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Lois Elizabeth Wolfgang

7 novembre , 194121 mai , 2019

Lois E. Wolfgang, age 77 of Nashville, TN went to be with her Lord on May, 21, 2019. She is survived by husband of 56 years, Robert, son Bradley, daughter Amy, sister Darlene (Larry) Mefford, brother Joseph (Hope) Taylor and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, J.R. and Esther Taylor.

Miss Lois was a faculty member of Trevecca Nazarene University for over 30 years.

Visitation with the family will be from 9:00 am ~ 11:00 am on June 7th, 2019 at Trevecca Community Church, 335 Murfreesboro Rd, Nashville, TN.

A Memorial Service will follow at 11:00 am with Dr. Dwight Gunter officiating.

In lieu of flowers, Miss Lois has requested that donations be made to the Trevecca University Physician Assistant Endowment Fund.

Services

  • Visitation vendredi, 7 juin , 2019
  • Memorial Service vendredi, 7 juin , 2019

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Cyrisse Eby

5 juin , 2019

Ms. Wolfgang was inspirational as she encouraged me, mentored me and believed in me as a student at TNU. When I graduated from TNU she encouraged me to further my education at Belmont University as I entered the nursing program and graduated with my degree. Many thanks to this lady! Hugs to her family.

Bob Witherow

29 mai , 2019

We remember Lois from Roberts Wesleyan College. Our prayers are with Bob and the family.
Bob & Carolyn Witherow

Cindy Holland

28 mai , 2019

My mom and I sure will miss visiting and talking to you guys at Heartland. It was a real joy. We will be praying for your sweet family.

Love you all,
Cindy and Imogene

Magen Mullinix

22 mai , 2019

Lois was an icon to the PA program at Trevecca. As part of the class of 2003, we have so many memories thanks to her. She even hosted our Christmas party at her house. She was always there to listen to us, and we will forever be grateful.

Bob & Joyce Snodgrass

22 mai , 2019

Lois always had a bright side. Talking about her husband and family always made her smile. She loved Jesus and was never afraid to stand for Him.
Joyce and I will miss her.
God bless her family.

Dave Lennon

22 mai , 2019

My most favorite memory of Lois occurred while we worked together in the PA Program. I was sitting in my office and heard Lois enter the program office reception area screaming "Its got me, its got me!" I jumped up and ran in to see what was wrong. She was shedding her clothes and was down to her slip and with a determined look on her face to keep going if that is what was necessary. I thought "Oh my". She saw me and pleaded "help!" I could hear an intermittent buzzing that was immediately followed by another shriek and another panicked plead for help. Eventually we got down to the issue at hand. On her way into the building a Cicada had gotten inside her blouse and was furiously doing laps inside her blouse searching for the exit. Once the cicada had been expelled, standing there in her slip she said to me, "I sure am glad it was you that was here." It was without a doubt the most hilarious thing I have ever seen. Over the years we shared a lot of laughter together over her encounter with the Cicada.

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