×

Collins-McKee-Stone Funeral Home

109 Broad Street, Martinsville, VA

OBITUARY

Lois Imogene Stultz

January 10, 1937March 19, 2020

Miss Lois Imogene Stultz, 83, of Shannon Hills, Ridgeway, passed away at the Mulberry Creek Manor on Thursday, March 19 of natural causes.

She was the ninth daughter and the thirteenth child of the late William T. Stultz, Sr. and Goldie Virginia Stultz of Ridgeway.

She was a graduate of Drewry Mason High School and Steed College of Commerce. She worked as an office clerk at Globman’s Department Store and retired from BB&T Bank.

She was predeceased by sisters, Dora Hutcherson of Greensboro, Virginia Gauldin, Margaret Stultz, and Carolyn Barton all of Roanoke, Edna Martin and Charlotte Martin; brothers, William T. Stultz, Jr., George C. Stultz of Greensboro and Edward Stultz.

She is survived by her brother, S. Gerald Stultz of Hialeah, Florida; sisters, Christine Stultz of the home, Shirley Stultz Parcell and her husband Ray of Fieldale. She is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday at McKee-Stone Funeral Home with interment at Roselawn Burial Park.

Due to the COVID-19 virus, the service will be private with no visitation.

Arrangements are by McKee-Stone Funeral Home-Martinsville, VA To express condolences online, please visit www.collinsmckeestonemartinsville.com

Services

  • Private Funeral Service Monday, March 23, 2020

Memories

Lois Imogene Stultz

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Paul and Sue Nickelston

March 23, 2020

We remember Lois from Grace Baptist Church with a smile. She and her sisters always greeted people smiling with genuine affection. We miss those days and those people. Our sincere sympathy to Christine and rest of family. God bless.🙏🏼❤️

Linda Harris

March 22, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Miss Lois. I am a volunteer for Mountain Valley Hospice and had the privilege of visiting with her. Even though I have known her only a short while, I could see what a special, loving person she was. I am sure I got just as much, or more out of the visits than she did.