Lois M. Hayes, 86

Lois Marjorie Hayes, the daughter of the late Ellis and Evelyn Chambers Allen, passed away on December 21, 2021 surrounded by her family.

Lois was a full-time homemaker. She is most known for her sense of humor and ability to make the most of any situation. Lois lived her life to the fullest. In her earlier years she liked to fish, was an avid bowler, enjoyed her summer vacations in Canada and liked listening to country music. She loved to buy scratch off tickets, play bingo, video games and ride her four-wheeler. Lois loved her family.

She is survived by her daughter, Karen (Randy) Ryder, granddaughter Nicole (Shawn) Amabile, grandson Brandon Ryder, and great-grandchildren, Ethan Amabile, Lucas Amabile, Devan Amabile, and Christian Amabile. She is also survived by two sisters, Doris Logan and Grace Clark.

Lois was proceeded in death by her husband, Franklin D. Hayes and her sister Marylou Snyder.

The family would like to extend their gratitude to the nurses and aides from UPMC Hospice Care Team for the care and support provided to Lois and the family. Private services were held for immediate family.

Arrangements entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum.

Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com

2 thoughts on “Lois M. Hayes, 86

  1. I will forever cherish and hold Lois close to my heart as long as I live. Remembering all of the happy times I had spent at her house. She made the best rice crispy treats. She literally sat and teached me how to crochet and I appreciated the patience she had, showing me how. My family and hers were very close when I was growing up. We spent many many times at Pymetuning lake cooking out, innertubing and skiing. For many years together our families went up to rice lake Ontario at Muskie bay where many fantastic memories have been made. Oh the fun and laughter. All of these moments are times in my life that if I could repeat, would be repeated. So thank you Lois for filling my heart with happy memories and love.
    Heres a “bushel” of hugs and kisses
    You are loved forever!!!
    P.S. next time at Cedar Bay we will be certain the curtains are closed.

  2. Tammy, thank you. My Mommy loved the Chairini clan and treasured all of the fun times our families had together. She truly loved you all.

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