. I have enjoyed our visits. She will be missed. With special thoughts and deepest sympathy to you and your family at the time. Vivian Malham

 

Benedictine University of Springfield, formerly Springfield Coll posted on 5/29/12

On behalf of Benedictine University, we would like to offer our deepest condolences on your loss. Our prayers are with you during this time.

 

Rita Davsko posted on 5/29/12

Dear Mr. Stone: I send my thoughts and prayers to you. I was blessed to have taken you to your truck one day a few weeks ago. Your lovely wife was also in the room that my dad was in a few months ago. I was so blessed to have meant you and I will keep you and the family in my prayers. Rita Davsko Samaratian at St. John's Hospital

 

Susan Beard posted on 5/27/12

I worked with Lois at the old Orthopaedic Center on Jefferson St. from 1975 until 1987. She was a wonderful nurse and a really fun co-worker. We especially enjoyed the Christmas luncheon and craft sale at the Sherman United Methodist Church each year for several years. I know all of her children and grandchildren will miss her greatly. You were so important to her.

 

Denny and Chris Kirchgesner posted on 5/27/12

Our deepest sympathy to John and all the Stone family. We will remember Lois in our prayers.