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Gillooly Funeral Home

126 Walpole Street, Norwood, MA

OBITUARY

Lois (Quaglieri) Webber

Lois A. Webber, 60, of Fryeburg, Maine went to be with the Lord on April 28, 2019 at home surrounded by her loving family after losing her battle with cancer. She will be remembered for her fun loving personality, bright smile and ability to make anyone laugh. Lois’s positive attitude was contagious and she shared it with everyone. Lois was born on June 25, 1958 in Boston, Massachusetts. She is survived by her husband of thirty nine years, Bill Webber; daughter, Mellisa (Webber) Quirk of Northbridge; daughter, Jeanine Webber of Fryeburg, Maine; grandchildren: Scott, Brianna, Chris, Hannah and Ryan; brother and his wife, Alan and Beth Quaglieri of Walpole; sister and her husband, Janet and Willy Consolvo of Middleboro; brother and his wife, Charles and Marie Gaskill of Boston; brother-in-law and his wife, Ed and Nancy Webber of Walpole; brother-in-law and his wife, Bob and Becky Webber of Wrentham; brother-in-law and his wife, Joe and Deb Webber of Sandwich and brother-in-law Michael Ego of Taunton. Lois is predeceased by parents, Arthur & Muriel Quaglieri and Frank & Marie Gaskill as well as her brother, Arthur Quaglieri and her sister, Jean Ego. Lois grew up in Norwood, where she attended Norwood High School. She later fell in love and married Bill, moved to Wrentham, where she worked for many years as an office manager. In 2004, looking for a slower pace, Lois and Bill moved to Fryeburg, Maine where she enjoyed the surroundings of her new home. Lois worked at Walmart as a customer service manager where she made friends with anyone she came into contact with. She loved to spend her free time laughing and joking with family and friends, playing cards, board games and camping. Lois and her family spent many summers at the beach in Marshfield. Lois left a lasting impression on everyone she came into contact with. There are not enough words to describe how loving and caring Lois truly was. She will be greatly missed. Family and friends are invited to attend visiting hours on Friday, May 10th from 4 to 8 pm in the Gillooly Funeral Home at 126 Walpole Street in Norwood, Massachusetts. A Mass to celebrate Lois’ life will be held on Saturday, May 11th at 11 am in St. Catherine of Siena Parish, 547 Washington Street, Norwood. In May, a celebration of life will take place in the Mount Washington Valley area, please look for more information to follow in the Conway Daily Sun or an update to this obituary at www.woodfuneralhome.org.

Services

  • Visitation in Gillooly Funeral Home Friday, 10 May , 2019
  • A Mass will be held in St. Catherine of Siena Church Saturday, 11 May , 2019

Memories

Lois (Quaglieri) Webber

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Jess Marzuolo

4 May 2019

Auntie Lois you were one of a kind. I will remember all the fun times we had. You took me in when I was a teenager and showed me a huge amount of love I definitely needed. I know its selfish to still want you here with us but its comforting to know you are no longer suffering and with my mom. My thoughts and prayers to Uncle Bill, missy and Jeanine. 💖

Dena Coote

3 May 2019

I met lois at Walmart as a jamaican student, she was so fun loving and awesome rest in peace lo.

Bobbie Wright

3 May 2019

I met Loie in 1986 in Blackmenspoint waterfront trailer park in Brant Rock, Mass (part of Marshfield)...
We spent the summers in the park....memories will always be remembered
Gone way too soon.....
Bobbie Wright

Maxine Cheek

1 May 2019

I met Lois at walmart and we hit it off right away. Always made me laugh and I looked forward to seeing her. Rest in peace Lois. You will be greatly missed my friend. Here's to you until we meet again! My prayers go out to her family.

Michelle Schaefer

1 May 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with The Webber Family! We met Lois many years ago and shared many of family gatherings. Lois was one very special lady and could always make you laugh!

Kathy Libby

1 May 2019

She was a sweet lady she will be greatly missed prayers to her family

Dian Birkbeck

1 May 2019

I met and remember Lois and Billy coming into my restaurant Bills Place. Such nice people. I last saw Lois last spring on one of trips to Wal-Mart. So glad I got to see her and talk. May her memories get Billy and family thru their grief. Big hugs. Fly high with the angels. 😇😇😇
Dian Birkbeck

Peggy St john

1 May 2019

I met Lois Two years ago. We instantly became friends she made me laugh when I was down I made her laugh when she was down we prayed together and shared lots of memories. I will miss her dearly.

Rebecca Webber

1 May 2019

Lois was such a huge part of my life and one of my bestest friends I will miss her as long as I live until we meet again in Heaven.This picture was taken on Mother's Day a few years back our daughter's Nicole and Sarah cooked us an amazing dinner Lois and I ate so much we were stuffed for sure.I have missed her so much since she quit working down here in Mass. and staying with us and all the games we played almost every night some were Farkle,Yahtzee,Trouble,and Phase Ten and I will say she kicked my butt all the time I would do anything if we could play a game again I do know when I get to Heaven Lois keep me a seat I wanna try to beat you in a game...……...I LOVE and MISS you LOIS!!!

Rosemarie Madieros

1 May 2019

Her Walmart family loved her so much and we will miss her and forever keep her in our hearts

FROM THE FAMILY