Condolences for Lois Romer Poorman

Bob and Shirley Winters posted on 10/22/16

We are so sorry about the passing of your wife, Lois. We did not know her, but it was interesting to read about her. She must have been quite a lady. We pray for God's blessing on you at this time.

 

Chaplain Chris Nilges posted on 10/20/16

Our hearts go out to you at this time. It was a joy to be able to support Lois at Concordia Village. We had our hymn sings every Thursday and I know this was a blessing to her as she was a blessing to us. You will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Mary Fortner posted on 10/19/16

My deepest sympathy to Dr. Poorman and family. Mrs. Poorman was a gracious first lady of Lincoln Land Community College. My thoughts and prayers remain with the family.

 

Carl Jones posted on 10/18/16

My deepest condolences, and prayers to the entire family and friends. Dr Poorman is a cherished friend and was a great leader for LLCC. I have worked there for 35+ years and some of my fondest memories were when "Doc" was there. Prayers of comfort and love to all.

 

JoLynn Baldwin posted on 10/17/16

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Poorman family. We are so sorry for your loss. Joyce Friedman and JoLynn Baldwin

 

Carol and Dean Kaesebier posted on 10/17/16

Mark, our deepest sympathy to you and your entire family on the loss of your dear mother. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Connie Locher-Bussard posted on 10/17/16

To all the Poorman Family....My sympathy to all of you. Lois was a wonderful woman, met her when you moved here for the college and she joined AAUW. We had many meetings and good times together. I will keep you in my prayers. Connie

 

Lindsay posted on 10/17/16

We are sorry for your loss. It sounds like she was a very involved member of the church and the community. Thinking of your family.

 

Carolyn Woo posted on 10/17/16

I knew Mrs. Poorman mostly through her son Fr. Mark and daughter Jan. From their faith and accomplishments, I can see Lois' devotion to her husband and family, her influence on their achievements, her zest for life and most important, her love for God. May she now rest in eternal peace. Carolyn Woo and David Bartkus