OBITUARY

Lois Ann Gondek

October 16, 1948January 1, 2021
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Lois Ann Gondek was born on October 16, 1948 and passed away on January 1, 2021 and is under the care of Olinger Hampden Mortuary & Cemetery.

Visitation will be held on January 15, 2021 at 4:00 pm at Olinger Hampden Mortuary & Cemetery, 8600 East Hampden Ave, Denver, CO. Funeral Service will be held on January 16, 2021 at 2:00 pm at Olinger Hampden Mortuary & Cemetery, 8600 East Hampden Ave, Denver, CO.

Donations in Lois Ann Gondek's memory can be made to Wounded Warrior Project.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, January 15, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

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Moya Family

January 27, 2021

Condolences to all of you. Our hearts are with yours.

Kenneth Lewis

January 16, 2021

We watched the service on livestream. The tribute to Lois was very well done with a perfect music selection. I'm going to toast her with an Irish Coffee or a Johnny Walker Red with coke in a tall glass with 'lots' of ice!!

Candy Gradert

January 16, 2021

So sorry for your loss she was a so loving and caring we loved her smile and laugh. We enjoyed you at the cabin with us she will be missed but not forgotten. Her laugh was contagious. Adam and family we are sending love hugs and we will keep you in our prayers Love you guys and we have another angel in heaven to watch over us. Love the Graderts

Eric & Linda Abel

January 15, 2021

Who would ever forget that laugh, and the incredible smile that went with it.

Adam - our heartfelt condolences go out to to you and your family.

Our memories of the fun times we had together (Tahiti (the cruise where we met Adam and Lois for the very first time), Puerto Vallarta (what a great time like Chico's Paradise) , Scottsdale (our son's wedding) and at Adam & Lois' beautiful home in Aurora, CO, for the Kentucky Derby, will always be with us.

What joy Lois brought to everyone. A beautiful soul.

Kenneth Lewis

January 14, 2021

So many terrific memories. Lois was always our vacation planner. You could be assured, if you got sick while on vacation with them, she would have something for your aliment because she was a walking pharmacy! We met 23 years ago on a Tahiti cruise. It was Lois's 50th. That led to another Tahiti cruise, Rhine River cruise, 3 weeks in Ireland (where she tried fried pigs ears), numerous other cruises, Mexico, Super Bowl, Kentucky Derby and Birthday parties. I, Ruth, am the other person in the ziplining picture . Lois kept saying "I don't like heights" but she went anyway moaning the whole way. I told her you can cross that off your bucket list - but guess what - it was never on her bucket list!
I also had 2-3 hour marathon phone conversations with Lois and we never solved any problems. But sure had a good time venting about whatever we discussed and always ended our conversation with 'love you'.
We can cry for her because we loved her but we need to remember she loved us too. When it is our time to travel alone she will be there with open arms and a big smile to welcome us home!
The broken heart, we are all sharing, will never go away. But in time we will learn to accept this tragic untimely loss. She will live through Adam, Kandy, Mark, grandchildren and friends. Bless you our dear friend. Ken and Ruth Lewis


















Karen Laboy

January 14, 2021

Our beloved Lois inspired Karen and Jose Laboy to have fun, to never stop laughing, to love your family and friends and to always strive to solve the world problems and all of our problems at any given notice. Our time spent together will forever be a part of who we are and we are thankful for those crazy wonderful times. Our heart aches for Adam and as soon as we are able we plan on visiting him to rejoice and celebrate Lois's life as she would have expected nothing less. We will head out to some garage somewhere and most certainly will generate new memories while revisiting the old ones, laughing and crying. Adam, we love you!!

Larry Bridges

January 13, 2021

Adam I am so sorry about Lois, I am just glad she talked you into coming to the 1st platoon reunion in Colorado Springs. I do hope that you will continue to come to our reunions. Sara and I have you and your family in our prayers. Love you brother.

Carmen Huff

January 13, 2021

Kandy,

I'm very sorry for the loss of your Mom. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this time. God Bless.

Randy and Bobbie Watt

January 12, 2021

Bobbie and I really enjoyed our times in the garage and being welcome to stop by anytime.

Angela McAllister

January 12, 2021

My heart is broken for Adam and the family. Lois was an amazing lady who touch so many and will truly be missed. We spent so many late nights discussing the world's problems and a few of our own, I will treasure those memories. Our trip to Mexico will always be a fond memory for our family as well. Lois, I hope you are throwing the ball for Yukon. Rest in peace, until we meet again! Angie

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