Lois

October 31, 1931 ~ April 19, 2021

Born in: Scranton, PA
Resided in: Greece , NY

 

Greece: Sunday, April 18, 2021. Predeceased by her parents, Frank Sr. and Cora Jones, brother, Frank Jones, Jr.; sister, Ann Jones. Survived by her sons, William (Linda) Howell, David (Anna Marie) Howell; grandchildren, Brandon (Christen) Howell, Tyler (Mary-Colleen) Howell, David Howell, Jr., John William Howell, Jennifer Howell; great-grandchildren, Maddie, Cameron, Rosemary and Clara; nephew, Robert (Judy) Jones; many dear friends. Lois worked for the International Salt Company for several years. She was a member of Clarks Green United Methodist Church. Lois enjoyed singing, playing piano and spending time with her family.

 

No prior calling. Private Burial in Shady Lane Cemetery, South Abington Township, PA.

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  1. Dear Howell Family: My sincerest condolences to you all. Mrs. Howell was a great person who was a joy to interact with. I have a few favorite stories of chatting with Mrs. Howell and all of them remind me of her sense of humor and kind nature. I hope your memories of her give you solace at this time.

  2. We are sorry to hear of Lois’ death. She was a good friend and she will be dearly missed. We made many a memory with our families.
    Dorothy and Ted Reese

  3. I’m so very sorry to read of the passing of Lois. Cora and Frank were very dear friends of my now deceased mom and dad (Sarah and Lawrence Jones – Old Forge, PA). We also thought the world of Ann and Lois. I last saw Lois when Ann passed away. My deepest sympathy to your family at this very difficult time. Blessings, Sally Jones, 831 S. Main St., Old Forge, PA 18518

  4. Our Family sends our condolences to your family, William and David for the loss of your Mother Lois. She was of my best friends for many years. Lois, Dorothy, Sally and I (Jane) met at least every month at each others home to play cards. Weekends and Holidays too, with our husbands for dinner. She was a beautiful, lovely woman, who always was kind to all. May she rest in peace.

    A prayer for Lois;
    Those we love don’t go away
    They walk beside us every day
    Unseen, unheard, but always near
    still loved, still missed and very dear.

    With our love to all the family,
    Jane G. Widenor and Son James D Widenor iii

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