Lois Harper

Lois Harper

Saturday, January 1st, 1927 Sunday, May 5th, 2019

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Obituary for Lois June Harper

Simí Valley- Lois June Harper, 92, of Simi Valley unexpectedly passed away while visiting family in Spokane, Washington on May 5, 2019.

Lois was born on January 1, 1927 in Flint Michigan. Lois worked at the Hanford site (aka:Manhattan Project) located in Richland, Washington where she met and married Ivo William Harper, Jr. whom preceded her in death. In 1960 they were transferred to Santa Susana California to work at Rocketdyne. Lois June worked in retail for most of her career.
Lois was a resident in Simi Valley, 58 years. Her sister Jean Daffern, preceded her in death, was the first employee of the City of Simi Valley.
Lois loved to dance, play bocce ball & bingo, loved playing cards with the many friends she had at Las Serenas Senior Apartments where she had resided over 25 years.
Lois June is survived by her daughters Tampa Campana of Camarillo; Lisa Macauley of Spokane, Washington & Bob & Adella Daffern of Simi Valley, California.
She also is survived by her 4 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 | 9:30am - 11:00am
    Reardon Simi Valley Funeral Home
    2636 Sycamore dr.
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    Tuesday, May 14th, 2019
    9:30am - 11:00am
  • Service

    Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 | 11:00am
    Reardon Simi Valley Funeral Home
    2636 Sycamore Drive
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    Tuesday, May 14th, 2019
  • Interment

    Assumption Catholic Cemetery
    1380 Fitzgerald Road
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Comment | Posted at 12:03pm via Memorial Tree

Richard Harrington

Lois June Harper is my adopted Aunt June, and inspirational mentor for love of family, positive influence to others, and passion for all that is good. My memories began Nahas Department Store while in high school, to living with her sister (Mom-ma Jean) and her son, my life-long big brother Bobby, during my early college years. At Nahas Aunt June took the time to teach me, and even reprimanded Tampa (her daughter) and I when we were having fun in the stock room. While living with Mom-ma Jean and Bobby, I was always included in Holiday meals and family celebrations. Perhaps my most fond memory will be when Lisa brought her Mother to our home in Washington; we exchanged memories, broke bread, and toured the Hanford Manhattan Project Museum, where she playfully posed next to one of the original work buses she traveled on during the late forties and early fifties; a visit to Kadlec Hospital where Tampa was born; visiting her life-long friend in Richland; and the joyful and funny stories of how she met the love of her life Ivo. Aunt June's legacy (love of life, family, and positive influence) will live on for generations to her entire family, friends, and all the people she has touched. Love to you Aunt June, and my extended family Tampa, Lisa, and Bobby.
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