In Memory of Lois Ward

Visitation

One hour prior to the service at O'Connell's

Services

11AM Friday, August 3 at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home of Baldwin

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Lois Quinn Ward age 81 of Woodville, formerly Spring Valley and Hudson died peacefully Friday July 27th 2018 at the Parkview community Campus in Woodville. Lois was born on September 8, 1936 in Cady Township; the daughter of Elmer and Florence (Cockburn) Faber. She was raised in Spring Valley where she graduated from high school.She would be married to Ernest “Bud” Schillinger. To this union sons Randy and Robert were born. She would later be married to Jeffrey Ward to which a son Brian was born.

Lois enjoyed all types of music and watching her favorite TV shows. Earlier in life, she had many memorable memories camping and fishing with her family. She enjoyed dancing to polkas or waltzes and knitting.

Lois is survived by her sons Randall Schillinger, Robert Schillinger, Brian Ward; sister Diane Lindstrom, brother Paul (Sylvia) Faber; brothers/sisters-in-law Larry Larson, Vicki Fenner, Vanda (Chuck) McGee; as well as many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Jeff, and sister Jean Dury.

Funeral service for Lois Ward will be 11AM Friday, August 3 at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of Baldwin. Interment will be in the St. Matthews Lutheran Cemetery in Spring Valley with her family serving as casketbearers. Visitation is one hour prior to the service at O’Connell’s on Friday morning. Memorials are preferred to the discretion of the family. 

Lois Ward's Tribute Wall

Tributes (1):

  1. I had only one opportunity to visit with Lois before she died. She was a little restless when I arrived, but started settling down nicely as I talked to her. She said she liked Irish music so I sang ‘When Irish Eyes Are Smiling and Amazing Grace. She indicated she liked county also. We prayed together The Lord’s Prayer, which she recited about half of it. She was very willing to receive a blessing from me. By the time I was ready to leave, she had calmed down a lot and indicated she wanted to rest.

    My prayers and sympathies out to all family and loved ones.
    Gregg J Miller
    Adoray Spiritual Chaplain