December 9, 1930 ~ December 10, 2020

Born in: Princeton, IN
Resided in: Evansville, Indiana

Lois Evelyn (Price) Stutz, 90, of Evansville, IN went to be with the Lord December 10, 2020. She was born December 9, 1930 in Princeton, IN to the late Ewell and Blanche (Wheelhouse) Price. Lois attended Owensville High School and went on to attend Indiana State University where she graduated with a degree in Education.  She was an elementary teacher at both South East and North East Dubois County School Corporation for 25+ years.  Lois married Walter Stutz on June 21, 1952. She enjoyed music and was a member of both Crossroads Church and The Hills Church.

She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Walter William Stutz.

Lois is survived by her children Mark (Kathy) Stutz of SC, Jane (Larry) Jones of VA, Ann (John) Smith of IN and Phillip (Mackenzie) Stutz of WI; 9 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren.

Holder’s Funeral Home is honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Stutz.  A private graveside will be held Monday December 14, 2020 at Saulmon Cemetery.

Memorial donations can be made to Saulmon Cemetery, P.O. Box 206 Poseyville, IN.

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  1. Dear friend
    I will never forget your wise advice,your understanding nature and your words of encouragement. I will miss you with all the broken pieces of my heart.
    Love Lucy

  2. Louis, I will never forget all the chats we had and all the memories and laughs and cry’s we had together. You were like a mom to me. I’m so glad I had the chance to say I love you. Fly high you will never be forgotten. Love Crystal

  3. Oh my sweet granny. I will never forget all of our late night conversations. You were my rock when things got really hard. You always made the really bad days so much better with your words of encouragement. You knew my life story front to back, and would always ask me how things were every time I took care of you. You were such a special lady in my life as well as for so many others. You touched so many peoples hearts and will never be forgotten. I love you and miss you terribly. It was such a joy being able to take care of you and I know God is taking care of you now. Keep praying for your girls up in heaven.❤️

  4. There is so much I could say. I learned so much from you. You were such an intelligent lady! You had been through so much in your life but we’re always the most positive and uplifting person I know. You reminded me so much of my own grandma that passed. You were both strong willed and head strong and knew exactly what you wanted and how you wanted it. You and I would sit and talk and I would get so caught up that I wouldn’t even realize I’d been in your room for almost a hour. We’ve prayed together, laughed together, and had some real fun time cutting up together. I’m going to miss bringing you soups to eat, coming to check in on you and filling your humidifier, all of our talks, and all our laughs. You were one SPEACIAL lady to me! You and I were so close. My heart is broken that I lost you. I have cried and cried since you have been gone but I know that God and your husband have you now and they are so blessed to have you! You will be forever missed but never forgotten! I love you Grandma Lois it was a pleasure to have gotten to take care of you. Keep looking after us and praying for us down here ❤️

  5. Lois, I remember the first day I met you 2yrs ago , and since that day you have held a special place in my heart. I will miss you so much. Love you

  6. Lois I will miss you so much! I won’t ever forget any of our long talks we had. I am so greatful that I got to take care of you! Watch over us up in heaven and I will see you again.

    Love Paige

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