- 69 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 19, 1941
- Place of birth:
San Diego, California, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 24, 2011
- Place of passing:
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
|"My one wish is for all the children of the world to be happy." --Lois, 1994|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Lois Huffman, 69, born on October 19, 1941 and passed away on Easter morning, April 24, 2011. We will remember her forever.
"Happy Birthday mom.. Hope you are having a good one up there!! We love you and miss you.. And we know you are watching over us.."
"Happy Birthday mom!! Sorry it is late, the kids and I miss you very much.. We love you to and you are always in our prayers.. Keep looking down on us and making sure we are ok.. We love you!!"
"Happy Birthday Lois. It must be great celebrating in heaven. We are trying to live a good life...one you would be proud of.
"Sending our love to each of you, her precious family, as we pause to remember Lois today. You are part of her legacy. Blessings and love, Mertie & Fred"
You will always be remembered. As the years pass, the happier memores are replacing the more difficult memories. Be at peace and may all those who love you be at peace, as well.
"Always thinking of you, I love you."
"Thinking of you, Lois. May you be at peace and filled with love."
"God, see to it that Lois runs free now without joints that pain or memories that stop her in her tracks. Let her be the laughing friend who went house "shopping" with me in Breckenridge while our kids rode the hills on the Alpine Slide, probably not fooling one of the realtors who let us wander through the open houses we could only look and dream of. Keep her safe until we meet again. Mary"
"To my dearest mother in law you are truly missed and loved I will never let you go from my heart and memories love you Lois run with the bumblebees I know their your favorites"
"To our dear nieces, nephews, & families,
How quickly this year has passed since we shared remembrances of your mom and our sister with you. It gave us great joy to see you come together to honor her. She would have been so pleased.
Our prayers are with each of you. We send our love, Aunt Mertie & Uncle Fred"
"I love you Mom. I miss you so much. Every day."
"It has been a year since you have left us and the kids and I are thinking of you everyday. Mom we love you and miss you very much. I know you are in a better place and enjoying it with no worries."
"We celebrated your good times.
We loved you through the difficult times.
We know you are at peace and free from pain and worry.
We are grateful for the peace that you have had for a year now and forever more."
"It's been a year since you left this world, and I think of you every day, Mom. I love you, I pray for you, and I hope you're enjoying your time in heaven."
Have a suggestion for us?