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Lois Barnes

Lois Barnes

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Obituary

Lois Barnes, 86, passed away on January 5th, 2021 in Anderson, SC.

Lois was born December 9th, 1934 in Clinton,NY to Milton and Doris Hughes. Milton was a World War II veteran stationed in Belgium. Lois grew up in Clinton, NY on a farm where she enjoyed ice skating and horseback riding. She was an accomplished artist and once was a member of the Anderson Art Society. She was much loved by her family, friends, and the children she cared for as a nanny.

Lois is preceded in death by her parents, her brother Douglas James Hughes of Maryland, her daughter Marva Fischer, and son Michael Fischer.

Lois is survived by her three sons, Eric “Jeff” Fischer, Jody Fischer, James Douglas Fischer and Wendy. She is also lovingly remembered by her six grandchildren: Michael Fischer and Margaret, Kelsey Priester and Robert, Kyle Fischer, Quinten Fischer, Trent Fischer, and Mason Fischer; and one great-grandson, Noah Priester.

A memorial will be held at a later date in her home state of New York.

The family will host a life celebration to be held at the Hilton Garden Inn, 115 Destination Blvd. 29621. On January 16 from 2-6 pm

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hospice of the Upstate, Inc., 1935 Rogers Road, Anderson, SC 29621.

The Family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Summit Place and Hospice of the Upstate for the exceptional care given to Lois.

A message of condolence may be sent to the family by visiting www.standard funeral center.com
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Service Details

  • Life Celebration (family hosted)

    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 | 2:00pm
    When
    Saturday, January 16th, 2021 2:00pm
    Location
    Hilton Garden Inn
    Address
    115 Destination Blvd
    Anderson, SC 29621
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Notes
    The family will host a life celebration at The Hilton Garden Inn 115 Destination Blvd. Anderson, SC 29621 on Saturday, January 16, 2021 from 2:00pm - 6:00pm.

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Andrea Addis

Posted at 04:49pm
Thank you for sharing your mom and nana with us. She loved her family so very much and always talked about the things that made her so proud of each of you...She kept every paper that had your honor rolls printed in them. She bragged about all the pictures drawn and painted over the years by her grandchildren and showed them to everyone who came in her home. When she got new pictures from those who lived in California or those who lived close, she would show them off with so much excitement. Many of you inherited her artistic abilities. Kelsey, you look like her a lot! And she was very beautiful! I knew her for years before I found out that she was a model when she was younger. She was very humble so she didn't talk about all her accomplishments so you had to spend time with her and ask many questions before you'd find out things about her...she was definitely an accomplished artist. She gave me one of her oil pastel pieces that I cherish. She was loved by so many people because she loved with her whole heart...with an unconditional love that helped so many. I'll be forever grateful for all the memories we have of her and the fun times we shared. She was happiest when she was serving others...and she became family to those she cared for. We were one of those families whom she adopted and took care of and we could never repay her for everything she did for us! Most of all, I'm thankful for how much she loved and cared for our daughter, Crystal. She filled the NANA spot in Crystal's life. Fun memory...When we took Crystal's paci from her, Lois squirreled a few away at her house and would give them to Crystal while we were at work. She had a great sense of humor. We will miss her so much. Love in Christ, Andrea Addis
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Deborah Deveney

Posted at 11:44am
Our eyes are filled with tears however our minds are filled with wonderful memories. Your mother & Nana was a beautiful artistic loving, woman . Krista & Nate talk about her often , as do I. She was an important part of our family. Though many miles separated us I always cherished our annual phone calls and an occasional visit. Our Love & prayers to you all. The Deveney’s
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