Lois B. Crossman
Lois B. Crossman, age 73, died on Saturday April 20th, 2019 in Watson Lake Hospital, Watson Lake, Yukon.
Lois leaves behind her spouse Peter Giesbrecht, her three children, Arnold Crossman, Darlene Crossman, Christa Crossman (Calvin) and five step children, Shawne Giesbrecht, Allan Giesbrecht (Dede), Lenny Giesbrecht (Erin), Sharla Giesbrecht (Larry), and Sheldon Giesbrecht (Mary), grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Mitchell Small (Ashley) (Landon, Matayah, Kale, Emma, and Kade), Mark Small (Brody and Maiya), Kodey Small (Amy), Dakotah Small (Mikayla), Taryn Smith, Michael Crossman, Alex Giles, Joseph Kiesling, Carson Kiesling, Jesse Kiesling, Wade Sira (Marie) (Eli), Warren Sira (Katie) (Savanna, Jacob), David Giesbrecht (Brandon), Shaya Giesbrecht, Kyla Giesbrecht, Chase Giesbrecht, Kiera Giesbrecht, Ella Giesbrecht, Lakeisha McMillan, Grayson Giesbrecht, Reed Giesbrecht and several nieces, nephews, great- nieces and nephews, sisters, Ronia Gabriel (Richard), Rebecca Mitchell (Deborah), Creta Denine (Joseph), Agnes Ann Van Huen (Gary), Hope Keddy (Arthur), Lurenda Arenburg (David), brothers, Daniel Winters (Tracy), Ralph Winters (Doris), Arthur Winters (Donna), and William Winters. Predeceased by a brother Dewenten, her mother Margaret (Totten) Winters, and father Ralph Winters.
Lois lived her life to the fullest. She loved being in the company of children, surrounding herself with children for twenty years at the Watson Lake Daycare and opened her home to foster children over the years. Many children called her Lois or grandma Lois. She was happy to have all the extra little ones calling her grandma. Lois loved to get out and go camping, and cooking large quantities of food, you’d never starve if you were handy their campsite, their trailer was always over flowing with plenty of variety of food and goodies. Vacationing with family and being surrounded with her family was something she enjoyed very much, they were a big part of her life.
The Crossman and Giesbrecht families would like to extend our gratitude to the Watson Lake Hospital, the nurses and doctors who cared for Lois and made her comfortable in her last days. Thank you from all of us.
At Lois’s request there will not be a service at this time. A gathering will be in Watson Lake, date to be determined with family and friends.
Lois will be missed by many saddened hearts.
Forever in our hearts, never forgotten, Rest in Peace Mom (aka: Grama).