Lois Anne Lark


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Saturday July 20, 2019

10:00 AM

St. Pius X Roman Catholic Church

112 Fairview Dr, Selinsgrove, PA

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Lois Anne (Mattern) Lark, 67, of Selinsgrove, died of ALS Saturday night, July 6, 2019, at her home surrounded by family.
Lois was the fifth child of the late Don and Mildred (Thome) Lark of Detroit, Mich.

Lois attended St. Brigid's, Immaculata and St. Mary's of Redford in Detroit.

Lois is survived by 12 siblings, Mary (Ivan) Benda, Don, John, Patricia Clancy, Millie (Pete) Lark McParlane, Noreen, Leonard (Kathy), Ruth (Mark) Vernacchia, Edward (Annie), Rosemary, Christine (Andy) Horn, and Raymond (Angie); 19 nieces and nephews; her former spouse, Richard Mattern and his children, Ty and Tracy, and their children.
Lois was preceded in death by her niece, Mary Elizabeth Clancy; her mother, Mildred Lark and father, Don Lark.
Our loss is her joy. Her spirit was strong throughout her year and a half illness.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 20, at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 112 Fairview Drive, Selinsgrove, with the Rev. Tukura Pius Michael as celebrant.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lois' memory to The Refuge, 821 Market St., Sunbury, PA 17801, sunburyrefuge.org.
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Published on July 9, 2019
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Maria Gamble
Jul 17, 2019
My family and I enjoyed many good memories with you. My kids to this day talk about how you made them the Mickey Mouse Pancakes in Virginia. I went out and brought a small ladle to do the same for them when we came home. LOL - your pancakes came out much better! You were always kind and welcomed us into your home. Enjoyed our 5 mile walks when we came up there and that dang Lama that I thought was so cute! Luckily you told me to duck before he spit at me :) You are a strong and faithful women and your spirit will guide us all. God bless your family. I loved seeing all their pictures in your home. Prays for a treatment for ALS and many other diseases. RIP Lois Girl. See you in th...e future!Read more
Peggy Henry
Jul 11, 2019
Only got to know you for a little while,your gracious personality was so geninue, You were a very sincere person,we were on facebook just for a day,then you were gone,I donated to your cause ALS,Miss you
Patti Herbster
Jul 10, 2019
Lois, you will be truly missed! You were the kindness person ever! You had the biggest heart and you saw the good in everyone. You were an inspiration to all. My deepest sympathy and prayers.
Sara Mattern
Jul 10, 2019
Lois, you once told me your favorite hymn was "Lift High the Cross" and you wanted it sung at your funeral. Whether that happens or not, I don't know, but I have been singing it for you since I heard of your passing. You can now sing it with the Choir of Angels.
Yvonne Benda
Jul 10, 2019
I remember beautiful Aunt Lois for her kindness, her soft way and her smile. Deepest sympathy and prayers.
Frank Szalma
Jul 10, 2019
Lois was a dear person and shared her painful journey along with her humor and devotion to her faith. She inspired all who knew her.
Ruthanne Vlasicak
Jul 10, 2019
I was a high school classmate of Lois’ at SMR. I am saddened for all of the people who will miss Lois but happy this illness has been lifted from her.
God bless you and your family Lois.
Noreen Lark
Jul 08, 2019