Lois Moreau

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died October 1, 2008

Lois I. Moreau, age 89, of Escanaba, died early morning October 1, 2008, at the Christian Park Health Care Facility, where she currently resided.
Lois was born September 18, 1919, in Lansing, MI, the daughter of William Howard and Mildred (Mclean) Gostelow. She was raised in Newago, MI and attended and graduated from the Newago school system. Following school, Lois furthered her education by attending trade school, before being united in marriage to Donald Joseph Moreau. Together, Lois and Donald made their home and raised their family in Escanaba. In addition, the couple owned and operated Pete

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    I recall as a child, when I would often go to Pete’s Store with my Dad (Bob Kidd) on Saturday mornings. Don and Lois always had a smile to greet their patrons with. One could feel the happiness and excitement as you entered their place. The Moreau’s and the customers all laughing and talking with one another. I always enjoyed being apart of it. If you didn’t feel happy when you walked in, you would surely feel happy when you walked out. To all of us that lived in the neighborhood, Don and Lois’ store was not just a place of buisness to obtain our weekly shopping from. It was an extension of our homes. I have never forgotten the Moreau’s, and I never will.
    On behalf of the Robert and Rose (Tordeur Dupuis) Kidd family, we “Thank You”!

    With Sincere Sympathy,
    ~~Jan Kidd-Dahn
    Escanaba, MI

    I grew up near Pete’s grocery and spent my allowance on football card. Lois was a generous, sweet person who always gave me a few pieces of candy when my parents would shop at Pete’s. I’ll never forget my childhood memories in Escanaba and Pete’s Grocery.

    Kevin Menard
    South Beloit, IL

    So sorry for your great loss Sherry & Dale. We will not be able to make the funeral but want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Linda & David
    Green Bay, WI

    Sherry, I just wanted to tell you again how much your mom will be missed by all of us at Fazoli’s. She was such a sweet lady. Estelle and I wanted to send our sympathy to you and your family. You are all in our prayers. We love you guys just like our own family. Take care and God Bless.

    Lora Parker
    Escanaba, MI

    My condolances to the family of Lois. She was a warm and wonderful person that touched many lives.

    It was my privilege to know her. She will indeed be missed but not forgotten.

    Mary Anzalone Wild
    Rockford, MI

    To the family of Lois Moreau:

    Dear Sheri/Dale, so sorry to hear of the death of your mother. May God give you strength to endure your time of sadness. I just wanted to let you both know I cherised your friendship, in days gone by. God bless you always. We are growing old, but still thinking of you in your time of sorrow.
    Your friend Jeanne Fergy Gilbert

    Jeanne Ferguson Gilbert
    Valparaiso, IN

    We were priviledged and honored to have Lois as our neighbor and friend for many years while we lived on South 17th Street.She was truly a kind, generous and loving woman who gave much of herself to those around her. She was especially kind to our mother in the later stages of our mother’s life when she was in need of help with her activities of daily living. Our deepest sympathies to Jim, Sherry, Dale and their families.

    Steve, Barbara, Don, Alison, and Rip Anzalone
    Novato, CA

    Sherry and Dale, I am so very sorry…I know it’s been a long journey. You are in my prayers and I hope to get to the funeral home on Saturday. Blessings, Judy (and Charlie) Vader

    Judy Vader
    Escanaba, MI

    Dear Sherry and Jim, Our deepest sympathy to you and your families. Lois was such a good friend to Mom for so many years. The three of us had such good times in Texas every time spring break rolled around. So many memories run through my mind of those great days. I will never forget her. George and I send our love and prayers to you.

    Sandy Papich
    Denton, TX

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