|Birth: ||Dec. 20, 1934|
|Death: ||Mar. 29, 2012|
Lois was a wonderful wife, mom, granma, great grandma Uh uh, aunt, cousin, mother in law. She was a best friend. She did so much for all of us, and was someone you could go to talk to. She dealt with her terrible illness with such grace. She did it because of her grandchildren and great grandson. She didn't want to miss any part of their lives. I know she taught me alot. Even though myself and her son divorced, we stayed close. She was one of my best friends and it will definately be hard moving on without her. She had two wonderful sons that she absolutely loved to death, a husband who she was crazy about and he for her. Their marriage and the marriage of my own parents was like nothing you ever see. We will all miss her more than anything and a little part of us is gone. Lois we love you and Thank you for being there for us all.
Lois LaPointe DeAngelis passed away with her son Gene by her side. I am positive her mom Lorraine was waiting to greet her with a hug.
She was the loving wife of Eugene DeAngelis Sr, loving mother of Eugene Jr, and James DeAngelis. Her loving grandchildren Steven, his wife Kelly and their son(her great-grandson who wasabsolutely the apple of her eye!) little Steven, Kerri Ceklarz and her husband Jason Ceklarz, Christopher DeAngelis, and Neil DeAngelis. She also left behind 3 daughter in laws. Eugene's wife Sokunthea Tieng, Eugene's ex wife Jeannie Blauvelt DeAngelis, and James ex wife Denise DeAngelis. She was met in Heaven by her Mother Lorraine LaPointe, and her grandmother Mary Magdaline Xavier.
Lois/Mom, Rest in Peace and now you have no more suffering. We Love you with all our hearts and will miss you terribly. Love forever and always
A MOTHER'S MESSAGE
I see you, darling, all the time,
I know everything you do,
Would you believe, my dearest child
I'm even closer now to you.
For I can see inside your mind,
Indeed, inside your heart,
I even know you better now,
Than I did before, sweetheart.
I've always loved you - you know that,
But maybe now I love you more,
I love the adult that you've become,
Just as I loved the child before.
I know how much you miss me, honey,
Well, I miss you, too,
I miss our talking and our laughing,
And all we used to do.
Whether you are six or sixty,
You'll always be my precious child,
You're the baby that I carried,
And the adult that's helped me smile.
What you need to understand,
Though death has taken me away,
Is that I've not left you, darling,
I am still with you today.
Honey, I could never leave you,
God, of course, would not want that,
Physically, we are apart,
But our hearts are still attached
Lorraine Xavier LaPointe (1909 - 1994)
Julia N. DeAngelis Kocsis (____ - 2014)*
Created by: Jeannie Blauvelt DeAngel...
Record added: Apr 06, 2012
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If tears could build a stairwayAnd memories were a laneWe would walk right up to heavenAnd bring you back again.No farewell words were spokenNo time to say goodbyeYou were gone before we knew itAnd only god knows why.Our hearts still ache in sadnessAnd se...(Read more)|
Added: Apr. 7, 2012
A Better PlaceShe's in a better place right nowThan she's ever been before.All pain is gone; she's now at rest,Nothing troubles her anymore.It's we who feel the burden ofOur sadness and our grief.We have to cry, to mourn our loss,Before we get relief.We k...(Read more)|
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Added: Apr. 6, 2012
You care about peopleAnd it shows.You are generous with your time,Giving of your energy,Lavish with your unselfish deeds.I will remember your kindness to me.Thank you for brightening my worldWith your thoughtfulness.It really meant a lot.By Joanna Fuchs|
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