Lois Sieber

Lois Sieber

Monday, November 21st, 1938 Friday, April 17th, 2020

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Obituary for Lois Maurine Sieber

Lois Flaming Sieber
11-21-1938 --- 4-17-2020

Lois first saw the light of day in Fresno, California, as the fourth born, after Doris, Wayne, and Bruce, to Jack and Myrtle Krause Flaming.

After an early childhood in Fresno, and the addition of sisters Beverly (Friesen) and Shirley (Dyck), the Mennonite farming family moved to rural Monmouth, Oregon where the family owned a dairy farm where Lois become an accomplished udder washer.

1956 was a significant year for her as she graduated from Central High School, was voted City of Monmouth Centennial Queen, and left for nurses training in Portland at Emmanuel Hospital School of Nursing.
After earning her degree as a Registered Nurse she headed south to San Jose, California to continue her nursing profession at San Jose Hospital, and later becoming Nursing Supervisor at Los Gatos Community Hospital.

A blind-date with a University of the Pacific School of Dentistry first year student, changed her life.

After marriage, husband Paul’s graduation, and the addition of son Steven, the three moved to Monmouth, daughter Heidi soon arrived and Paul established a thirty-year dental practice.

In the growing years, Lois excelled as a homemaker and the family became skiers, hikers, beach goers and travelers.

Later, with the children out of the house and her husband busy with his practice, Lois became even more involved in community life with Smith Fine Arts series, historic Monmouth Social Hour Club, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, and the Monmouth Library. She also enjoyed time outside with her flowers.

Grand children: Anna, Lily, Julia (Steve with Michaela Swenson Sieber), and Joseph, William (Heidi with Bryan Vasseur), made Lois’s love and nursing skills grow even more through the years.

Along with the wisdom and skills of age come also the aches, pains, and problems of a life well-lived.

Lois left the light of day for a better place, on a sunny Oregon morning with her husband of 52 years at her side.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Salem at a future date. Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center is caring for the final arrangements,

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Julie Bonnett

Heidi & family I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom.
Comment | Posted at 07:23pm via Condolence

Connie Leek

So sad to hear of Lois passing. We graduated together from Emanuel Hospital nurses training and moved together to begin our first jobs as RN’s at Salem Memorial Hospital. She was the best nurse ever, wonderful roommate, and later a bridesmaid in my wedding.sending love to all of the family. She truly made the world a better place. Connie Leek
Comment | Posted at 04:47pm via Condolence

John Tracy

Our family was saddened by the passing of Lois. She was an outstanding lady and a very good friend to my wife, Diane. She always admired Lois for the way she carried herself, her cooking acumen, and greetings that were warm and genuine. She is a large loss to the community. We will always remember her graciousness, and will miss her. We always felt we could call her friend.
John and Diane Tracy
Comment | Posted at 08:03pm via Condolence

Greg Ford

Lois was another Mom for me. As Heidi and I grew up, she was there to provide counsel or advice. As we got older, Lois was still there doing the same for me as if I was one of her kids. This is a tragic time for all, but especially the Sieber family. I wish them the strength and love from all of us who Lois supported, cared for, and loved. She is missed.
Comment | Posted at 05:44pm via Condolence

Lindley Family

With heavy hearts, we are hoping The Sieber family will find strength during these difficult times. The community has lost a wonderful person,she was the best neighbor ever! Lois excelled in being compassionate and was a great friend to our family. It was a honor and a privilege to have known her through many years❤️ Rest In Peace
Comment | Posted at 11:44pm via Condolence

Dorothy Traeger

I am so sorry to hear about lois. she was a very special person. I spent 3 years at Emanuel hospital in nurses training with her and she was a bridesmaid in my wedding. condolences to her family. rest in peace Lois.
Posted at 02:00pm

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