Obit: Pfeifer, Lois F. #2 (1928 - 2005)
Contact:  Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Pfeifer, Saunders, Narron, Harmon, Kappen, Hemstrom, Kidrick, Dell, Nichols, Maske, Taylor, Franke

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, WI.) February 2, 2005

Pfeifer, Lois F. (November 20, 1928 - January 27, 2005)

Lois F. (Harmon) Pfeifer, age 76, of Black River Falls, and formerly of Stevens Point, died Thursday, January 27, 2005 in the Neillsville Memorial Medical Center.

Lois was born on November 20, 1928 to Lloyd and Susie (Saunders) Narron. She was raised in Jackson County and she graduated from the Black River Falls High School in 1946.

She married Clifford C. Harmon on June 2, 1948 in Black River Falls. The couple were later divorced. She married Jerome Pfeifer in Neillsville on July 13, 1994. The couple resided in Black River Falls and Jerry preceded his wife in death on December 16, 1994.

Lois was a former waitress and she managed various ladies apparel stores. She was the owner and operator of the Harmony House of Fashion in Black River Falls for over 25 years. Operating her own business was her passion.

She loved to crochet.

Surviving are two daughters, Debra (John Kappen) Harmon, Augusta, and Brenda Hemstrom, Neillsville; three brothers, Willard (Martha) Kidrick, Black River Falls; Robert (Cheryl) Kidrick and John (Luella) Kidrick, both of Westfield, MA; two sisters, Llona Dell and Coleen Nichols, both of Black River Falls; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; her former husband and very good friend, Clifford C. Harmon; two step-sons, John Pfeifer, Beloit, and Gary Pfeifer, Rockford, IL; five step-daughters, Joyce Maske, Monroe Center, IL; Luanne and Suanne Pfeifer, both of Rockford, IL; Cheryl Taylor, Randolph; and Linda (Thomas) Franke, La Crosse, and several step-grandchildren.

She was also preceded in death by her parents, one grandson, and one brother Gary.

Funeral services were held on Monday, January 31, 2005, from Torgerson Funeral Home, Black River Falls. Pastor Thomas Dunham officiated and burial was in the Melrose Cemetery.

The family prefers memorials be given to the American Lung Association.



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