The Idaho Statesman, 01/13/13
Lois Valoy Law Loveland was born December 28, 1918 and passed away January 11, 2013. She was born in Montpelier, Idaho, the daughter of Jesse and Audry Perkins Law. She was the fifth of 10 children. The family moved to Boise valley in 1932 and she attended schools in Meridian.
She married Carman Carlos Loveland May 3, 1937. Carman passed away June 8, 2011 shortly after their 74th wedding anniversary.
Lois enjoyed singing, playing her organ, knitting and crocheting. Many of her creations are family treasures. She enjoyed traveling, fishing and family gatherings. She was also an avid sports fan.
Lois was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and enjoyed serving in various capacities. She especially enjoyed working with the children and also family history. She and Carman served a mission in the Los Angeles, California LDS Temple Visitor's Center. They also served as temple workers in the Boise Idaho LDS Temple.
She is survived by three sons: Ronald (Linda), Gary (Ann) and Craig (Lorna); 15 grandchildren and 47 great-grandchildren; and one brother Vernon Law of Provo, Utah.
A viewing will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 16 at Zeyer Funeral Chapel, 83 N Midland Blvd, Nampa. (467-7300) According to her desire, only a brief graveside will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, January 17 at the Dry Creek Cemetery, 9600 Hill Road, Boise.
The family expresses a special gratitude to the wonderful staffs of Alpine Meadows Assisted Living, Life's Doors Hospice and Zeyer Funeral Chapel.
Published in Idaho Statesman on January 13, 2013