Lois Maxine Hannegrefs

1930 - 2020

Albert Lea, MN


Lois Maxine Hannegrefs, 90, passed away December 10, 2020 at Good Samaritan Society, Albert Lea, MN.

Private family services will be held on Monday December 14, 2020 at Bayview/Freeborn Funeral Home. Pastor Kent Otterman will officiate. Burial will follow at St Theodore’s Cemetery, Albert Lea, MN.

Lois was born on May 9, 1930 in rural Morton, MN the daughter of Dorothy and Clarence Schablin.

On July 9, 1948 Lois was united in marriage to Harold Hannegrefs in...

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Cheryl Sailor Hatle

December 15, 2020 4:24 PM

My deepest sympathy to the family of Lois's.  May all the good memories ease the pain of your loss.

Laurie Evans

December 12, 2020 11:40 AM

About a half hour ago I opened my mailbox and found a Christmas card from my aunt Lois.  I have always so looked forward to hearing from her at Christmas and in the last year or so, from her children.  But yesterday Bob saw on Facebook that Lois had passed away.  So, I will treasure this year's card always.  Lois was a very favorite aunt of mine.  I haven't seen her for many years but have kept in touch with her and her family.  I have great memories of the times we shared in their big house in Williston - sharing meals, hanging our with her kids ( love you all), and Lois even allowed me and some of my friends from Williston to stay at their house during District tournaments when Epping played.  In today's world, Lois would have had a huge sign on her step proclaiming, "Welcome."  I feel bad that Lois had to suffer separation from her family during these days of Covid, but I'm sure she made the best of it as she always seemed to do.  Please know how much Lois meant to me and how much you, her children, mean to Bob and me.  Rest in peace, dear Aunt Lois.  

Jeanice Possin

December 12, 2020 11:08 AM

Sorry for the loss of Lois, she was a very kind lady and loved her family very much and I know you will miss her dearlly, now she is in the arms of our lord and not suffering anymore . This world is awful right now from this virus that we all have to live through it all. Love you all and you have my prayers to get through all of this!

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