Lois Darlene Todd, 89 of Danvers, IL, passed away at 10:45 AM on Monday, December 5, 2016 at Heritage Health, Bloomington, IL.
Her visitation will be 5:00 PM-7:00 PM Thursday, December 8, 2016 at the First Presbyterian Church, Danvers, IL. A celebration of life service will be held 11:00 AM Friday (December 9, 2016) at the First Presbyterian Church, Danvers, IL. Rev. Tim Mitchell will be officiating. A Private family graveside service will be Friday at Park Lawn Cemetery, Danvers, IL. The family suggests memorials be made to Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, OB Department, Danvers Fire and Rescue Department or to a charity of the donor’s choice. Arrangements are being handled by Otto-Argo-Calvert Memorial Home, Danvers, IL.
Lois was born September 26, 1927 at her home in Covell, IL the daughter of Kenneth and Tressie Dossett Lee. She married Earl Robert Todd on June 20, 1948 in Stanford, IL. He survives. Earl and Lois have resided in Danvers, IL their entire married life. Lois will be deeply missed by her husband of 68 years.
Also surviving are her two children, Rodney (Barbara Tipsord) Todd, Normal IL, Tamara (Stephen) Sallee, Saybrook, IL, two grandsons, Connor (Ashton) Todd, Bloomington, IL, Drake (Mary Kallas) Sallee, Saybrook, IL, one brother, Roger (Bonnie) Lee, Minier, IL, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Lois is preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Madelynne Carmichael.
Lois was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Danvers, IL. Lois started her working career at Schrock Seed, Congerville, IL in the early 1960, later Lois worked a number of years at the First National Bank, Danvers and at other banking institutions in Bloomington, IL, ending her career at the age of 87 as a receptionist at Yoder Law Firm, Bloomington, IL. Lois dearly loved her family, especially her grandsons Connor and Drake for which she could be found in earlier years in the stands at their sporting events. Her family will miss her dearly. The family would like to thank the staff at Heritage Health, Bloomington for the care and compassion shown to Lois.