Lois J Allen

November 30, 1957April 6, 2012

Lois Jean Allen, 54, of Mechanicsville, passed away April 6, 2012, peacefully at her home. Lois was born in Harrisonburg, Va., on November 30, 1957. She was preceded in death by her father Fred F. Vest. She is survived by her Mother Nancy Vest, sister, Brenda Vest, daughters, Leslie Allen and Lilly Monroe, grandchildren, Emily, Sabrina, Seth, Aisha, Daliah, step sons, Travis Gibson and Chris Gibson, Long time partner, Charles "Buddy" Gibson. She worked with Hanover County Public Schools and will be missed by all. Condolences at:


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tyrees dandridge

April 20, 2012

god bless you and buddy love tyrees dandridge family atime

brenda brown

April 18, 2012

My deepest sympathy to lois family. I had the pleasure of meeting Lois in Sept. 2010 at Pole Green school I say pleasure because even through it was only for a short time that I knew her she touched my heart with her gentle soul. I know Lois is in the comfort of God arms.See you in heaven Lois

Monica Buck

April 17, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with all of Lois's family. I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Lois at PGES many years ago and remember her fondly.

patty bledsoe

April 10, 2012

To Leslie and Lily and Buddy I'm so sorry for your loss.I worked with Lois at Pole Green School since 2006,she was a very good friend and we all miss her very much .I love you Lois take care and hope to see you in heaven

Deb Trobaugh

April 10, 2012

R.I.P. Lois......Grottoes will miss you.

Cheryl (Wyatt) Glover

April 8, 2012

So sorry for your loss. I remember Lois very well, we went to school together, graduated and grew up together in Grottoes. She taught me how to drive in her VW. She will be sadley missed.

Karen Smith

April 8, 2012

To Buddy and family,My deepest sympathy goes out to you and Lois's family. I worked with Lois at Pole Green School since 2001. She was loved by all. She was a dear friend and coworker. She treated my son, William, as if he were her own. Boy did she spoil him. She was more than just a friend, she was like a big sister to me. She was always there when I needed a hug and a lending ear. The tears are flowing but not for sorrow but for the memories we made with her. Lois, you will be missed dearly. Until we meet again. RIP sweet lady. Love you.

Gail McDaniel

April 8, 2012

My prayers are with the whole family at this time. I have known Lois about my whole life. Missed her being in Grottoes but every time I have run into her it's been really nice; we gave each other a hug and talked a few.

April 8, 2012

To Buddy and Lois's family. My heart is breaking upon hearing the sad news. I worked with Lois at Pole Green Elementary School from the time they opened in 2000 until 2007. She was the first person I saw each morning. My ray of sunshine. So many great memories. She will be missed beyond words. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you at this time. Good bye Miss Lois. Love you always.

Patty Hundley

delores thompson

April 8, 2012

so sorry for you loss will be praying for all of you