Lois Anderson

Lois Anderson (Keeler)

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Please adhere to safe social distancing and please wear your mask while attending the service. There will be a live stream of the service on Monday November 9, 2020 at 11:00 am. Just go to and click the live webcast
Lois Anderson, age 63, passed away on the morning of October, 31st 2020 in Orem, Utah after two years of living with ALS.

Lois was born in Orem, Utah on January, 10 1957 to Albert Blaine Keeler and LaDean Callister Keeler. She graduated from Orem High School in 1975. Shortly after finishing high school, she moved to the state of Washington. While there, she worked for the Department of Energy for over 10 years and had two children, Ryan and Carlie.
After losing her Mother in a tragic accident, she moved back to Orem to care for her aging Father. She worked for Intermountain Healthcare for nearly 20 years and was able to become a Notary.

Her highest priority was always her family. Her two Children and 6 Grandchildren brought her the greatest joy. Her other loves included her animals, books, crosswords and crocheting blankets for her grandkids. She was a beautiful pianist and loved music in all its forms. She was a dedicated member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She enjoyed her callings especially being the ward organist.

She is survived by her children Ryan (and Lyndee Anderson), Carlie (and Eric Carroll) as well as six grandchildren Toree, Joel, Nicholas, Sean, Vesper and William, along with twin boys on the way. She is also survived by her two older siblings, Jay Keeler and Ann Mason.

Funeral Services handled by Walker Sanderson will be held on Monday November 9, 2020 at 11:00 AM in the Suncrest 6th Ward Church located at 130 North 810 West Orem, Utah 84057. Friends may attend a visitation from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the church prior to the service. She will then be laid to rest in Eastlawn Memorial Hills cemetery located at 4800 North 650 East Provo, UT.
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  • Visitation

    Monday, November 9th, 2020 | 9:45am - 10:45am
    Monday, November 9th, 2020 9:45am - 10:45am
    Suncrest 6th Ward
    891 West 130 North
    Orem, Utah 84057
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Please adhere to safe social distancing and please wear your mask while attending the service.
  • Service

    Monday, November 9th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Monday, November 9th, 2020 11:00am
    Suncrest 6th Ward
    891 West 130 North
    Orem, Utah 84057
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Please adhere to safe social distancing and please wear your mask while attending the service.


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Elaine Atkin

Posted at 08:46pm
I worked with Lois for many years at Utah Valley Hospital. She was a kind and friendly person and I always enjoyed hearing about how much she loved her kids and grandchildren. She was part of our Medical Records Department family and it is sad to see her go. I know it was tough at the end, but I am glad she has been relieved of her suffering. We will miss her.


Judy Isler-Herrod

Posted at 10:56pm
Lois was a wonderful friend and coworker. She always was excited whenever it was time to celebrate a holiday, and was very festive and gave us lots of joy. I am so sorry she is no longer here to be with us in person, but I am happy she is reunited with her sweet pets, especially Kika, who I am sure she will ask where she disappeared to! Prayers and God's blessings to all her family!


Posted at 07:56pm
I'm so sorry to hear about my cousin's passing! Lois has been a shining light in my life since she was a little kid. She will be missed! Warmest condolences to her family in this difficult time. Hugs, Kathie Keeler

Jaylene Keeler

Posted at 07:51pm
Lois had a smile that could light up the room. Always on the positive side with humor and as my son says, she made me laugh. To those full belly laughs we are so grateful you were and will be though good memories part of our lives. We so appreciated the calls and texts and keeping in touch with us throughout the years. We love and miss you,
Jaylene & Lucias Keeler

Julie Wilson

Posted at 06:21pm
I worked with Lois for many years at Utah Valley Hospital. She worked as a transcriptionist and as a executive secretary. Lois was so intelligent and could solve any problem placed before her. She shared many life events with me including her adventures at other jobs she had, working with friends on her most recent class reunion (which I understand was a blast), her beloved dogs, playing the organ in church but above all I loved to hear her share her heart regarding her children and grandchildren. Lois was so proud of Ryan, Lindy and Carlie. Her grandchildren could not have found more love than that from grandma Lois. They were her joy! Lois had a contagious laugh and I miss it. I do believe however that she and I will share lots of laughs in the future. We will meet again my friend. Love, Julie Wilson

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