Lois Mae (Sloss) Campbell

Died: Fri., Jan. 19, 2018

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Lois Mae Campbell  
October 11, 1927-January 19, 2018

Died peacefully at Manitoulin Centennial Manor, Little Current, on Friday at the age of 90.

Predeceased by parents Caroline (Haner) and Matthew Sloss of Spring Bay, Manitoulin Island

Beloved wife of the late Kenneth Campbell.

Very dear niece to Ada Haner .
Predeceased by brother Ivan Sloss (Thelma) and sister Marvel (Bill Legge).

She will be dearly missed by her good friend Jackie Lapierre.

Lois taught in country schools for 4 years.

In 1949 Lois married Kenneth F. Campbell and they farmed together in Evansville for 20 years. In 1969 they moved to Roche's Point on the shore of Lake Simcoe where she assisted Kenneth in managing an Estate for 15 years. After retiring back to Manitoulin Island in 1994 they bought a home in Treasure Trails subdivision beside Lake Mindemoya.  

Lois was an adherent to the Missionary Church in Mindemoya. She enjoyed being a homemaker as well as sewing, knitting, antiques and collectables.

At Lois's request cremation will take place with burial of ashes in Grimesthorpe Cemetery. No services planned.

Donations to Mindemoya Missonary Church  would be greatly appreciated.  
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Wilberta and Gail Leeson
   Posted Fri January 19, 2018
It is with sadness that we hear of Lois's passing. She was a wonderful women to visit with on Thursdays during the music hour. I will always remember her beautiful colorful scarves she wore everyday. RIP Lois.

Linda Bowerman
   Posted Fri January 19, 2018
Sorry to learn of Lois's passing. I will miss seeing her on my visits to the Manor. Jackie your in my thought and prayers as you were a great friend to Lois always looking out for her from decorating her room to seeing that she always had her colourful scarfs to go with her outfits plus many other things you did for her during her stay at the Manor. May she rest in peace.

Pastor Phil Hovi
   Posted Sat January 20, 2018
Lois was the first person I met at the manor when I visited her for the first time at the request of her dear friend Janet Sagle. Everytime after that when I would stop in I made sure to slip by and say Hi to Lois. She was a pleasure to be around and will be missed, the visits to the manor wont be the same. Condolences to family and friends, especially Jackie who was always helping Lois out. We will be praying for you.

Vanessa, Trinity and Mason
   Posted Mon January 22, 2018
May fond memories of Lois bring you comfort during this time; she was truly a beautiful and loving soul. Look back on all the good memories you were able to have and smile at the fact that you were able to share these before her passing. Our hearts and prayers go out to my mom, Jackie, and to Lois' family and friends. Rest in Peace Lois.

   Posted Fri January 26, 2018
Thank you to the family for finding comfort in talking to me every month at the pharmacy. It was my pleasure. My condolences to everyone.

Carolyn Grace
   Posted Sun January 28, 2018
I was saddened to discover at this late time, the passing of our Aunt Lois! Our prayers are that she had a peaceful passing. May the Lord Bless her and keep her.
Wonderful memories we all have of both Aunt Lois and Uncle Ken.
Wayne and Faye Legge, Chris and Cindy Legge, Jeffery and Jennifer Legge, Helen Holliday, and Tom and Carolyn Grace.

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