Lois McCuller

Obituaries in Farmington, NM | Farmington Daily Times
Obituaries in Farmington, NM | Farmington Daily Times

Lois McCuller

Aztec - Lois McCuller

04/05/1931 - 01/07/2022

Aztec, New Mexico

Lois McCuller moved from earth to Heaven Friday afternoon January 7, 2022, leaving behind her wonderful spirit, fully trusting in her Savior and entering her eternal rest. She was a native of Reeves, Louisiana before finally residing in Aztec, New Mexico. She is proceeded in death by her husband, Bill McCuller and will be survived by one daughter, Debra Keith of Lake Charles, Louisiana, by one son, Ric McCuller of Aztec, New Mexico, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The last few years of her life were spent with friends in Aztec at the local community center. She had two great loves in her life. The first was her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was a committed servant and steadfast witness of her faith and had always been active in her home church in Reeves, Louisiana before moving to Aztec. Her second love was her family, primarily her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her hobbies included painting, sewing, and spending money on clothes and jewelry. Lois leaves many great memories for those who knew and loved her. We honor her life and give all the glory to God. Great is His faithfulness. Services are pending.

Posted online on January 11, 2022

Published in The Farmington Daily Times

Obituaries in Farmington, NM | Farmington Daily Times
Obituaries in Farmington, NM | Farmington Daily Times

Lois McCuller

Lois McCuller

Aztec - Lois McCuller

04/05/1931 - 01/07/2022

Aztec, New Mexico

Lois McCuller moved from earth to Heaven Friday afternoon January 7, 2022, leaving behind her wonderful spirit, fully trusting in her Savior and entering her eternal rest. She was a native of Reeves, Louisiana before finally residing in Aztec, New Mexico. She is proceeded in death by her husband, Bill McCuller and will be survived by one daughter, Debra Keith of Lake Charles, Louisiana, by one son, Ric McCuller of Aztec, New Mexico, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The last few years of her life were spent with friends in Aztec at the local community center. She had two great loves in her life. The first was her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was a committed servant and steadfast witness of her faith and had always been active in her home church in Reeves, Louisiana before moving to Aztec. Her second love was her family, primarily her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her hobbies included painting, sewing, and spending money on clothes and jewelry. Lois leaves many great memories for those who knew and loved her. We honor her life and give all the glory to God. Great is His faithfulness. Services are pending.

Posted online on January 11, 2022

Published in The Farmington Daily Times