Lois R. Lauber
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Lauber , Lois R.

Lois R. Lauber, age 82 of Berwyn. Beloved daughter of the late Ladislav Lawrence Lauber and Ruth Muller, dear sister of the late Carole Woods, fond niece of the late Caroline J. Lotoszynski and special friend of Margaret Forsberg, Phyllis Bernstein and Jeannie Adams. Private cremation services have been held. Funeral arrangements by Kuratko-Nosek Funeral Home, North Riverside. Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.KuratkoNosek.com. Info: (708) 447-2500

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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Jul. 26, 2020.
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July 27, 2020
I remember this tall lady in a leopard print coat bringing in multiple cats to the Cat Practice

She loved every one of the 26 cats and I couldn’t believe she had several with FLV

My sister and I cat sat for her when her hip was replaced

There were soooooo many cats
I was so excited

But we also had to leave food for the squirrels, possums and raccoons

She must have been treated by all her animal friends over the rainbow bridge
Marylyn Batory
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July 24, 2020
Oh Lois you had the kindest heart. You gave a home to so many strays and many rejects that no one wanted.
I am sure they were all waiting for you, especially your beloved Garfield.
Deborah Doucet
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July 23, 2020
Ohh Lois
You had the kindest heart. Your love for your cats went above and behind. You gave a home to many strays, and rejects no one else wanted.
I am sure they were all waiting for you, especially your beloved Garfield.
Deborah Doucet
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