YODER LOIS March 15, 1937 - November 15, 2012 of Glennie, MI formerly of Belleville, MI. Beloved wife of 48 years to Norman Yoder. Loving mother of Rick (Lynne) Yoder, Michael (Brenda) Yoder, Stephen Yoder, David (Judy) Yoder, Deborah (Craig) Skoney, Leslie (David) Ramsey. Dearest sister of Ellen Moore, Phyllis(Richard) Fitzgerald and Lynda (Chuck) Pate, Sister-in-laws Joanne Noe and Joan Yoder. Doting grandmother to Nick Rich, Trinette Grandstaff, Stacy Yoder, Sarina Yoder, Sam Bertosian, Sarah Marlow, Drew Asel, Katelyn Yoder, Matthew Yoder, Morgan Giles, Nathan Jaeger and Eric Dupuis. Also survived by seven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her Father Robert Schultz, mother May Ellen Schultz, daughter Carol Yoder brother in laws Louis Moore, Charles Yoder and Claude Noe. Lois was a loving wife and mother who enjoyed sewing and making crafts, which she often shared with others. Some of her greatest pleasures was sharing time and stories with others, most especially her grandchildren. She was a beautiful soul who will be greatly missed by her family and many friends. Per her request, no services will be held. The family asks that in Lois' honor, you make a donation to your favorite charity, share a happy story about her or perform a random act of kindness for another.
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Aunt Lois your infectious laugh I will always remember, I can recall all the way back to when you and Uncle Norm were dating and then getting married. You are such an awesome lady, always were. You are so very loved and will be greatly missed but now your with the other members of your family. Your the best!
I will never forget the dolls she made. Each one was made with love and warmed everyone hearts.
My condolence's to the family. Our family will remember her always.
Lois....you were a beautiful person with a beautiful soul, always loved your style dear lady. Rest in peace, you will be missed.
I am very happy to have had the chance in knowing you has I was growing up. You were a very nice person and a loving Mother
sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and your family. Your mother raised a good family
lou and i,loved her very much.We use to play cards with them all the time.We had alot of fun together.She sure will be greatly missed. We love you lois and always will.
Lois will always be remembered being a great Mom n neighbor on Alden dr.prayers n hugs for her family. The Broughton Family
Dear Lois, I remember the many times I would walk down to our home and we would sit in your kitchen and shoot the breeze. We had some wonderful conversations talking about our children. You were a wonderful friend to me during some very trying times. You will be missed. Much love and Prayers to all your family. Love, Lee