Alvah Halloran & Son Funeral Home

2125 Chili Ave, Rochester, NY


Lois E. Conradt

June 27, 1925November 23, 2019

Lois Conradt (Erdle), of Rochester, passed away on November 23, 2019.

She was predeceased by her husband of 63 years, Julius Conradt, sisters: Mary Agnes (Frank) Kinsky and Jane (Jim) Predmore.

She is survived by children: Susan (Patrick) Love, Mary, Barbara, Peggy (Dan) Kelly, Tom (Shelley), Carol (Alan) Shaffer; 10 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; brother, Reverend Thomas Erdle; sister-in-law, Marian (Dan) Conradt; nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to thank the staff and volunteers of URMC HomeCare Hospice and the Sunset House for their care and support.

Friends may call on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 from 5-7pm at the Funeral Home of ALVAH HALLORAN & SON, 2125 Chili Ave. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 10am at St. Boniface Church, 330 Gregory St. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the ARC of Livingston-Wyoming, Hillside Children’s Foundation or the Sunset House.


  • Calling Hours Tuesday, December 3, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Lois E. Conradt

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Carl Ehmann

December 2, 2019

My Dad and Mom (Bernie & Edie) would pile us six children in the family car to go visiting (unannounced usually) the C family and we always felt welcomed. I even learned to play Euchre there. I enjoyed all the activity as there was never a dull moment. Sorry for your loss. Think of each sunny day as your parents smiling down upon you and each precipitous one as them sending their blessings. May they Rest In Peace.

Eileen Pullara

November 30, 2019

Loie(as I was allowed to her her) was an amazing woman who raised 6 beautiful children and was a loving wife. My memories are from when I was in grade school and I would go over to her house to play with Peggy. She always greeted you with a smile and made you feel at home.
She used to have her card group come over and when it was that day Peggy couldn't play as she had to help clean and get the house ready for company. Lois loved her card games and continued to play into her 90's.
As an adult, I would see on Thanksgiving Day when I stopped at Mary's house and visited the family. She was always happy to see me and we would talk about all the things she did at the Meadows. I missed seeing her this Thanksgiving but I know she is in a better place. She was a great lady!