Lois Drommerhausen, 1930-2015
Published 9:49 am Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Funeral services for Lois E. Drommerhausen of Albert Lea will be at 2 p.m. Friday at First Lutheran Church in Albert Lea. The Rev. Al Stoa will officiate. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Bonnerup Funeral Service and one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment will be in Graceland Cemetery.
Lois died Monday, March 23, 2015, at the Good Samaritan Society of Albert Lea. She was 84.
Lois was born Oct. 29, 1930, in Albert Lea, the daughter of Morris and Annie (Johannsen) Evenson. She graduated from Albert Lea High School in 1948.
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On Oct. 30, 1949, she was united in marriage to Donald Drommerhausen at First Lutheran Church in Albert Lea.
Lois was employed by Naeve Hospital for over 30 years, most recently in medical records. She was an active member of First Lutheran Church where she was in the church circle and worked with holidays ahead. Lois enjoyed bowling and socializing with her friends, but most important was the time she spent with her children and grandchildren at all of their events.
Lois is survived by her husband, Donald, of Albert Lea; sons Donn and his wife, Debbie, of Stillwater, Terry and his wife, Valerie, of New Prague and David and his wife, Julie, of Albert Lea. There are five grandchildren, Mark (Michele) Drommerhausen of Stillwater, Scott (Julie) Drommerhausen of Lake Elmo, Emily (Jaret) Sievers of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Elizabeth (Phillip) Genskow of Fridley and Eric (Lauren Dordal) Drommerhausen of St. Paul. Great-grandchildren include Cole, Connor and Charlie Drommerhausen, Jana Sievers, and Evan, Aaron and Grace Parker. She is survived by sister, Margaret Holstad; brother, Morris (Daphne) Evenson; sisters-in-law Beverly (Martin) Oleson and Delphine Drommerhausen; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Lois was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Irene (Alvin) Herth; and brothers-in-law Mervin Holstad and Roland (Priscilla) Dulitz.
Memorials are preferred to Peace and Power at First Lutheran Church.