She ran a tight ship for Dr. Dalsey for many years: seems Lois always had the answers. But, that‘s probably because she was never a problem oriented person; solutions were her thing. And, regardless of how sick a patient might be, Lois’ smile would make them feel a little bit better. Her home was no different. Lois kept an open door policy: drop-ins always welcomed. Lolo could feed an army; no friend of Dave or Ken ever went hungry. Though their pride may have been somewhat damaged from Lois putting a beating on them in Pinochle. She became a member of the school board at the time the new grammar school was built and gave many ideas and time to that project: Logan Township recognized her service with a proclamation. She was a mainstay at Bethesda UM Church where she and Ray were songbirds in the choir.
Besides an education at South Philly High she’d also meet a guy named Ray. Five years out of high school they’d marry and travel across the Cmdr. Barry to an unknown place called Logan Twp. Their 55 year union was blessed by sons David (Lisa) and Kenneth (Kim Potorti) and the joy of 3 grandchildren.
Come celebrate 71 song filled years Saturday 10 a.m. at Bethesda UM Church, Swedesboro. Donations to Bethesda UM Church, 1433 Kings Highway, Swedesboro 08085 will be appreciated.
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