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Lois Mae Ball

September 2nd, 1922 - May 12th, 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012 was graduation day for Lois Mae Ball, 89, of Caldwell, Idaho. She went to be with the Lord and her husband, Clifford, who was patiently waiting for her. Lois was born on September 2, 1922 in Elm Spring, Arkansas. She was the third of nine children born to Flora and Henry George. She graduated second in her class and received a scholarship to John Brown University. However, she met and fell in love with Clifford Ball and they married on October 1, 1941 in Arkansas. Over the next few years, two daughters, Charlotte and Linda, completed their family. They resided in California until 1981 when Lois and Clifford moved to Idaho to be with family. Lois worked and played alongside her husband and welcomed each new grandchild as they were born into the family. She was a precious woman and all who knew her, loved her. In 2010 Clifford, her husband of 68 years went on ahead of her to Heaven. She was a shining example of a Christian woman and in her own words, “I will be with my Lord who has been with me all my life. All of you trust God for He will never fail you.” She is survived by her two daughters, Charlotte (Jim) Renwick of Georgia and Linda (Charlie) Towe of Caldwell; Granddaughters Carrie (Dave), Anita (Monty), Chrissy, Candy (Chad), and Grandson, Steve (Susan); six great grandsons, five great granddaughters, and one great-great grandson. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, May 15, 2012, 2:00PM at Canyon Hill Cemetery in Caldwell, Idaho. Condolences for the family may be made online to www.flahifffuneralchapel.com. Service Information

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