Lois Welsh

Lois E. Welsh (Baer)

Monday, February 10th, 1936 - Sunday, April 12th, 2020
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Lois E. Welsh, 84, of Janesville, had the most blessed Easter because she went to be with her Lord and Savior with her family at her side. She was born on February 10, 1936 in Rockwood, PA to the late Byron M. and Mary V. (Schumaker) Baer. She married Rev. Gerald Welsh on Christmas Eve 1955. She worked for Rock Haven Nursing Home for over 20 years until her retirement.
She was a faithful church member of Resonate Church, formerly the Christian Missionary Alliance. Her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren became her greatest pride and joy. Lois touched everyone she met with her sweet and gentle nature. She enjoyed her phone calls with her sisters Katie and Anita and her friends and neighbors Jeannie Steinhoff and Lois Potter.
Lois is survived by her children: Gerald “Jerry”(Nancy) Welsh, Jamie (Gia) Welsh, and Danny (Connie) Welsh; her grandchildren: Brannon King, Ethan, and Aiden Welsh; her great grandchildren: Hallie, Nova, and Kian King; and her siblings: Bobby (Jane) Baer, Katie (Frank) Berarducci, Anita Klink, and Max Baer. A special son-in-law: Russell Jacobusse. Lois is preceded in death by her husband Rev. Gerald Welsh; daughter Teri Jacobusse; parents Byron and Mary Baer; sister Rita Heinbaugh; and brother Glenn Baer.
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teresa sears

Posted at 10:54am
I am signing this for my parents as well. Lois and Jerry were very special to them. Jerry was my dad's best friend and led him to the Lord. My sister and I were very close to their kids. My parents want to send their sympathy and remember how sweet Lois was. They were all missed when they moved away from Wabash. Praise God that eternity we will all meet again.

Teresa Sears ( Reahard) Don and Virginia Reahard

Tom Arndt

Posted at 08:59pm
Deepest sympathy to the family of Lois. My mother appreciated her friendship so much while here on earth. Such a sweet and tender soul.

Billie Zielke

Posted at 03:55pm
Deepest sympathy to your family in the loss of Lois. She was my partner for many years at Rock Haven in housekeeping and a wonderfull person. She'll be so missed. God Rest Her soul. Billie Zielke

Patsy Biba McKenzie

Posted at 09:55am
Lois was a kind and gentle soul. My deepest sympathy to those who loved her.

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