February 4, 1934 - September 25, 2009
Lois J. Tonoff, 75, of Millbury , Ohio passed away Friday, September 25, 2009 at St. Lukes Hospital , Maumee .
She was born in Toledo , Ohio to Arthur C and Rachael (Powers) Sharp. Lois was a realtor with Grogan and Danberry Reality, prior to retirement. She was active in DAR and various community activities.
Lois is survived by her husband, Warren; sons, Warren (Karen) and Mark (Dianna); granddaughter, Courtney Tonoff; great-granddaughter, Riley Tonoff; and brother, Robert Sharp. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Friends may call at the Eggleston-Meinert Pavley Funeral Home, Oregon Chapel, on Sunday, September 27th, from 2-8pm. Funeral services will take place in the funeral home on Monday at 1:00 pm.
Sunday, September 27, 2009 - 2-8 pm
Monday, September 28, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
Ottawa Hills Memorial Park
Gayla HoytI never had the pleasure of meeting Lois, but we talked on the phone many times about the Lawson family history. I will truly miss her e-mails. Take comfort in the fact she won't be in pain anymore - and now she has her answers about Old Nate! May God grant you peace.
Diana Jonesi never got to meet Lois in person but we talked on the phones a few times about the lawson family and she was very helpful,i will miss her emails, her family will be in our prayers.
Betty MaldonadoA lovely,gentel,out going, lady who will be missed. Betty
Delta Rose ChingLois was not only a close cousin, but a real close friend, we would spend hours on the phone just talking. I will truly miss her. Lois was a giving/caring person that would take the time to help anyone. Her work is now done and she has gone to be with our Lord, where she will have no more pain.
With deepest sympathy, I would like to share this inspirational verse.
DEATH IS A DOORWAY
On the wings of death the soul takes flight into the land where there is no night. For those who believe what the Savior said will rise in glory though they be dead. So death comes to us just to open the door To The Kingdom Of God and life evermore.
We are praying that God will comfort your hearts, uplift your spirt and carry you through this time of sadness to a place of peace.
Eggleston Meinert Pavley Funeral HomePlease accept our deepest sympathies at this time from the staff of Eggleston Meinert Pavley Funeral Home
Linda CraigLois you were so kind to me helping me with my internet problems with you yahoo group. I will surely miss you friendship on the website & emailing. You even call me to help me. Such a thoughtful person. Just wanted a calm and peaceful life and pain free and now my dear you have it. I will see you in the bye and bye when I get to heaven.
Joe and Terry LawsonRIP friend. You'll be sorely missed.
Barbara PitchfordI thought of Lois as a cyber friend. She was such a nice lady, and I count my self lucky to have known her.
Lois you will be missed.
Mary and Dode GardnerFreedom of pain has come at last for you dear cousin. We never met face to face, but you were such an understanding individual that I will miss you so much! Say "Hello" to those that we missed along the way for I am sure you now have your answers.
Mary and Dode
Virginia Yeary-FergusonLois will be missed and the world will be minus a good person but I think God needed another angel and it was Lois's turn to become that angel. The family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
YellowFound out via a friend of Lois (risingdeer) Tonoff, that she had passed on. Your friendship will be missed. I love you Deer.