Lois Elaine Doloresco, 89, of Stow, Ohio, passed away on December 26th, 2020, in the comfort of her home surrounded by loved ones.
Lois was born in Harrisville on August 8th, 1931, to the late Joel and Lucile Walker.
She was the beloved matriarch of the Doloresco Family and will be greatly missed. In 1952, Lois married her high school sweetheart, John, and that is where the beautiful journey began. She was a wonderful homemaker that made our house a “home” filled with an abundance of love and support, that will never be forgotten. Her warm and nurturing ways endeared her to everyone she met. In minutes, she could make friends through a caring conversation with the person behind the checkout counter. She had that amazing gift of making everyone she encountered feel so special and welcome. She genuinely cared.
She loved her family and loved when everyone could get together. Whenever she had the opportunity to socialize and interact with others, it made her the happiest. She was truly a fan, friend, and confidant to her children. She enjoyed attending her children and grandchildren’s sporting events and concerts. She wanted to let them know that she cared and supported them in all their endeavors.
Although she is not physically here anymore, the memories she helped us to create and the abounding love she radiated will forever remain in our hearts and minds.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother Dwight Walker.
Lois is survived by her loving husband of 68 years, John Doloresco, her children: Keith (Debbie) Doloresco, Anita (George) Smith, Kevin (Renee) Doloresco, and Jeremy Doloresco; her brother Walter (Marion) Walker; nine grandchildren and their spouses, and sixteen great-grandchildren.
Being respectful of Covid-19 restrictions, viewing and services will be private with Rev. Barry Hall officiating. Private internment will be at Holly Memorial Gardens in Pleasant Grove. Memorial contributions may be made to the Covenant Presbyterian Church of Harrisville.
Our beloved wife, mom, and grandma has left behind in each and every one of us the legacy of what love and compassion truly means. To honor her life and keep her spirit alive… go on a scenic car ride taking in all the views with loved ones, acknowledge a stranger with eye contact and a friendly “hello”, make a call to someone you have not heard from in a while, and of course, smile big and often.
The family is being assisted by Borkoski Funeral Home, 555 East Market Street, Cadiz, Ohio. Offer online condolences to the family at www.borkoskifuneral.com
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