"I have passed the mountain peak and my soul is soaring in the firmament of
complete and unbounded freedom;
I am in comfort, I am in peace."
- Kahlil Gibran
  • 77 years old
  • Born on February 13, 1939 in Norristown, Pennsylvania, United States.
  • Passed away on May 24, 2016 in Upper Providence Twp, Pennsylvania, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lois E Shanaman, 77, born on February 13, 1939 and passed away on May 24, 2016.

Lois was the second daughter of Ralph Yocum, Sr and Dorothy Yocum. Lois is survived by her older sister, Janet Rambo of Royersford, PA and younger brother, Ralph Yocum Jr and wife Louise of Collegeville, PA. Lois is also survived by her daughters, Tracy Vogel of Surfside Beach, SC and Terri Hunt of Naples, Florida.

Lois was blessed with five grandchildren: Peter Hunt II and his wife, Meryl Mou of Lanai, Hawaii, Paul Hunt of Naples, Florida, Ashlea Vogel of Pottstown, PA, Michael Vogel of Surfside Beach, SC and Patrick Hunt of Naples, Florida.

 We will remember her forever.

Posted by Linda Gann on 12th February 2017
you mom was awonderful lady i remeber all the good times we had in gratersford i also got to visit her later in pa ginny took me to visit her you guys were my second family
Posted by Tracy Vogel on 18th June 2016
Thanks to everyone for your condolences and prayers. My prayers have been answered that my mother is finally at peace. She fought for 16 years to stay with us. She loved life and her family. She especially loved being our mom, even through all the tough times and most of all she loved being Nana! Mom's other passions were music and dancing! I grew up listening to Eddie Arnold, Frank Sinatra and Brenda Lee and watching her dance around the house. She danced through her childhood with her sister, Janet and continued later in life with Ballroom Dancing. My mom is my inspiration! The days I didn't think I could make it, I thought of my mother and pushed on. She was kind, generous and loving. When I think about my mom and everything she did for us, the word "amazing" comes to mind. Mom, you're a hard act to follow! I'll keep doing my best to make you proud!

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