Lois Hall Ehle
Lois Hall Ehle, 83, Mooresville, died peacefully on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013 in IU West Hospital, Avon.
Lois was born Jan. 24, 1930 in Alexandria.
She graduated from Alexandria High School in 1948. The family relocated to Mooresville in the 1950s. Lois worked for the Bud & Bloom Florist for more than 20 years.
She had been a member of the First United Methodist Church and Bluff Creek Christian Church. More recently, she was an active and devoted member of the Church at Mt. Gilead. In addition, Lois was a member of Kappa Kappa Delta Sorority.
She was an avid sports fan and enjoyed reading. She collected Snow White memorabilia, Hummels and elephant figurines.
A very caring and giving person, Lois was known for the neighborhood carnivals she and the family would host annually. Her smile could light up any room. Lois will be missed by her loving family and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Harry L. Hall and her second husband, Howard L. Ehle; half-siblings, Frank Thompson and Sandra Thompson; and grandson, Luke Davee.
Survivors include her children Alice K. DeHoff (Steve) of Coatesville, Nancy Avila (Art) of Mooresville, Sherry Brown (Darrell) of Mooresville, Shirley Weedling (Jeff) of Mooresville, John Ehle of Greenwood, Scott Ehle of Ohio; Birdella Ann Boone (Gleen) of Virginia, and Robin Davee (Randy) of Mooresville; grandchildren, Lois, Doug, Erica, Norma Jean, Nick, Cindy, Priscilla, Stephanie, Timmy, Elizabeth, Khristal, Carrie Ann, Desi, Brad and Drew; 14 great-grandchildren; and half-siblings Robert Thompson of North Carolina, Carol Ann Fasel of California, Claudia Morrell of Kansas, and Janice Morris of Ohio.
The funeral service will begin at 10 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 26 in the Carlisle--Branson Funeral Service & Crematory, Mooresville, with calling there from 4-8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 25. The graveside service will be held on Thursday at 3 p.m., in Park View Cemetery, Alexandria.
Memorial contributions may be made to Boys Town. Envelopes will be provided at the funeral home.
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