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Lois Freemer

April 8, 1935 — June 25, 2021

Lois Ann Freemer (nee Feldman), June 25, 2021. Beloved wife of the late Irving (Irv) Freemer. Loving mother of Andrea (Ron) Fein and Neil (Elaine) Freemer. Lois was the second of five daughters born to Gertrude and Abraham Feldman on April 8th, 1935. Sister of the late Thelma (Norman) Domsky, the late Phyllis (and the late Sam) Wurtzel, Rose (David) Pustilnick, Eileen (Rich) Waloff; Adored mom mom of Danielle, Adam (Jill), Scott (Melissa) and Melissa (Justin); Cherished great grandmother of Madison, Alana, Summer and Ethan.

The family grew up in Wynnefield, Philadelphia. Lois developed a love for music and singing passed down from her father who played the saxophone.
As a young teenager Lois's favorite home was in Los Angeles, California. She always spoke of the "stars" signing her famous autograph book. The family boxer, Barry, was a joy to Lois.

Lois married Irv Freemer just one month shy of her 18th birthday. Soon after, Irv entered the US Army. Lois didn't miss a day writing letters. Lois was featured in the newspaper's "Nod to pretty working girls where they stated; " She's a shade under five feet-but makes up for it with a large personality". Lois and Irv were married for 53 years.
Lois had multiple jobs throughout her life. She was a medical secretary for five doctors at Jefferson Hospital, executive assistant at a steel scrap company, in addition to working at a real estate company, just to name a few. Lois enjoyed her years living at the Samuel Green House with many friends. Lois's passion in her life was her family and watching her grandchildren grow up. Lois will be greatly missed.

Contributions in her memory may be made to Alzheimer's Assoc., 399 Market St., Ste. 250, Phila. PA 19106,

Shiva will be observed on Sunday beginning at 3PM and Monday beginning at 12 noon at the home of Neil and Elaine Freemer.

Arrangements entrusted to Roth-Goldsteins' Memorial Chapel
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