OBITUARY

Lois Quinn

January 16, 1933April 6, 2021
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Elba Lois Quinn was born on January 16, 1933, in El Campo, Texas to Elbert Lee Anderson and Augusta Laura Wright Anderson. She passed away on April 6, 2021 in The Woodlands, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her beloved husband, William Thomas Quinn Jr. and son Steven Anderson Quinn.

Lois Quinn is survived by her children, Brenda Wyman and husband, Dwaine, Kay Trammell and husband, Don, Lisa Roberts and husband, Russ, Greg Quinn and wife, Carrie; her grandchildren, Bryan Anderson, Ryan Trammell and wife, Elsa, Brittany Wyman, Adrienne Congdon and husband, Michael, Karson Roberts and wife, Morgan, Korey Roberts and wife, Rachel, Mason Roberts, Jake Quinn, Lyndsey Roberts and Dalton Quinn; her greatgrandchildren, Gage Guidry, Rudder Trammell, and Barret Trammell.

Lois Quinn grew up in El Campo, Texas and attended El Campo High School as a proud Ricebird. She was editor of the school newspaper and marched in the band. After graduating, she attended Victoria College and met the love of her life, Tom Quinn where they both were in the band, Tom being the drum major. Lois and Tom then followed each other to Baylor University where Lois was a member in the Golden Wave Band. She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and married Tom on July 1, 1955. After raising her children in Houston, Lois worked for 20 years as the registrar at Conroe High School.

Fondly known as Mama Lois, she’s remembered as a beloved wife, mother, aunt and grandmother. From the time Lois was a young girl, her parents taught her to be true to herself. She became the mother of five children, three daughters and two sons. Lois was a skilled seamstress, in fact she hand-made all of her daughters’ wedding dresses, lined with amazing sequins and beautiful veils. When she wasn’t sewing, she spent time volunteering with WMU, Friends International, Ladies Fellowship, and playing cards with friends. Lois and Tom taught and mentored young married couples at church for many years and chaperoned multiple youth trips and activities. She was an active member of First Baptist Church Conroe for 50 years and a proud member of the Uplifters Sunday School class. Lois loved Jesus and was excited to meet her Savior face to face in heaven. She will be greatly missed.

A celebration of life for Lois will be held Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 11:00 AM at First Baptist Church Conroe, 600 N. Main St., Conroe, Texas 77301. A livestream of the service will be viewable through this link at https://fbcconroe.org/livestream

For floral arrangements please use Piney Rose Florist located at 2417 Research Forest Dr., Unit B, The Woodlands, Texas 77381 or order by phone 936-524-1540.

Memorial Contributions can be made to the local mission fund at First Baptist Church Conroe 600 N. Main St, Conroe, Texas 77301 or at https://fbcconroe.org/give/

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared with the Quinn family by signing the guest book.

  • FAMILY

  • Elbert Lee Anderson, Father (deceased)
  • Augusta Laura Wright Anderson, Mother (deceased)
  • William Thomas Quinn, Jr., Husband (deceased)
  • Steven Anderson Quinn, Son (deceased)
  • Brenda Wyman and husband Dwaine, Daughter
  • Kay Trammell and husband Don, Daughter
  • Lisa Roberts and husband Russ, Daughter
  • Greg Quinn and wife Carrie, Son
  • Bryan Anderson, Grandchild
  • Ryan Trammell and wife Elsa, Grandchild
  • Brittany Wyman, Grandchild
  • Adrienne Congdon and husband Michael, Grandchild
  • Karson Roberts and wife Morgan, Grandchild
  • Korey Roberts and wife Rachel, Grandchild
  • Mason Roberts, Grandchild
  • Jake Quinn, Grandchild
  • Lyndsey Roberts, Grandchild
  • Dalton Quinn, Grandchild
  • Gage Guidry, Great Grandchild
  • Rudder and Barret Trammell, Great grandchildren
  • Other family members and a host of friends are also left to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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Beth Waldrup

April 13, 2021

Brenda, Kay, Lisa, and Greg,
Mom does not have internet so she came to my church where she could watch the streamed service. She loved it. What a beautiful tribute to both Aunt Lois and Uncle Tom. Your family were always there. Your parents were there when my dad died. They were there for my wedding. I spoke to Aunt Lois at times and was always reassured by her love and wisdom. Your dad actually saved my life when we were at Buffalo River once. My love to each of you.

Julie Miller

April 10, 2021

I have such fond memories of "Mrs. Quinn," which started when I was 11 years old. Having Kay as my best friend, I spent a lot of time in their home. Mrs. Quinn treated me like one of her own, always offering me big hugs and smiles and lots of laughter. She was like a second mom to me. In high school, I was grateful to have her encouragement and hugs on an "as needed" basis, because she worked in the school office and always made herself available. She modeled Christian virtue to all who knew her and I am blessed to have known her.

Jim and Sonya Bucek

April 8, 2021

We just wanted to write a quick note to let the whole Quinn family know how sorry we are for your loss. Mama Lois will be dearly missed, but we are sure happy we knew her because she brought all of you into our lives and we have been blessed every day since. We love you all so much!

Don Trammell

April 8, 2021

What a joy to be with family when Momma Lois passed into eternity to see Jesus with her real eyes! We are sad she is not here but thrilled she is with Daddy Tom and her Lord and Savior, Christ the King! Psalms 23 and 121 are our "go to" verses at present!

Don and Kay Trammell
Arlington, Texas

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