Lois Marie Sanders Cutright, 87, of Chillicothe, went to be with her Lord and Savior at 9:42 a.m. Tuesday, October 25, 2022 surrounded by her twins, husband and granddaughter.
She was born July 18, 1935 to the late Willard R. and Sadie M. Lovins Willis. On October 13, 1950 she married Rev. Harold E. Sanders who preceded her in death, after 52 years of marriage, on October 24, 2002. December 1, 2012 she married John C. Cutright, Jr., who survives.
Also surviving are children, Vicki (Robert) Bernhardt of Oklahoma City, OK, Brenda (Chad) Hymas of Glendale, AZ, Robin K. Sanders Barnes of Chillicothe, OH, Rebecca K. (Robert) Matson of Chillicothe, OH; grandchildren, Jeremy (Melissa) Mendenhall, Christopher (Sonya) Mendenhall, granddaughter in law Misty Pinkerton, Teresa (Tray) Mendenhall, Joshua (Brandy) Walters, Matthew (Erin) Walters, Erin (Joshua) Marsh, Zachary (Ashley) Matson, Brandon Sanders, Taylor Mae Matson, and Cheyanne Barnes; great grandchildren Kylie Walters, Taj Mendenhall, Serenity Mendenhall, Ryan Walters, Jocelynn Walters, Aubri Marsh, Natalie Sanders, Sadie Mendenhall, Gentry Marsh, Trace Matson, Greyson Sanders, Madlyline Marsh, Claire Matson, Marshall Mendenhall, Oklie Marsh, and Gage Matson. Brother, William R. Willis of Chillicothe, OH and many nephews nieces and cousins, as well as extended family; Daniel and Rosemary Crellin of AZ and Dr. Heather Sever of OH.
Lois considered herself Blessed being a part of John’s family and truly loved his children; Keith (Louwanna) Cutright, Jay Cutright, Kim (Donny) Rogers, and Susan Osman. She was preceded in death by daughter, Teresa K. Sanders, grandson, David S. Walters II, Three brothers; Willard, Charles, and Don Willis, and son-in-law DeWayne L. Barnes.
Lois wasn’t just an amazing wife to 2 great men, a mother, a grandmother or a great grandmother, she was a believer, a Bible reader, a gospel singer, a witness for the Lord, a preacher (in her own right), a church goer, a devout Preachers Wife, a recipe book, an ancestry holder, and prayer warrior who loved her Lord, and made sure everyone knew it. Mama, has completed her journey and now has entered the Kingdom of Heaven. She is walking on streets of gold, right through those Gates of Pearl. She has embraced her little red headed daughter (Teresa) and family members who have gone on before, but most of all she has seen the Face of God!
Lois was a faithful member of Jefferson Ave. CCCU Church. Pastor Mark Clendaniel and Jeremy Schinkle officiating. Burial will follow in Floral Hills Memory Gardens. Friends and Family may call from 5-7p.m. Friday, October 28, 2022 at Wares Funeral Home with Services at Jefferson Ave CCCU Churh on Saturday, October 29, 2022 at 11:00 a.m.
Special thanks to the Pre-Medica Hospice of Lucasville, Kenzie, Lydia and Jeremy for such great care and support.
You may sign her online register at www.warefh.com