Lois Ann Tourangeau
June 16, 1938 – February 2, 2020
Lois Ann Hamilton Tourangeau, 81, surrounded by family at home in NC, found rest from pneumonia on February 2, 2020.
Lois was born June 16, 1938 in Nashua, NH and grew up in Berlin, NH. She was predeceased by parents Ruth Stahl and John Hamilton, and sister Eleanor. She graduated Berlin High School and University Maine Orono, married David Tourangeau, raised her family in Cape Elizabeth, ME, divorced, became fiercely independent, and lived in UT, FL, NH, and NC.
Lois touched lives by: being a mother, entrepreneur, Girl Scout troop leader and council president, founding mother/first president of Bedford Friendship Quilt Group; providing endless support and constant laughter through her irreverent humor.
Lois is survived by three loving children: Lisa Wojenski, husband Joe, Shallotte, NC; Matthew, Cape Elizabeth, ME; Mark, wife Lori, Park City, UT. She adored and will be forever missed by her grandchildren Jess, Jake, Celeste, Gabriel, Nate, and Olivia, her wonderful nieces, cousins, and countless friends.
A Celebration of Life is planned for June in NH. In lieu of flowers, please donate in her honor to your favorite organization (excluding, per Lois, the incumbent); or perform a random act of kindness.
Online condolences may be made to www.shallottefunerals.com.
White Funeral and Cremation Service, 3660 Express Drive, Shallotte, NC.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Lois Ann Tourangeau
February 9, 2020
Hi, my name is Roxana Small and I worked with Lois at Design Cotton in Portland during the 80's. I have a picture of her at my baby shower. We lost touch after I left work to raise my children. I moved to Hooksett, NH in 87 and never realized she was also in NH not far from me. Just wanted to say I'm sorry to hear of her passing, we had a lot of fun together at Design Cotton.
February 7, 2020
Lois, Carol Archer and I spent many hours together growing up in Berlin - Lois on Denmark street, Carol , on Sweden and me, on Norway. Lois and I graduated from Berlin High in the Class of 56, with Carol graduating in 1955 along with my future husband, Jerry. We all went separate ways, Carol to nursing, Lois to college and me to marriage
Our paths crossed again when Lois and family were living in Wilmington, Delaware and we were stationed at Dover AFB in Dover Delaware. The last time our paths crossed, Lois was divorced, living in southern N.H but was visiting at their family camp in Maine while I was at Carol's camp on the same pond, Lois brought a yummy blueberry sorbet to add to supper.
Have had a pleasant trip down memory lane after reading her obit. Although now living in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas we still read the Daily Sun, Mary Ellen (Nielson) Fogg