Lois Patricia Divita - Person

February 17, 1937March 14, 2020

It is with great sadness that the family of Lois Patricia DiVita-Person announce her passing after a hard-fought illness, on Saturday March 14, 2020 at the age of 83. Lois will be lovingly remembered by her sons, Kenneth Francis DiVita (Beverly), Robert Marshall DiVita (Roger), Richard Joseph DiVita (Viktoriya) , John Joseph DiVita (Michelle) and Steven Peter DiVita (Duyen). Additionally Lois leaves behind grandchildren Jade (Christopher), Kelsey (Camilo) , Bayli (Joseph), Katherine , Keeley, Evan and Emily; and great grandchildren Katarina, Aveline Mae, Theodore and Benjamin; Sister in laws Martha Walsh, Anita DiVita and Marguerite Watson, Nieces Darlene and Valerie; Nephews Scott, Craig, Rick, Tim and Chris. Lois was the widow of two exemplary men, Joseph Francis DiVita and Robert Person and pre deceased by her daughter in law Kymberly DiVita, Parents Marshall Walsh and Elizabeth Longmuire (Walter), , Brothers David Walsh (Martha), Richard Walsh and Thomas O’Shea , Brother in law Carmen DiVita and Sister in law Rita DiVita. Lois lived life passionately and gave so much to everyone around her. She loved to Dance, be with her family, talk and play cards with her sisters in law, and visit with all her friends at the American German club, in particular Cornelius. She will be missed by so many but will be rejoining from her past with so many loved ones. A Celebration of Service will be held at a future date. Please check back often.


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Lois Patricia Divita - Person

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Caroline Gerlich Call

March 20, 2020

So sorry to hear of Lois's passing. I met her at the American German Club ca. 1990. I remember that she and Audra Spooner hosted the annual Country-Western party at the Club and they invited my C/W dance team to perform. Lois was a faithful member, always willing to help whenever needed. She was always so gracious and friendly, and will be sorely missed. Rest in peace, Lois. My deepest condolences to her family.

A salas

March 18, 2020

Lois was always so welcoming when we saw her. Her thoughtfulness was so appreciated. We will miss her and her ready smile . She was always so proud of her boys and family, the stories she shared always made us smile. Our hearts are sad for the loss but we look forward to a reunion some day.