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Lois A. Hillberry

Lois Ann Hillberry, 73, our beautiful and loving wife, mother, and grandmother passed away October 31, 2015 in Thornton, CO surrounded by family. Born on April 25, 1942 in Sheridan, Wyoming, Lois was the oldest daughter and third child of Louis and Ann Lavin and grew up in Worland, WY. She married her husband, Dwaine, of 53 years June 24th, 1962 and moved to Craig where she became a mother and raised four active daughters.
Lois was a devoted mother and wife, active year round providing for her family. A passionate cook, her family and friends enjoyed amazing home cooked meals and baked goods. As an accomplished seamstress, she had her four daughters wearing matching homemade outfits to find them in a crowd. She made many Halloween costumes, prom and wedding dresses.
Lois had many roles when her daughters were young: 4-H leader, favorite schoolroom mother, Brownie leader and team driver. As her girls got older, she became their biggest fan and cheerleader during all sports seasons. As years passed, her role changed to active and loving grandmother. Lois instilled a strong sense of family in her daughters, without exception family gathered every year to celebrate Christmas.
She enjoyed traveling with her family and visited England, Mexico, Bahamas, Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii, Florida and took many road/camping trips.
Lois’ quick wit and crazy sense of humor colored every occasion! She was her family’s rock, the steady beat in their lives, and they will miss her immensely. She is survived by her husband, her daughters LeeAnn, Marlene, Jodi, Teresa, four son-in-laws, six grandchildren, a brother and a sister.
Funeral services to be held Saturday at Veile Mortuary in Worland, Wyoming . A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held in Craig during the Christmas Holidays.

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