OBITUARY

Lois Fern Lanier

April 24, 1947January 27, 2021

Lois Fern Lanier, age 73, of Del City, Oklahoma went to be with our Lord and Savior on January 27, 2021. She was the daughter of Murl and Mildred Wilson.

Lois worked for McAfee & Taft law firm in Oklahoma City for 35 years and retired in 2015. Lois was a member of Exchange Ave Baptist Church for many years before joining Southern Hills Baptist Church. She was active in her community volunteering and the church Jubilee Choir at Southern Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. She was a wonderful Mother, Grammy and friend. She will be missed by all she touched.

Lois is survived by: her children Mandie Wasik of Bethany, Michelle and Dru Alleman of Bethany, Melody and Robert Muñiz of Midwest City, grandchildren Cierra Wasik, Morgan Wasik, Danielle Alleman, Isabella Muñiz, Josiah Alleman and great-grandson, Nolan McClendon.

A Celebration of Life is planned for Saturday, May 15th from 4-6pm at Southern Hills Baptist Church— 8601 S Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, OK 73159

To honor and celebrate her life, memorial donations can be made in her name to the Southern Hills Baptist Church to support missions and the food pantry. https://www.myshbc.com/giving

Services

15 May

Celebration of Life

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Southern Hills Baptist Church

8601 S. Pennsylvania Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159

Memories

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Tommy Merritt

February 5, 2021

Lois was a genuinely kind person. I have only heard sweet things about her and her love for others. She was always pleasant and consistently wanted to make sure that others had what they needed. Continued prayers for her friends and family as they mourn her passing.

Patricia Hays

February 4, 2021

Lois was a sweet, gentle person. She will be missed.

Penny & Ed Muniz

February 3, 2021

Lois was a very special lady who loved the Lord and her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Shirley Tyson

February 3, 2021

Lois was always appreciative of everything. She would see the good in everything. I haven’t known her long, but she was a good friend. We will miss her. She always put others before herself.

Mary Scism

January 29, 2021

To Lois' Family: Lois was my best friend and I loved her very much. She always was loving and had good things to say. Even when she suffered, she lifted it up to our Heavenly Father with all faith. She gave me cause to be a better person. I will always cherish her. She and I were partners in the Jubilee Choir at Southern Hills Baptist Church. We would work hard to be on the right note and enjoyed the experience. She loved her family and spoke always of her girls and grandchildren. She lived for all of them. She will be singing in the Heavenly choir now and will be waiting for the day to be reunited with her loved ones and friends. A faithful servant now in Heaven and has no suffering with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Love you, Mary Scism

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY