10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Lois Martha Wolin June 9, 1953 - May 26, 2022

Lois Martha Wolin, 68, went to be with her Savior Thursday morning, May 26, 2022. She died peacefully at home, surrounded by her husband and family. A faithful witness to Christ during her life, Lois is now united to Christ for all eternity.

Lois was born on June 9, 1953, in Regina, Canada, the fifth of Luella and Kenneth Brown’s six children. The family moved to Phoenix, Arizona when she was six years old. Her parents were faithful Christians and they taught their children early about their need for a Savior. The family attended a Plymouth Brethren meeting hall for church services regularly.

It was there where she met Dale, who had moved to Phoenix to attend college. After a year of dating, they decided to get married on June 21, 1975. Lois was working as a secretary at a commercial real estate firm when she met Dale; after moving to Boise, she acquired her real estate license and remained involved in real estate until her retirement. The opportunity to work with so many people in real estate allowed Lois to share the gospel many times which she enjoyed very much.

She also had a great love of children which expressed itself in faithfully teaching Sunday school classes for over 30 years at the churches she and her husband attended in Boise.

In her spare time, Lois enjoyed gardening and hiking in the woods. After retirement, she became interested in long-distance cycling where she competed in several 50 to 100-mile events. She loved riding.

Her husband Dale, her three sons Jason, Joe, and Andy, her three daughter-in-law, and her 16 grandchildren will greatly miss her but each of them knows she is now in the loving arms of Christ.  They all look forward to seeing her again at God’s appointed time.

There will be a service on June 3, 2022 at 1pm at the Faith Community Bible Church, 9950 W Ustick Rd., Boise.  Pvt Graveside will be held at Dry Creek cemetery.


  1. REPLY
    Debbie M. says

    Such a dear sister, many jewels for your crown, love and miss you my friend, we’ll see you again!

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    Rick & Marcie Palmer says

    Your love of children at church was always visible & they loved the “Hat Lady” for your love of hats on Sunday.
    Rick & I will miss your loving smile.

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