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Lois "Tilly" Roller (Slagle)
d. June 15, 2018
Roller (Slagle), Lois "Tilly", passed away June 15, 2018 at the age of 85. Formerly of Longville, MN, she lived her final years near family in Harmony, MN. Lois was raised in Longville before moving to Minneapolis to complete her education. Lois loved singing in church with the choir
and soloing for special events. Her faith in God was something she shared with everyone she came in contact with. Her favorite subject though, was her family. Everyone she considered a friend throughout her life, received a basic knowledge and regular updates of her brothers and her son. She had special nicknames for them all, and bragged them to the moon.
Lois is preceded in death by her parents Roy and Madge Slagle; brothers Ronald, Roy (Bud), and Richard Slagle; and former husband Duane Roller. She is survived by brothers Donald (Faley), Myron (Ben), Larry (Bing), and Darrell (Dean) Slagle; son and daughter-in-law Lon and Melody Roller; and grandchildren Bethany and Hunter Zrucky. Funeral services will be held 1:00 PM Thursday, July 5, 2018 at Longville Bible Chapel, Longville, MN. There will be a brief burial service after the funeral at Riverside Cemetary for those who can attend, followed by a reception hosted by Longville Bible Chapel.
The family would like to express special appreciation and thanks to Gunderson Harmony Care Center, for the two years of loving care and support they provided Lois and her family.
Posted: Monday, June 25, 2018
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I first met Lois through my husband, Norman Johnson, who was a schoolmate of hers when they attended the Public School in Longville so many many years ago. We became close friends and through the years communicated by computer, telephone and mail until she was unable to do so because of her failing health. I loved her like a sister and I am saddened to hear of her passing, I send my deepest sympathy to Lonnie and the Slater family......I will attend her funeral on July 5th in spirit because I no longer drive long distances. May God be with Lois's family during this difficult time..
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