Lois Virginia Smith

January 31, 1932March 13, 2019

Lois Virginia Smith was born on January 31, 1932 and passed away on March 13, 2019 in DOUGLASVILLE, Georgia.


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George Johnston

March 16, 2019

This was the last time I got to see my grandma. That was just after Christmas. What a beautiful sweet angel. I am sad to see her go it just breaks my heart but I am happy for her at the same time and a little jealous too. She gets to be with the others that have left for the promise land. We all will miss her. I love you grandma Lois Virginia Smith.

Ralph [ Butch ] Chaffin.

March 15, 2019

Aunt Lois was always a warm loving caring wonderful woman.
She was truly loved by anyone and everyone that truly came to know her.
She was a child of God, A Faithful servant of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
She was a loving and devoted wife, and a wonderful mother to 6 children.
She was like my second mom and eased the pain when my mom [ Betty Chaffin ] died.
She was the senior member of the family [ the anchor ] as it were of the original price family.
Now, aunt Lois, I can close my eyes and just see you in heaven doing what you love doing here on earth....but this time your dancing with the angels.......I Love You, Aunt Lois,

Greg Chaffin

March 15, 2019

How can I share just a memory when aunt Lois meant so much more. To Tony and Cathy and Judy and Michael, all I can really say to you 4 is I know and understand the pain you're going through I've been through it myself 23 years ago. It's the second hardest thing you will ever go through but you will get through it. I remember a family reunion many years back [ about 10 ] my oldest son Chris was applying to become a Firefighter and when we told the family aunt Lois said " I hope he fails the test " well that just shocked everyone especially, Chris. all 4 of my children have looked at there great aunt Lois as a second Nanny. Well as I said we were shocked and she explained that she loved Chris too much so much she did not want him to get hurt. Well he became a Firefighter he was also a Marine and I was up at her house 1 day visiting her and told her that he had to go to war she really didn't like that one. I've looked at her as a second mom after my mom died I think the bond that mom and aunt Lois had gone beyond sisters when aunt Lois showed mom how to be saved. I'm reminded of another memory of when my daughter Marie got married to her husband Mike. well those that don't know me I'm deaf but when there was dancing going on I saw aunt Loise just moving around in her chair and I walked over and ask her brother my uncle Garland Price why he doesn't dance with her? his response was " why don't you" and I said I'm deaf I can't hear the music and he said you can fell the beat right? so I walked over to my second mom my aunt Lois and said " aunt Lois would you want to dance with your deaf nephew? and her response was " I'll lead " that's why I loved her soo much... Now, aunt Lois, your work is done your Journey here has come to an end. Now you start a new journey on your way to heaven to see our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and hear the trumpets play while the Angels sing hallelujah I love you, aunt Lois ..........God Bless.