Lois Edith Schram

Lois Edith Schram

February 17, 1936 - October 16, 2020
Laguna Hills California

Lois Edith Schram

February 17, 1936 - October 16, 2020
Laguna Hills California


Lois Edith Schram
2/17/1936 – 10/16/2020
Laguna Hills, CA
Beloved Mother, Sister, Grandmother and Friend

Lois E. Schram, age 84, passed away peacefully on 10/16/2020. Lois is the cherished mother of Scott (Kathy) Schram, Molly (Ron) Naglie, and Kurt (Jamie) Schram. Lois is the loving Grandma to Kevin, Max, Jodi, Kara and Alex as well as loving sister to Loren (JoAnne) Easterday.  Lois is very dear to her extended family members and close friends.

Lois was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but at a young age moved with her family to Massillon, Ohio. She loved the state of Ohio and her Massillon Tigers but most of all she loved The Ohio State Buckeyes! Scarlet and Grey was in her blood. Lois spent her adult years in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, a true Midwesterner. It wasn’t until her later years that she decided to move to Laguna Hills, California. She spent 25 years working in the automotive industry at Ina Bearing Company.

Lois was known for her smile, laughter and kindness. She loved her family, faith, friends, traveling, reading, movies, playing bridge and games, flowers and watching sports!

Lois was preceded in death by her father and mother Homer and Nellie Easterday.

Lois will be deeply missed and forever in our hearts.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Mission Lutheran Church. Missionlutheran.org.  Or a Charity of your choice.

A celebration of life will be planned next summer in Ohio where Lois will be interred near her family.

A Zoom memorial service will take place on November 14, 2020 @11:00am PST.


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6 responses to Lois Edith Schram

  1. Lois definitely loved her family and her Buckeyes!!! May her memory be a blessing for all who knew and loved her.

  2. A beautiful lady inside and out. Always a shining smile for all. She will be greatly missed.

  3. Lois Nugent says:

    So sorry omg lose my friend.

  4. Lois was beautiful, fun and always full of life! She was quick to smile and her laugh was infectious. May the memories you have always bring a warm hug and smile to your heart.

    Love always
    Marianne, Allegra, Symphony, Robbie and Taylor Barth

  5. Thank you for the fun and laughter you always brought with you!
    It was my good fortune that our paths crossed.

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