Lois El­iz­a­beth Florea

San Francisco Chronicle - - LIFE TRIBUTES -

Lois El­iz­a­beth Florea passed away peace­fully her home in Bel­mont on Au­gust 23rd, 2017. Lois is sur­vived by her daugh­ters Su­san Gregg and Bar­bara Atkin­son, grand­chil­dren Lori Pol­litt, Jeffrey Gregg, Kris­ten Al­varado, Michelle Verder­ame, Genna Verder­ame, great grand­daugh­ter Max­ine Pol­litt.

Lois is pre­ceded in death by her chil­dren’s fa­ther Ge­orge Florea, her son Philip Florea, her sis­ter Leah Wil­son and brother Robert Wil­son.

Lois was a de­voted, lov­ing car­ing, ded­i­cated wife, mother, grand­mother and great grand­mother.

Lois was born in Akron Ohio and was a grad­u­ate of The City Hos­pi­tal of Akron Ohio School of Nurs­ing. Lois worked tire­lessly as a Reg­is­tered Nurse for over 40 years through­out Akron, South­ern Cal­i­for­nia and San Ma­teo County.

Lois’ pas­sions in­clude singing with The Sweet Ade­lines In­ter­na­tional for 46 years and made many life­long friends while com­pet­ing Na­tion­ally and In­ter­na­tion­ally.

Lois vol­un­teered for more that 20 yeas at Se­ton Coast­side Hos­pi­tal and was rec­og­nized as the 2007 Vol­un­teer of the year.

Lois also en­joyed gar­den­ing and trav­el­ing with friends to beau­ti­ful and ex­otic places.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions in mem­ory of Lois Florea may be made to Na­tional Al­liance on Men­tal Ill­ness San Ma­teo County - NAMI

www.namisan­ma­teo.org 1650 Borel Place, Suite 130, San Ma­teo, CA 94402

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