of Harrison, AR
August 23, 1938 - April 18, 2022
Lois L. Kekaha, age 83, of Harrison, Arkansas, passed away at her home on Monday, April 18, 2022. Lois was born August 23, 1938, in Leavenworth, Kansas the daughter of James W. Everhart and Audry Florence Eaton. Lois was preceded in death by her parents, daughter Sharon Kekaha, sister Betty Williams and brother James Everhart.Lois was a member of Bear Creek Springs Baptist Church, a former administrator at Harrison Retirement Center, and a volunteer pink lady at North Arkansas Medical Center.Lois is survived by her husband, Sam Kekaha of the home, brother Richard Everhart, her niece Misty & David Delana, nephew Michael & Denise Everhart, and other family and friends.Visitation was Thursday, April 21, 2022, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home. Funeral services was held at 10:00 AM, Friday, April 22, 2022, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home with Bro. Kerry Liggett officiating. Burial was held in Linwood, KansasHonorary pallbearers were Danny Hickman and Homer Yawn. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society 2222 Cottondale Lane #310 Little Rock, Ar. 72202 or Ozark Humane Society 5147 Rock Springs Road Harrison, Arkansas 72601.
Sam, Words cannot express our sorrow upon hearing about he passing of your wife Lois and we are so very sorry for you loss as the world is now less one more pure soul. We can only offer you our deepest condolences and the honor it was to know such a great woman and she will forever be in our hearts as will you during this hardest time.
Lois was a dear friend the instant we met - always a smile and warm wishes. She was like no other - I sometimes knocked on the door but usually just let myself in. Her love of Jesus, nature, flowers and rocks with holes put her at the top. She was my neighbor here and I know she’s saving a place for me in heaven. I truly love and miss you, Lois. My prayers are with you, Sam, Adrian’s too.
My deepest condolences go out to you, Sam. Lois was always such a wonderful person, with a kind soul, who was always willing to work the booths at the fairgrounds, even filling in when someone else cancelled. I know your heart is hurting, and I know that God will be with you, every step of the way. Please know that I'm keeping you in my daily prayers. "God Be With" !!! ✝️Respectfully,😇~Lynn~😇
So sorry to hear this news. Lois was a lovely lady. Love and prayers. Hurley and Betty
SamLarry and I are so very sorry for your loss. Lois will be missed. We are very sorry we could not be with you to celebrate Lois life and her journey home. But please know are hearts are with you.
Sam, I have wonderful precious memories of you and Lois as wonderful caring compassionate neighbors. So sorry for your sadness at this time. With love and prayers, Judy Hartman Cothern