Lois Kaiser, 92, went to be with her Lord and Savior May 20, 2019. She passed away at the Richardson Cottage in Laurel where she resided with her loving husband, Henry. Now she is in heaven with her loving family.
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Lois was born October 30, 1926 to William Maurice and Merdith Richardson Baker in Billings. Her mother passed away when she was an infant. She and her sister, Leila, were then raised by their father and grandmother Alta Seaman in the Billings/Laurel area.
Lois and Henry were married in Big Timber on November 27, 1942 in the parsonage of the Lutheran Church. To this union two children were born, Judith Ann Ungefucht and Maurice Raymond Kaiser. She loved singing hymns, flowers and gardening. Most of all was her love of baking. Over her life time she baked thousands of loaves of bread and pies. Those who came to her famous 4th of July BBQ received their favorite pie and homemade ice cream. She is being carried by angels from mansion to mansion and looking for one that is equipped with a gas oven.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her sister, two infant brothers and Grandma Seaman. Granddaughter Tracy Grady and three great grandchildren (McKenzie, Christopher and Clay Henry) that died in a house fire in Topeka, KS.
Lois is survived by her husband, children, Judy and Mauri (Susan). Grandchildren Scott Ungefucht, Cortney Ruth, Jared Kaiser, Jeannette (Eli) Meccage. Great Grandchildren Lacy Grady, Abby Wink, Dylan and Ethan Meccage. Four Great Great Grandsons and one Great Great Granddaughter.
Thanks to the staff of the Richardson Cottage for the loving care they gave to our mother.
Viewing will be at Smith’s Funeral home in Laurel, Monday, May 27th from 4:00- 7:00pm.
Funeral service will be at Grace Bible Church, 20 second avenue, in Laurel, Tuesday the 28th at 10:00 am with burial service following at 11:00 at the Yellowstone National Cemetery. Lunch to follow at the church.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Grace Bible Church towards their new church building that Lois was so excited about. She and Henry were happy to attend the ground breaking ceremony and appreciative of being included as representing the original founders of the church.