Lois P Lindbloom Allan

November 24, 1923April 30, 2013
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ALLAN, Lois P., of Seminole, joined her husband, George, in heaven on April 30. She was born in Pierre, S.D. in 1923. She graduated from Wood High School on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in 1941 and Sioux Valley Hospital School of Nursing, as an R.N. in 1948. She later received both B.S. and M.S. degrees in nursing, with honors. She married her beloved husband, George, in 1950 while he was serving in the USAF and stationed at Ellsworth AFB in Rapid City, S.D. When George retired in 1978, they moved to Seminole. She dedicated her career to caring for others first in serving her country in the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps and later as head R.N. in emergency and operating rooms of hospitals and as an instructor of nursing. She retired in 1986 from Bay Pines Veterans Hospital. She was a lifelong Methodist and active member of Oakhurst United Methodist Church where she started a volunteer program serving the elderly and was a member of the Mary/Martha Circle. Lois is survived by daughter Circuit Judge Linda Allan of Seminole and granddaughter Kristen Evers (Jim); daughter Kathleen Moyer (Chris) of Pine Island and grandsons Chris, James and David Moyer; sister Phyllis Moore; brother Edward Lindbloom (Irene); brother Warren Lindbloom (Dorothy); nieces and nephews; and her wonderful dog, Hank, now lovingly cared for by her dear friends Nancy and Harry Lyum. Public visitation is planned for Friday May 3rd from 4:30 to7pm at Moss Feaster Funeral Home Serenity Gardens Chapel 13401 Indian Rocks Rd in Largo. Service set for Saturday May 4th at 11:00 at Oakhurst UMC 13400 Park Blvd in Seminole, followed by interment and gathering at Serenity Gardens Memorial Park. Donations in her memory may be made to the Oakhurst UMC Missions program or the Lois Allan Nursing Scholarship at P.O. Box 48533, St. Pete. FL 33743.


  • Visitation Friday, May 3, 2013
  • Services Saturday, May 4, 2013

Lois P Lindbloom Allan

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Janet Roderick

May 6, 2013

Dear Linda and Kristen, Aunt Lois was very special to me. I always knew that I could count on her support and encouragement, and did several times. I have childhood memories of chicken rice soup, porcupines and visits to the emergency room at the hospital where she would always appear when I had yet another horse accident. I have been blessed by having Lois in my life.

Mary Lynn Dunham

May 4, 2013

Linda and family, please accept my deepest sympathy at this most difficult time. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

Carol Fant

May 3, 2013

Linda: I loved your parents very much. They had a gift for making me feel like I was one of their own. I can still hear your mom's voice, her laugh, and feel her loving hugs. What a gift -- to be remembered for your warmth, your kindness and your laugh! She and your dad are in heaven, enjoying all their beloved pets. I'm a better person for knowing Lois. She will be missed. My deepest sympathies to you all. Much, much love.

Kay Dillinger

May 3, 2013

Lois was a beloved and treasured friend and as I often said, surrogate mother to me. I will miss her but treasure such wonderful memories of a great and wonderful woman. She will be missed by those who had the privilege of knowing her.

Tami Morgan, grandson Andrew, Nicole & Chris Clark

May 3, 2013

Linda our hearts go out to you and your family. Losing my mom/wonderful gramma was the hardest thing ever. Please take comfort in knowing she is now your guardian angel wrapping her loving wings around you. Hugs!

May 3, 2013

Linda my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. Few words can express the dept of my empathy for you as a dear friend and all around good person. Jim Perry

Patti Johnson

May 3, 2013

Linda your mom has always been the mom for all women to strive to become. She was always strong in herself, her beliefs and her love for all of her family no matter what the circumstances were. That special love will live in your family forever, cherish it and keep it close in your heart forever.

Linda Allan

May 3, 2013

Thanks so much to my wonderful mom for her gift of unconditional love not only for our family but for the many others who came into her life. My father shared her compassion - they were quite a team. I have so many recollections of what they did for others. I hope to share some of these memories at the service for my mom on Saturday. In any event, thanks so much to my mom and dad not only for being such wonderful parents but for giving the gift of their love to so many others.

May 3, 2013

So sorry for your loss, At a time like this their are no words, to make you feel good. However, please know that ours care about you. Prayers to your family. Vince & Chris Trovato

Gary and Brenda Campau

May 3, 2013

Words cannot articulate the special person Lois was. From the moment we met George and her walking Scout down the street in 1995 our lives were transformed forever. Lois had such a love for her family her friends and her church. She loved the old time hymns. She had a great laugh and wonderful sense of humor. She was so giving of her time and her heart for people, I never heard her say no to anyone who needed help. You couldn't slow her down. We shared many laughs and tears together. We were blessed and honored to have known her. We love her and we will miss her deeply. I can hear the Lord saying " Well done thy good and faithful servant". For the family I offer these words of comfort found in Matthew 5:4
"Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted". May God Bless You.