November 5, 1930 -- June 28, 2019

Lois Ann Wainscott, 88, of LaGrange, formerly of Shipshewana, died at 9:05
am, on Friday, June 28 at Miller’s Merry Manor. She was born on November
5, 1930, in Atterbury, IN, to Frank and Myrle (Miller) Neville. On July 26, 1953
in Clarksburg, IN she married Clyde M. Wainscott; he died August 19, 2003.
Surviving are two daughters, Pat Wainscott of Lapel, IN Pam Davis of
Nashville, TN; two sons, Steve (Jane) Wainscott of Topeka, IN, Mike
(Denise) Wainscott of Little River, SC; five grandchildren, eight great-
grandchildren; sister, Marge (Roy) Robbins of Greensburg, IN. She was
preceded in death by her husband; parents; son-in-law, Rod Davis; seven
brothers, Russell, Merrill, Bill, Donald, Maurice, Dean, and Bernard Neville.
She was a member of Shipshewana United Methodist Church and the Red
Hat Society. She was also involved with numerous local ladies social clubs.
She was a homemaker and later in life worked at Ivers-Lee, Gerring's
Industries, and as the town clerk in Shipshewana. Visitation will be from 11:
00 am - 1:00 pm on Monday, July 1 followed by a 1:00 pm funeral service at
Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street, Middlebury. Services
will be conducted by Pastor Drew Ryall. Burial will be in Shore Cemetery,
Shipshewana. Memorials may be given to Shipshewana United Methodist

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I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. She is now at peace, and whole in
health once again.
From: Donna J. Lowe
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We are so sorry for the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are
with you and your family during this difficult time.
From: Naomi and Ray Cook
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I am so sorry for your loss but so thankful she is at home with the Lord and
whole again. Unfortunately I have an appt. tomorrow at 11 and they said to
plan on 2 hrs so I'm unable to attend the viewing or the funeral. I am praying
for you and your family.
From: Kathy Hagen
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Pat and Steve, I am sorry for your loss of your mother. She was a good
woman and a great friend. I will always remember the good times and many
laughs we "three muskateers" (Lois, Elma and I) shared.
From: Harriet Wise
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Steve and Jane, Mike, Pat, and Pam. Sorry to hear about the passing of
your mother. She was a great lady and I'm sure you miss her very much.
She no longer suffers from the illnesses of this Earth and she rests in God's
loving arms. Stopped in several times to see her in the nursing home when I
was out to visit my dad. Love and prayers from all of us.
From: Brent Hooley and family
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It is sad to think of our parents not here with us. It is even better to know
that they are in a place where there is not pain and they are back to their
normal selves. Both families made wonderful memories together. All my
From: Garry and Denise Heller
Lois Ann Wainscott