Lois Nixon

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Lois Isabel Nixon

 
Lois Isabel Nixon (nee Pond) passed away peacefully, with her family by her side, at the West Haldimand General Hospital, Hagersville on January 12, 2022 at the age of 87 years.


Beloved wife of the late Jack Nixon (2011).  Loving mother of Joanne and the late Ralph Lishman (2010), Mary Lou and Jim Ellis and the late David Nixon (2017) (Virginia).  Dear Grandmother of Julie (Jeff), Amanda, Erica (Kevin) and Ryan (Kaitlyn).  Loving Great-Grandmother to Sebastian, Winston, Matilda, Cameron, Ella and Jaxon.

 
Daughter of the the late Albert and Ruby Pond and step-daughter of the late Grace Pond. Lois is also survived by her step-sisters, Gayle Matthies, Betty (David) Lindsay and Judy (Roy) Knibb.  Sister in law to Elvin Nixon (and the late Jean), Jean Nixon, Bob Nixon (Alice), Marion Drehmer (and the late Fay), the late Harold Nixon (Joan Nixon & George Gilbertson) and the late Bill Nixon (Audrey).


Due to Covid restrictions, a Celebration of Life for Lois will be held at a later date.  Cremation has taken place and Interment of Cremated Remains at Hagersville Cemetery.


As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the West Haldimand Hospital & Health Care Foundation (Pallative Care Room).


Arrangements by Hyde & Mott Chapel, Hagersville.  www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Katrina Ferguson on
Sending the family my deepest condolences. I sure had many, many years with happy memories of Lowie. I still keep an extra $20 tucked in my wallet. Advise from Lowie when I was a teen "just in case" XOXO
Posted by Paul Hodgson on
Our sincere condolences to Lois’s family.She was a lovely lady that we met through the many plowing matches her and Jack attended.From a fellow plowing family Paul and Shirley Hodgson
Posted by Sharon Fess on
Condolences to the family. I had many occasions to speak with Lois on a professional basis during our working careers. I always enjoyed our conversations and appreciated her assistance. A down to earth, genuinely nice person. Rest In Peace Lois.
Posted by Christine on
My sincere condolences to Lois’s family. I had the privilege of knowing her these past few years and we have shared many conversations that I will hold special in my heart. Thank you for your friendship Lois. I will forever hold my last card from you in a special spot. Rest easy.
Posted by Betty Lindsay on
David and I were saddened to hear of Lois’ passing. She was a special step-sister to my sisters and me !
We have wonderful family memories that go back 56 years !! I will miss our visits and and our regular phone chats. Lois was so interested in our family and was always up on the latest news. We loved to reminisce and had lots of laughs. Her memory will live on in our beautiful collection of her handmade cards that we received through the years. Thinking of Joanne, Jim, Marylou and their children and grandchildren! Your mom was so proud of her family !
Posted by Bruce & Cathy Whitford on
Our Sincere Sympathy to everyone . Thinking of you especially Mary Lou and your family. Our thoughts are with you all.
Posted by Dana Nixon on
So very sorry for the loss of your mom , grandma and great grandma. She was a sweet, beautiful lady! Prayers and hugs to help with your sadness! Thinking of you all! Love Daryl and Dana Nixon and family!
Posted by Millie Leng on
So sorry about Lois passing. My thoughts are with your family.
Posted by Karen & Randy Moore on
Our heartfelt condolences to the family. Louis was a wonderful woman who was always kind and gracious with a great sense of humour. We will cherish Louis’ handmade Christmas cards with her trademark stamp as a loving memory. Always in our hearts ♥️
Love, Karen & Randy Moore
Posted by Karen & Randy Moore on
Our heartfelt condolences to the family. Louis was a wonderful woman who was always kind and gracious with a great sense of humour. We will cherish Louis’ handmade Christmas cards with her trademark stamp as a loving memory. Always in our hearts ♥️
Love, Karen & Randy Moore
Posted by Dale Vecero on
So very sorry to hear about such a beautiful soul, your Gramma Lowie. A very kind and sweet lady. Thoughts are with you all.
Frank, Dale, Brodie and Brandon.
Posted by Marie Graham on
My sincere sympathy in the loss of your mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was a kind and gentle soul. She will be missed by so many. Thoughts and prayers to all the family.
Posted by Marie Graham on
My sincere sympathy in the loss of your mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was a kind and gentle soul. She will be missed by so many. Thoughts and prayers to all the family.
Posted by Maggie Dougherty on
So very sorry to hear of "Lowie's passing. She was a remarkable woman, in so many ways. Lois always had a smile on her face, no matter what, and could cheer you up, in an instant. Oh yes, when Lowie passed, heaven got a special angel
Posted by Doug Stark on
Our sympathy to the entire family,Lois was a long time friend, both in business and socially.
Her beautiful hand made cards will be missed .A wonderful lady, especially missed by Gerrianne & her long time Tim Horton friends.
Posted by Debbie Sawatsky on
Our love and sympathy to Joanne, Marylou, Jim, and families.Also to her stepsister, Gayle, Betty and Judy.
We will always remember Lois for her kindness and concern for others and her special concern for family. Much love and prayers to all of you.
Debbie and Bruce Sawatsky
Posted by Karen and Terry General on
Mary Lou and Joanne,
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. Our family has fond memories of time spent with the Nixons many years ago. My mom and dad (Edna and Ess) enjoyed many games of cards with Jack and Lois and visits to the farm. My mom also has fond memories of Lois when she was a girl. Thinking of you at this sad time, Edna Esselment, Karen and Terry G.
Posted by Christine Misner on
Our sympathies to your family and the Nixon extended family on the loss of Lois. We have many memories of Lois always a pleasure to speak to and was always interested in our children and parents. She was a wonderful person

Thinking of all of you
Greg and Chris Misner
Posted by Doug and Vera Greenfield on
Sorry to hear of the passing of a dear friend and one of the Tim’s ladies. Lots of memories to cherish .A great lady ,always smiling and enjoyed telling others about the history of Haldimand County. She was so proud of her family. Enjoyed her friendship . Thinking of the family at this sad time .She will be sure missed . A Cup of Tim’s for Lois ..Doug and Vera Greenfield.
Posted by Diane Stone on
Kate and John and I were so sad to hear that Lois had passed away. She was a true friend to mom- Eleanor Dosser. In todays words she was moms BFF. They spent many hours talking about things in the past, their Jarvis Jills team and things present- their families which brought them both such love and joy. Her mind was incredible with a touch of hummor and her cards were works of art. Kate has some of her favourites framed. We enjoyed our phone calls very much and will miss her. Our thoughts are with you all.
Kate Dosser
John and Diane Stone
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