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UPCOMING MEMORIAL SERVICE
Lois Steed, Saturday October 20, 10 an in our Sanctuary.
Reception to follow in the Atrium Hallway.
OBITUARY (With permission of family)
Lois Ann Steed, age 74, finished her journey peacefully on Thursday October 4, 2018. From her birth in Clay Center, Kansas, on August 6, 1944 to her passing, Lois always nourished her friends and family with her kindness and selfless actions. She was committed to a greater good other than herself and embraced her faith in the Lord.
Lois was born and raised in the heartland of America to George and Myrtle Young and she was the younger sister to Wayne Young. After graduating from high school, she attended Pittsburg State University where she earned a BusinessEducation degree. She began a teaching career in 1966 in Kansas City, Kansas where she taught typing and secretarial training. Lois ended her 29-year teaching career at Haggard Middle School in Plano, Texas, where she taught keyboarding, computer literacy, career education, and English as a Second Language. As a self-proclaimed helicopter mom, she considers her best accomplishment to be raising handsome, talented, and fun sons.
Lois was preceded in death by her parents George W. Young and Myrtle Marie Young (Bigler).
Left to honor Lois and remember her love are her devoted and beloved husband of 18 years Gary Steed; her two sons, Mike and Matt Vaughn along with their wives Mary Beth and Allyson; her four grandchildren Brock, Grace, Anne, and Julia; her brother Wayne Young and his wife Kathy; and her niece and nephew Keri Vik and Tyce Young.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 10 AM at Christ United Methodist Church, 3101 Coit Road, Plano, Texas, with the Reverend Mike Flynn officiating.
Lois’s family would like to extend gratitude to all the staff at La Fontaine Memory Care center, for their attentiveness and loving care. She will be remembered as a bright, shining light and a very kind person to her friends and family as well as the community she served.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Lois’s name to the ministry area of your choice at Christ United Methodist Church, (972) 596-4303 or the Parkinson’s Foundation 200 SE 1st Street Suite 800, Miami, Florida 33131 – phone: (800)-473-4636 or https://www.parkinson.org/ways-to-give.