Lois Lorene Enns of Medicine Hat passed away on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at the age of 88 years, beloved wife of the late Ken Enns. She leaves to cherish her memory her five children, Ron (Lee Ann) Enns of Leduc, James (Bernie) Enns of Medicine Hat, Linda (Frank) Hvidsten of Airdrie, Kathy Enns of Medicine Hat and Pat Enns of Redcliff; twelve grandchildren, Jenine (Mark) McInnis, Korin (James) Fisher, Eric (Adele) Hvidsten, Crystal (Rob) Zeemel, Angelina (Jamie) Haddock, Donalda (Leroy) Sadler, Kayla (Adam) Trahish, Stephanie (Dustin) Helle, Stephen (Cayla) McSweeny, Christopher Murphy, Chantel (Nathan) DeAzevedo and Madison Galonski; nineteen great grandchildren; six great great grandchildren; one sister-in-law, Jeanette Engstrom. She was predeceased by her parents, John and Eva Angle; her husband, Ken on May 15, 1999, Ken’s parents Ted and Emily Enns and her son-in-law Don Galonski. Lois grew up on a farm near Whitla, Alberta with her Parents John and Eva Angle and her Grandmother Luella Elliott. She attended school in the Whitla and Bow Island Area. Her best friend was Marion Elliott. As a youngster she had a dog named Sport. Sport’s mission was to protect Lois and he followed her wherever she went. After graduation she attended Garbutt’s Business Academy. Her first job was at the Singer Sewing Centre. She married Ken on October 10, 1952, and they farmed in the Bullshead area. Lois found a new best friend/sister, Jeannette Enns; Lois’ special friends were Belva and Marvin Stuber, Francis and Elmer Becker. Lois will be fondly remembered by her family for her fabulous skills of playing the piano, crafts such as knitting and crocheting, her collection of dolls, bells and spoons, and most of all her baking which she taught to her many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Lois was known for organizing the delivery of fresh blueberries from LULU Farms in B.C, collecting orders from her neighbors and picking them up from the train and delivering them to their farms. Never shy of hard work, she made breakfast, school lunches, milked the cows, separated cream, all before getting the kids to the bus. To earn extra money she made trips to Medicine Hat to sell cream, eggs, Regal and had the occasional Tupperware Party. In 1975 Lois and Ken moved to Redcliff after selling the farm. Ken passed away and Lois lived in Redcliff until she sold and moved to Chinook Village and then to Park Meadows. She will always be remembered as Grams, Grandma Lois and Sweetie Pie. Family and friends who wish to pay their respects may do so at the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME on Thursday, from 12:00 p.m. - 12:55 p.m. The funeral service will be held in the PATTISON CHAPEL on Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Leroy Angle officiating. Interment will follow in the Prairie View Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society or to the Margery E. Yuill Cancer Clinic (make cheques payable to the Medicine Hat and District Health Foundation) 666 5th Street SW, Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 4H6 - please specify department. To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: email@example.com subject heading: Lois Enns.