KENSINGTON- Lois Joan Stoffer, 82, of Salem passed away at the Salem Community Hospital Sunday.
She was born March 29, 1930, to the late Wayne J. and Alta L. (Pelley) Roach in Kensington. She retired from American Standard and worked at the former A&P Meat Packing Plant in Salem. Lois was a lifetime member of the Salem Slovak and Amvets clubs and helped at the Amvets Breakfast Benefits. She was an avid Browns and Indians fan.
Lois was married to Paul Stoffer on July 15, 1974, and he died Jan. 17, 1996. She is survived by one son, Gary (Linda) Thomas of Hanoverton; a sister, Wanda Lee (Merle) Marietta of Gambier, Ohio; four granddaughters, Deanna (Doug) Hoover, Kristina (Ben) Virden, Kristen McClish and Brianne (Brian) Lanzendorfer; one grandson, Lee (Mary) Lewis; and 11 great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death was a son, Robert Allen Thomas, and a granddaughter, Eryca Lynn Thomas.
Private funeral services for the immediate family will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Maple Cotton Funeral Home in Kensington. Close friends are welcome to join the family at the cemetery to pay their respects at 2 p.m. in Grove Hill Cemetery in Hanoverton. In Lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to the Akron Children's Hospital.