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Lois Erwin

Thursday, September 29, 2022
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Lois Erwin

Lois Marie (Berry) Erwin, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great-grandmother and sister, was carried gently into Jesus’ arms, her last and heavenly home on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022.

We celebrate her overwhelming joy as she now worships God in His glorious presence. Lois is now reunited with her dad, mom, her daughter Paula, four brothers, one sister and other family members and friends.

Family and friends attended a Celebration of Life gathering Monday, Sept. 26, at Cottage Hill Cemetery in Shive.

Lois was born June 11, 1942, in Walnut Springs to Harry and Pauline (Teeters) Berry.

She was a wonderful mother to Raymond Callan and wife Lynn, Connie Tallent, Paula Robertson and husband Ralph and David Burton and wife Mary Ellen and her grandson, Jacob Robertson and wife Kim.

Lois was united in marriage to Cleveland Duane (Pops) Erwin on Dec. 31, 1986. Like most marriages, they had their ups and downs but the love they had for each other was marvelous. One of the most precious times in her life was loving and spoiling her grandchildren, Charity (Callan) Gantt and husband Justin and their children Tanner and Callan; Bubba Callan and Tori Mathys and their children Landry and Taggert; Heidi (Callan) Jahns and husband Ethan and their children Graham and Jake; Cody Manning; Carl Manning; Cassidy Manning; Cale (Alexis) Callan; Austin Tallent and wife Cassie and their children Keagan, Sarah, Macie and Gracelyn; Lauren (Tallent) and husband Chris Buster and their children Wade, and Kaitlynn; Nolan Tallent and his son Sterling; Ashley (Chrystal Cantrell); Chasity Lopez and her husband Erby; Emiliegh Burton; Cade Robertson, Colton Robertson; Tori Ramsey; Sarah (Ramsey) Hunt; and numerous greatgreat- great grandchildren. Lois is also survived by her brother, Robert Berry, who was her best friend.

Mrs. Lois will be remembered for her beautiful voice and smile that served to strengthen family and friends. Lois left this verse for her family and friends that she loved dearly. “He that heareth my word, and believeth in him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation, but is passed from death unto life.” John 5:24 The family would like to express our thanks for the wonderful help and care given by Coryell Health Rehab Living, Coryell Health Hospital and Scott & White Hospital.

And always remember to put mustard on your hamburgers!