Love, Lila Faye 1928-2011
LOVE, KEESEY, STANLEY, WELLS, REYHERD, GLEASON, LINK, WILLIAMS, CRASE, HOWE
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Lila Faye Love
November 5, 1928 - May 2, 2011
Lila Faye Love was born the daughter of Clifford and Leatha Keesey Stanley on November 5, 1928 in Earlham, Iowa. She died at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa on May 2, 2011 at the age of 82 years, 5 months and 27 days. Lila graduated from Dexter High School in 1946. She worked at Drew's Chocolates for over 40 years. On April 30, 1950 Lila Stanley and Arvid Love were married at the Dexter Methodist church and would have celebrated 61 years of marriage last Saturday, while Lila was in the hospital.
This union was blessed with 2 daughters: Linda and Pamela. Lila really enjoyed taking pictures and was very good at it. She was an avid outdoor person. She enjoyed gardening and working with her flowers. She was always eager to get to the Dexter Cafe for coffee each morning to visit with friends. She was an excellent cook and was famous for her delicious scalloped potatoes and homemade pickles.
She is survived by her husband Arvid Love of Dexter; daughter Linda Wells of Des Moines; daughter Pamela Love of Grimes; 6 grandchildren: Stan Love; Penni Wells; Bruce Ryherd; Anna Ryherd; Randy Ryherd and Crystal Gleason and brother-in-law Edward Love.
Lila was preceded in death by her parents Clifford and Leatha Stanley; sisters Charlene Link; Evelyn Williams; Jean Crase and Marcella Howe, and brother-in-law Francis Love and Charles Love.
In Loving Memory of
Lila Faye Love
Born November 5, 1928 - Earlham, Iowa
Died May 2, 2011 - Des Moines, Iowa
11:00 am Thursday May 5, 2011
United Methodist Church
Pastor David Kruse
"The Old Rugged Cross"
"In The Garden"
PRIVATE INTERMENT OF CREMAINS
At A Later Date
KUHN FUNERAL HOMES
Dexter Earlham Redfield
GOD'S FLOWER GARDEN
It's hard to lose the ones we love
To see them pass away
The sweetest and the kindest gone,
While others are left to stay.
But if we had a garden,
With roses fair and bright,
We'd often pick the loveliest
And think it to be right.
And so it is with Jesus,
In his heavenly garden here,
He often picks the fairest flower,
The one we love so dear.
The flowers that are picked by him
Will never fade away
We know they'll live forever
And we'll see them some sweet day. ~ The Des Moines (IA) Register Wed 4 May 2011.
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