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Lois Edna Mayo

July 13, 1934November 13, 2020

Lois Edna Mayo, age 86, died peacefully on Friday, November 13th in Clemmons, NC. Lois spent most of her life in Syracuse, NY and was an avid SU basketball fan. She was a faithful parishioner at St. Augustine’s Church in Baldwinsville, NY as well as a long-time volunteer at the Brady Faith Center where she especially loved spending time with the children. Lois worked for many years as a high school librarian in Baldwinsville and was so well-liked that one year the students voted for her to sit on the stage at graduation. After moving to NC, Lois continued her volunteer spirit cheerfully spending time at Samaritan Ministries of Winston-Salem. She is survived by her five children: Beth Avney (Zohar), David, Karen (David), Stephen (Jill), and Gail (John); four grandchildren: Benjamin Abt (Yvonne), Matthew Abt, Cara Eakes (Chip) and Jessica Mittner (Tom); and five great-grandchildren. A private family goodbye was held on Tuesday, November 17th.



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Elaine Williams

November 26, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about Lois' passing. She was a very good friend to my mother Marie LaCombe in the 40's and 50's in Syracuse. My Mom had very fond memories of her and I think they went to Assumption High school together. Lois visited Marie in her Santa Barbara home about 20 years ago so I was lucky enough to meet her. They kept in touch until my mother passed away in January 2017. I received a thoughtful call from Lois afterward. She was a lovely lady.

Sandy Lamb

November 22, 2020

I worked with Lois at Baker High School. We had our break together everyday for several years. We shared a love of SU basketball and she would join me and my sons at the Dome when my husband couldn’t make it. She was a wonderful lady and I have great memories of her. Rest In Peace Lois. Sandy Lamb

George Cady

November 17, 2020

Sorry to hear about Lois. I was very fortunate to work with her for many years at Baker High School and have many great memories. One of the best was celebrating the SU basketball National Championship in 2003.

Michael Mayo

November 17, 2020

I love you, Aunt Lois. and always will.

Condolences to Beth, Karen, David, Stephen, and Gail Marie. So sorry to hear this sad news.

cousin Mike

Sue Bubel

November 16, 2020

Gail so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I will always think of her when watching SU basketball and watching tennis. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and John.

Karen Witter

November 15, 2020

Mrs. Mayo came for a holiday meal and brought me tea towels! They had beautiful floral designs, she was always so thoughtful. I still have those towels. So sorry for your loss. Karen, It’s Karen.

Mary kay iannicello

November 15, 2020

I was saddened to hear the news about your mother the other day. She will surely be missed. Growing up on Peck Rd. she was our second mother. She played that role very well and never shied away from reprimanding any one of us! Exactly what we all needed.....I love you all and know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers....She is probably up in Heaven with Aggie playing cards....
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