Lois A. Hart

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died April 14, 2020

Lois A. Hart, age 93, of Gladstone, passed away Tuesday evening, April 14, 2020 at Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba with her daughter and son-in-law by her side.

Lois was born September 22, 1926 in Menominee, MI, the daughter of Edward and Mildred (Jensen) Buckland. Lois attended Escanaba Area Schools. She was united in marriage to Robert Hart on April 24, 1948 and they were members of the Memorial Methodist Church in Gladstone.
The couple enjoyed traveling and went all over the United States. They also enjoyed camping and walking the mall together. In later years, time was spent casino hopping with her loving sister Barbara. Lois loved listening to Barb play the piano and reminisce on the good ole days.

Lois was a homemaker, devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. Her hobbies included sewing, knitting, and reading. She also painted pictures that her family will cherish forever.

Lois is survived by:
Son: Edward Hart of Gladstone, MI
Daughter: Jeanette (Dale) Klein of Escanaba, MI
Brothers: William (Eileen) Buckland and Richard (Joyce) Buckland
Sisters: Barbara Julien and Gayle Moras
Sister In Law: Linnea Buckland
Brother In Law: Gordon Terrell
GrandChildren: Robert Hart, Andrew (Kelly) Hart, Jennifer and Elizabeth Hart, Melissa (Jacob) Gates, Michael (Terri) Klein, and Amy (Thomas) Schifini
Great Grandchildren: Clay, Emily, Soniena, Hunter, Whyatt, Christian, Jake and Owen Hart. Caleb and Caden Schifini, Makayla Klein, Jonas, Clara and Makenna Gates.
3 Great Great Grandchildren and 2 on the way
And numerous Nieces and Nephews

Lois is preceded in death by:
Her Parents
Husband: Robert Hart
Brothers: Ozzy and Donald Buckland
Sisters: Bernadine “Tiny” Moras and Sandy Terrell

Private burial services and a celebration of life will be held at the convenience of the family. Lois will be interred with her loving Husband in Fernwood Cemetery in Gladstone. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the Hart family.

7 Tributes for “Lois A. Hart

    I love you Grandma Hart. I miss you already. Give Grandpa Hart a big hug from me too. You were a checker master. Queen of the penny slots. Spritzer cookie queen. And much, much, much more. I will always hold our memories close to my heart. Love you Grandma.
    From Jenn.

    Dear Ed and family, and Jeanette and family: I am sorry for the loss of your Mom, Lois. She was a nice lady and a nice neighbor to me and to my parents. I used to loved to visit your Dad while he worked on car bodies. Maybe I liked the smell of the lacquers and primers. Used to BS with him then too. It seems like only yesterday when I was living at 1216 Delta with my parents, but I left home for college in 1973 and for grad school in 1977. May God comfort you in your sorrow and loss, and may you be comforted with the knowledge that she is a peace and with God.

    Tom, Mary Lou, Joe and Jeff Waeghe

    My beautiful sister, I’ll miss her so much. We lived far apart in miles but so close in heart. We spent a lot of time together. We had so much fun. I enjoyed every minute of having her at my house, or going to esky to spend time together there.

    My beautiful sister, I’ll miss her so much. We lived far apart in miles, but close in heart. We spent a lot of time together. We had so much fun. I enjoyed every moment of having her at my house or visiting her in esky to spend time with her. I love her and miss her every day.

    Dear Lolly.

    I have known you for a few years but in my mind as if I have known you all my life.
    I remember your kindness and your trust in me. I have good memories of the times
    we spent together. Specially the times we spent in casinos and you allowing me to
    cash your voutures with truste.


    With love, Jeff

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