Lois Paulsen

Lois Stella Paulsen (Christe)

Sunday, September 9th, 1928 - Thursday, July 9th, 2020
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Lois Stella Christie Stock Paulsen was called home on July 9th, 2020, she was born on September 9th, 1928 to Charles and Violet Christie in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Lois was the youngest of three and the last survivor. She and first husband Howard along with their three children moved to Muskego Wisconsin in 1960.

Beloved mother of Elizabeth (Ken) Schwarz, Robert Stock (deceased) and Colleen (Rich) Lukaszewski. Grand Children: Chris Brogan, Amy (Rick) Moran, Ken Schwarz Jr. ( deceased), Joe Schwarz, Charles (Chad) Harris Jr. (deceased) and Heather (Bill) Peplinski. Michelle ( Jerry) Sorvala XXX, Michael (Cheryl) Stock and Matthew (Stacy) Damaske. And many great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

After losing her first husband Lois found love again and married Ray Paulsen, she gained 3 stepchildren along with other grandchildren to love.

Lois was a highly active social fun-loving person regardless of where she lived, she loved her family and was always proud of us all. She was a strong independent role model of a woman. She was an incredibly talented knitter and shared her skills through many of gifts. She also loved to play cards and cribbage and was very competitive. Lois would be the first to say she was a lucky person to have married two such wonderful husbands. And was amazed and proud of her age. She will be sorely missed by many.

God saw the road was getting rough, the hills were hard to climb. He gently closed those loving eyes and whispered, “Peace be thine” The weary hours, the days of pain, the sleepless nights are passed. The ever-patient worn out frame has found sweet rest at last. God saw you were getting weary, so he did what he thought best. He came and stood beside you and whispered, “Come and Rest” You bade no one a last farewell. Not even a good-bye. You were gone before we knew and only God knew Why. “unknown”
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