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Lois Oberholtzer

Lois Anne Oberholtzer

Saturday, May 13th, 1944 - Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020
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Oberholtzer, Anne:

Passed away on September 2, 2020 at her home at the age of 76.
Survived by her beloved husband Dave, son Jeff and his wife Lisa Hutfloetz, and daughter Julie and her husband Nate Tedesco.
Cherished grandma of Easton, Reed and Danica Oberholtzer, and Laila, Drew and Travis Tedesco.
Dear sister of Neil (Helen) Rintoul and Doris (Len) Robinson.
Special aunt of Heather Stewart and her husband Tyler and their children Mason, Alana and Brya.
Will be remembered by her brother-in-law Harry Gutoskie.
Predeceased by her parents Bill and Norma Rintoul, in-laws Lyle and Rita Oberholtzer, and sisters Sharon Campbell and Donna Gutoskie.

Anne worked for many years as the secretary at Waterloo North Presbyterian Church and for over 24 years as the Administrator at Waterloo Minor Soccer.

Cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held. Arrangements entrusted to the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 519-749-8467.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to Knox Waterloo Presbyterian Church ( https://knoxwaterloo.ca/home/ ) or a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family (cards available at the funeral home).
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Joan & Ray Voll

Posted at 07:18pm
Our warmest condolences, May the love shared and demonstrated between Dave and Anne keep the your family firmly in that circle of love.

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Shani Pregelj

Posted at 02:04pm
Jeff, Lisa and family. We would like to offer our deepest condolences on the passing of your mother Lois. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
We will make a donation to St. Vincent de Paul in Lois' memory.
God Bless
Shani, Stefan, Gabriel, Xavier and Dominik

Merle Underwood

Posted at 11:27pm
Dave. Jeff, Julie and families,
We are certainly thinking of you at this time of sadness and loss. Anne was a great wife, mom, neighbour and friend. I cherished her friendship for many years and carry this with me going forward. Her sense of humour, grace and wonderful laugh will long in my heart. She will be missed. I take with me many great memories of Anne. Thinking of you all and sending along peace for your hearts!
Merle Underwood and family (Mark and Cheryl)

Jim Bunsch

Posted at 11:30am
Dear Dave & Family I am saddened to read that you have lost Lois. From my reading of the condolences, I wish I had known her. But I do remember you from KCI. I wish your Lois happy trails & that you meet up with her again one day. Best to you, Jim Bunsch (Twsp of Carling, on Georgian Bay)

Barbara Hayden

Posted at 09:20pm
Dave -- This is a blast from the past. Firstly - so very sorry to hear about Anne; and secondly, I met you before you married Anne when I roomed with her, Donna, and Mary Purdon at the Patricia Street Apts. I was attending Lougheed Business College. The year was 1966-67. You were dating Anne, and came to the apartment 'often' bringing goodies. One of the memories I have is - the bottles of wine you would bring, and when they were emptied we would put dripping candles in them, and when we figured we had enough wax on the sides of the bottle we would display them on the top of the cupboards. Anne had the use of her brother's car for the week, taking it home to the farm for him to use on the weekend. Great Memories. May all these great memories help ease your grieving pain. The picture you posted - Anne hasn't changed a bit from high school. Again my sympathy to you and your family. Sincerely Barb (MacKenzie) Hayden

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