Lois Anne Klunder

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Lois Anne Klunder

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Lois Klunder
Lois Klunder

Lois Anne Klunder passed away February 19, 2015 at her Billings home, after a long battle with COPD. Her family was at her side.
Lois was born on December 27th 1934 to Ershel and Venetta Boyce in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
She went to college at the University of Idaho where she met and married her late husband Bill L. Klunder September 10th, 1955. She worked hard and helped put her husband through Dental School at the University of Minnesota. She then helped him run his dental practice until his death in 1983. She spent the rest of her working years at Western Security Bank. Lois Klunder loved her flowers and her yard and enjoyed each day she could spend working on them. She also loved her children and her grandchildren and was the best mom you could ever ask for.
Lois is survived by her three sons Mike(Cheryl), Tom(Barb), and Scott(Beth). She has three grandsons Shaun, Ryan, and Lane, and one granddaughter Mckenzie.
She is preceded in death by her husband Dr. Bill Klunder, and her sister Barbara Herbers.
A memorial for Lois will be held 9:00am, Friday, February 27 at Michelotti-Sawyer Mortuary, 1001 Alderson Ave. Billings.
In lieu of flowers the family asked that donations be made to St. Judes, the Shriners, or to a charity of your choice.

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  1. I offer my sincere condolences to Mike, Tom, Scott and their families.

    Lois has been a dear neighbor since 1965, when my wife Pat and I bought the house across the street. Bill and Lois had 3 boys and we had 3 girls and a boy. There was always a lot of action in the neighborhood. We had a good relationship with Lois and Bill and then Lois, after Bill passed. Lois was always a great neighbor taking in my mail and paper when we away and watching over my house.

    Lois could see my kitchen window and I could see hers. After my wife Pat passed, If my kitchen window blind was not up or the paper was not picked up by 8:30 am or so, Lois would call over to see if every thing was all right, and I would do the same. Lois taught my wife Pat how to make caramels and pecan rolls. The past couple of years were tough on Lois, but whenever we visited, Lois always had a great attitude about her illness. She was a very strong lady. I will miss her.

    Frank Radella

  2. Chuck, Dorothy and Greg Smith

    Lois was an extremely hard worker. She had a wonderful sense of humor: an outstanding laugh. She was always interesting to visit with. She was totally dedicated to her family. Our sincere condolences to Mike, Tom, Scott and their families. We will miss her.

  3. Ward & Alice Fenton

    Our thoughts & prayers are with the Klunder “boys” & their families. We have lots of great memories of the whole Klunder family coming to our place when we lived out of Hysham. The first time all of you came to our house Scott was just a baby! We enjoyed the time we spent with all of you. Lois was a devoted wife & mother & a hard worker & she will be missed.

  4. Nancy and Lee Jockers

    Scott Tom and Mike
    We were sorry to read of your mother’s passing. She was a great mom to you three. I have wonderful memories of sitting on your front porch in the summer drinking iced tea and watching you boys and Mark tossing the football around in the yard. We are out of town so will be unable to come to the service
    Nancy and Lee Jockers

  5. Mike,

    I am sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Lois was a very special lady! I fondly remember working with her at the bank. She touched many lives including mine and I would always leave her with a smile and sometimes even a hug! I will miss her until we all see her again. God Bless!

    Dave Weinand

  6. Mike, Tom and Scott. I’m sorry I missed hearing about your mother’s passing. Your mom and dad were great people in this life and I can’t help but think their reunion has been wonderful for both of them. Your folks always treated me well and gave me a vote of confidence, not to mention great sons to have as friends and mentors. I will always be a fan of the Klunder’s for their lives and yours!

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