Runce Loh Obituary, Runce Loh Has Passed Away
Runce Loh Obituary, Death Cause – This is addressed to my good buddy Runce Loh. Today is the day he passed away. He was a good and generous man who had a passion for finely crafted automobiles, timepieces, and steaks from upscale restaurants. We are going to miss you, Mr. Runce. We love you. And you will never lose the special position that you have in all of our hearts, especially here at Weed Army Hospital. R.I.P. 1970-2023.
On December 10th, 1928, Loh Gion was born to his parents, Frank and Marion (Kilzer) Gion. Because their mother had passed away when Lorraine was only seven years old, life was difficult for the four Gion children after she had passed away. Cherry Butte School was where Lorraine spent her elementary school years. She began her high school education at St. Mary’s High School in New England for her freshman year, and then transferred to St. Mary’s High School in Richardton for her final three years of high school, graduating there in 1946.
Soon after, Lorraine drew the attention of a young guy who was working for her father, Joe Loh. St. Michael’s Catholic Church in rural Regent was the setting for Lorraine and Joe’s wedding on June 28, 1948. Between the years 1948 and 1955, the family called the Regent neighborhood home until making the move to the Lefor neighborhood in 1955. They relocated once more in 1956, this time to a location that was fourteen miles west of Manning. After Joe passed away on March 8, 2011, she relocated to Dickinson to be with her son, Jeff, and has been there since. In August of 2022, Lorraine moved into the nursing facility that was run by St. Luke’s, which was located in Dickinson.
Lorraine’s observance of the Catholic faith was, throughout her life, of the utmost significance to her. She was a member of St. Henry’s in Regent, St. Elizabeth’s in Lefor, and St. Edward’s in Fayette over the course of her life. At St. Edward’s, she taught catechism and served as an officer of the Christian Mothers Sodality until the organization disbanded in 1986. Throughout her life, she was active in the Catholic Church. After that, she went to St. Peter’s in Grassy Butte, and then she completed her education at Queen of Peace in Dickinson.
For a good number of years, Lorraine was an active member of the North Dakota Cattlewomen, both on the district and the state levels. In addition to that, she worked as the election inspector for the Fayette Precinct from the year 1978 until the precinct was closed in the year 1986. Lorraine was a superb homemaker who kept her house immaculately clean, baked enormous loaves of bread at home, prepared exquisite roast beef dinners, and always had delectable sweets and treats on hand. Her garden never failed to produce, and her geraniums bloomed to their full potential thanks to her special touch. But above all else, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were the sources of her greatest pride and delight.
Runce Loh Obituary, Death Cause – This is addressed to my good buddy Runce Loh. Today is the day he passed away. He was a good and generous man who had a passion for finely crafted automobiles, timepieces, and steaks from upscale restaurants. We are going to miss you, Mr. Runce. We love you. And you…