Lois Rosom

Obituary of Lois Adeline Rosom

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Lois Adeline Rosom (nee Gillett) died on Thursday, April 18, 2024 at the age of 94.

Lois leaves to mourn her, loving husband, Albert Rosom; and her children Marlys, Ardon (Glenda) and Kevin (Cindy) Rosom, all of Regina. She will be sadly missed by her grandchildren, Siobhann (Kurtis) Schroeder of Regina, Shayne (Alyssa) Rosom of Lindsay, Ontario, Austin (Kenzie) Rosom, and Dayton Rosom (Kendall Allin), all of Regina. Lois took special joy in her great-grandchildren, Lincoln, Oakley, Niamh, Fox and Sonny. She was predeceased by her parents Laura and Wilford Gillett; and her siblings, Lorne (Dorothy), Delmar (Iola) Gillett and Bernice (Ralph) Mills.

Lois Adeline Gillett was born on April 22, 1929 on her family farm in Antler, SK.  She accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior at camp and was baptized in the Antler creek. She attended Silver Vale School near Antler, SK and went to Caronport High School for Grade 11 and 12. Lois completed three years of Bible training at Briercrest Bible Institute in Caronport, SK. She worked for Canadian Sunday School Mission as a camp counsellor, at Kenosee Lake and Maryfield, during the summers. After this, she attended Business College in Regina. Upon completion of her training, she worked as a secretary for Mutual Life of Canada.

On October 24, 1959, she married the love of her life, Albert Rosom. Lois and Albert were best friends and would rarely be seen without one another. Lois and Albert farmed at the Rosom family homestead in Davin, SK. She had two huge gardens that supplied their family with produce throughout the year. Lois loved to cook, crochet and read. Her family will never forget her delicious meals, especially the “pie nights” she hosted for the grandchildren and her homemade buns that she always made for family holidays.

In 1996, they moved to Regina. During the last few years of their lives, Marlys moved into an apartment near them to help them to continue to live independently. They moved to William Albert House in Emerald Park, SK for the last year, when they needed more care.

The most important thing in her life was her faith in Christ. As long as she could read, she faithfully read her Bible and “My Utmost for His Highest” by Oswald Chambers as well as many Christian novels.

Lois was a loving mother and took great joy in her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.   Her family will always remember her amazing memory and quick wit.  

A Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 4, 2024 at Faith Baptist Church, 437 Broadway Avenue East,Regina, SK. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Child Evangelism Fellowship.



Funeral Service

11:00 am
Saturday, May 4, 2024
Faith Baptist Church
437 Broadway Ave. E.
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Lois Rosom

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Lois Rosom

1929 - 2024

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