She married Charles D. Mollison in 1948 and was a devoted wife until his passing in 1986. She married George (Ike) Liedorff December 6, 1997. They wintered in Florida with family and enjoyed maintaining their Norwalk home, traveling and hosting family holidays. Lois enjoyed her family and extended family for many years before Ike’s passing in 2009. She was an avid reader.
Lois sewed for the IDS division of Norwalk Furniture, became a home health aide for Huron County Health Department prior to moving to Florida in 1981. She continued her devotion of caring for others by working as a nurses aid and eventually worked her way up to residential manager of several group homes for a Manatee County association serving disabled adults.
Caring for others was her greatest joy in life as she did this in both her professional and personal life, caring for her father, foster parents, several nieces and nephews. Lois enjoyed spending her senior years caring for grandchildren and great grandsons Tanner, Taylor and Jackson. She was very proud of her family and always there to lend support. One of her most recent happiest times was when her grandson Chad flew her to LA in October 2018 to watch him umpire the World Series.
Lois is survived by her children, Ronald (Melissa) Mollison of Norwalk, Pamela (Chet) Fairchild of Wakeman, Bruce (Christine) Mollison of Milan, Mark Mollison of Florida and step daughter Sally (Liedorff) Robinette of Virginia. She is also survived by her grandchildren Wade Mollison, Faith (Jason) Kastor, Hope (Brian) Gockstetter, Chad (Daria) Fairchild, Shane (Janna) Fairchild, Ty Fairchild, Brooke (Alex) Ceres, Meggan (Mark) Bement, Erin (Michael) Gall, Gwen (Ryan) Lindvall, Randall (Cynthia) Mollison, Ki (Stephanie) Mollison. She leaves behind 18 great grandchildren with 2 more on the way, and 2 great great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother Clifford Sanders, Brothers-in-law James Wobser, Richard (Linda) Mollison, sisters in law Dorathe Sinclair, Arleta Meeker and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, foster parents, first husband Charles Mollison, second husband IkeLiedorff, daughter in law Pam Mollison, step daughter Sue Marlow, brothers Robert, Charles, and Richard Sanders, sisters Marge Manosky, and Mary Wobser.
A celebration of Lois’s life will be held this summer with her ashes being interred privately at Ridge Hill Memorial Park in Lorain. Memorial contributions may be made to one’s charity of choice.