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Lois Creighton Stoller

July 9, 1932 — October 2, 2023

Lois Creighton Stoller, 91, of Easley, died on Monday, October 2, 2023, after an extended illness due to
Alzheimer’s disease. Born in Duluth, MN, on July 9, 1932, she was the second of three daughters of the late M. Douglas Creighton and Alice Willman Creighton.

After graduating from Fordson High in Dearborn, MI, Lois loved working in a neighborhood doctor’s
office assisting in patient care. While volunteering at an army USO function in Detroit during the Korean
War, Lois met the love of her life, Lt. Frederick LeRoy Stoller. After marrying Fred in the Episcopal
Church in 1954, the young couple moved to Bartlesville, OK, where Fred worked for Phillips Petroleum.
Lois cherished establishing a warm and loving household for Fred and their four children. They lived in
Oklahoma, Venezuela, San Juan, PR, Greenville, SC, and Apopka, FL. Fred and Lois spent their retirement
years divided between two homes in Apopka and Greenville.

Lois was always led by her strong sense of helping others. She was the first female Junior Warden for
the Vestry at Church of the Redeemer Episcopal in Greenville. She volunteered for the SC foster care
board of review and strongly advocated for those who could not speak for themselves. She volunteered
at local soup kitchens and was a faithful Meals on Wheels team member. Lois was happiest rocking her
grandchildren and volunteered rocking newborns at the hospital in San Juan. Lois was a member of St.
Michael’s Episcopal in Easley.

She is preceded in death by her husband of 65 years; her parents; and her sister, Jacqueline Highfield.
She is survived by son Douglas Stoller (Mary); daughter Susan Capece (Toby); son David Stoller (Lynda);
and son Dale Stoller (Phyllis) as well as seven grandchildren: George Stoller (Jennifer); Zachary Stoller
(Anna); Chadderton Capece (fiancé Courtney); Jeffrey Capece (Rebecca); Scott Capece; Katherine Stoller;
Benjamin Stoller; and four great grandchildren: Dean Stoller; Jillian Stoller; Annie Stoller and Henry
Stoller. She is also survived by her sister, Carolyn Rhode (Joe); brother-in-law Glen C. Highfield;
numerous nephews and a niece.

The family is grateful for the excellent care provided by The Foothills Presbyterian Community of Easley
and the Lutheran Hospice team.

A private service is planned at St. Michael’s Episcopal at a later date. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 123 West Antrim Drive, Greenville, SC 29607.
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