Lois H. Dodd

lois dodd
Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. I became acquainted with Lois during my visits with my parents at Tall Oaks of Reston. She was a most gracious woman who often kept my mother entertained at mealtime. Lois always had a story to tell about how she and my mom had been out late the night before building snowmen and sledding or ice-skating in the newly fallen snow. (My mother was wheelchair bound at the time) Her sense of humor was contagious and she kept me laughing during our short visits. She was a sympathetic and compassionate person who looked out for my mom and dad the whole time they were neighbors. Heaven is lucky to have gained such a wonderful woman. I will miss her but I know she is still looking out for us and is waiting patiently for us to join her at a future time.

  2. Lois is missed by me. She always had a wonderful sense of humor, watched over my parents at Tall Oaks, loved reading and playing bridge. I am blessed to have had Lois in my life. The last time I saw Lois she was waiting for the Lord to take her, but she was still caring for and about others. My prayers are for her and those she was close to. Pat Radigan

  3. Thanks for all the laughter and loving memories that made our long relationship so very special.

  4. I did not know my great Aunt Lois, but writing on behalf of the family. My father, Lyle Hemphill (nephew) talked about Lois from his growing up years in Esterville, Iowa. I’m sure Lois was far removed from the midwest for many years and did not meet the new generations of the Hemphill Family. Lois was 1 of 3 daughters and a son (my grandfather)in her family. Upon reading other entries in the Memory Book, she would have been a fine lady to meet. Sincerely, Sharon L. Hemphill

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