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Judy and Steve Ochs

It was a pleasure knowing Lois at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, where she was a leader and active member of the church. We remember that at our monthly church dinners, she brought some of the best food! Lois was an independent, strong and interesting woman. We are so glad we had the opportunity to know her.

Lois Gene Laing

2022-05-24

Lois G. Laing, 89, of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away on May 24, 2022, in her home at The Lakeside of Amelia Island surrounded by her loving family and caregivers.
Born on June 14, 1932, in Chicago, Illinois to the late Gunnar and Ethel Holnn-Moller, she grew up and was educated in the Chicago land area. She graduated from William Howard Taft High School and attended Lake Forest College, the School of Management.
Over the years she worked as an Executive Administrative Assistant, then Personnel Supervisor for American Hospital Supply Corporation in Evanston and McGaw Park, Illinois. She retired from business at age 42 and begin working as a volunteer for A Safe Place, a shelter for battered women in Waukegan, Illinois. She joined their Board of Directors and later served as Board Chairperson for 5 years before her husband retired and they moved to Florida.
Since moving to Amelia Island, Lois has been involved as a volunteer for Saint Peter's Parish, the Barnabas Center, Amelia Island Museum of History, and served 9 years on the board of Joy to The Children as Treasurer. She also volunteered at Micah's Place and later served on the Micah's Place Board working with the Program and Personnel Committees until she had to resign in 2003 for health reasons.
She was a committed member of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church congregation and was a staunch supporter of the establishment of Lindisfarne Hall, a Christian classical education school that now services the local community.
Lois was preceded in death by her husband of 41 years, Brien Laing, their daughter, Kathleen Laing, and her brother, Robert A. Moller.
She leaves behind her children, Kimberly Laing and Cindy (Lanny) McLaughlin of Fernandina Beach; Her grandchildren, Brien Kirkpatrick of Stockport, Ohio and Christine (Gerry) Raymond of Phoenix, Arizona and three great grandchildren: Lucas, Samantha, and David, and many nieces, nephews, and extended family.
She was a woman of tenacious spirit and a loving heart. To know her was to know that anything was possible with hard work and faith. She believed in helping her fellow man and will be remembered for her compassionate and steadfast support of her friends and family. She will be forever missed.
A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, June 11, 2022, at Holy Trinity Anglican Church with a social reception hour to follow services. She will be laid to rest in the All Saints Memory Garden.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to Micah's Place or Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

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