Lois E. Stewart

lois stewart

March 16, 1925 ~ August 27, 2016

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Lois E. Stewart Birth: 3-16-25; Death: 8-27-16 Born in Fowler, CO; graduated from La Junta High School and Brown's Business College in La Junta. Attended Centennial High School in Pueblo. Resided in Raton, NM from 1963 to 1969, but lived most of her life in Pueblo until moving to Canon City in 1981. Retired from the Colorado Division of Employment and Training in 1985 to pursue a writing career. Was successful as a published poet and songwriter, best known for her book, 'Look for the Rainbow,' and the song, 'I Found the Rainbow.' She also wrote verses for several greeting card companies. She was an active member of the National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW); Pueblo Chapter #7 OES, having served as Worthy Matron of that chapter, and as Grand Chaplain for the State of Colorado OES. She was an active member of the First Christian Church in Canon City, the National Art Society and the Fremont County Center for the Arts. She was preceded in death by her husband, Guy W. Stewart; mother, Marjorie R. Weidner; sister, Derrell R. Scott; and niece, Derrelene Metzger. She is survived by daughter, Della (Ed) Peterson, and daughter, Donna Stewart (friend Dan Cloward). She is also survived by grandchildren, Kim (Wes) Breshears, Eric (Debbie) Peterson, Jennifer (Paul) Miller, Jeannie (Dan) Ables, David (Stephanie) Raymer and Jim (Barbara) Raymer. She also leaves behind many great grandchildren, grandniece, Brenda (Clay) Russell and grandnephew, Kurt Metzger. Graveside service, 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 2, 2016, at Imperial Memorial Gardens. For complete obituary and online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Della and Ed, I will never forget when I first met your mom at the women’s program at work. She was so beautiful and I really enjoyed talking with her. I know Dave liked talking with her on the phone about her Alaska trip you all took. She was a woman with sweet spirit and she was always ready to go do whatever. Love you. Sherry and Dave

  2. Della, I know how much you loved you mom – and how much she loved and depended on you. It was always a delight to visit her and see her face light up – making me feel so special just to be in her presence. You were blessed with a very special mom and I know her love will carry you through for the rest of your life. Hugs sweet girl.

  3. Our deepest condolences to the family of Lois. Always remember Lois as a very caring person,beautiful person both inside and out. Enjoyed seeing her when we would go to grand chapter for Eastern Star. She always enjoyed it when Tom and I would take her to lunch, until she could no longer go. We will miss her very much.

  4. Della and Donna a world of hugs and prayers to you and your family. Your Mom was an enormous influence on us Dodd kids. She inspired me to write. I always felt at ease and welcomed in her home.

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