Family always came first for Lois; her best time were just hanging out with the grandkids. And she was always being creative; great at ceramics and she did a little flower arranging. She wasn’t a great cook (ketchup on her spaghetti) but she made a great crumb cake. If she got out of the area she’d most likely be on a cruise; she got to see the Caribbean and Hawaii. As a mom she wasn’t very strict, but Lois managed to raise quality kids. And she loved rooting for her beloved Eagles usually with Ginny and Alice by her side.
She’d meet a handsome guy, the late Bob, in high school and later reconnected with him on a dance floor. Together they raised 3 children: Terri (Frank) Ross, Debbi Snow (Frank Mulley), and Bob (Sandy) Scheetz Jr. She was the grandmother of Jaime, Stephen, Jesse, Frankie, and Abby; great-grandmother of 9 and great-great grandmother of 2. She is survived by her brother, Ray Cox and dear friends Alice and Ginny.
Come celebrate 88 years Thursday 7-9 p.m. and Friday 9-10 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside, where there will be a service at 10 am. Interment George Washington Memorial Park, Plymouth Meeting PA.