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Lois Sandulo

April 19th, 1929 - July 8th, 2022
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Born April 19, 1929 in Ottawa, Lois passed away peacefully July 8, 2022 in Langley at the age of 93.

She is together again with her loving husband, Edgar (d.1997), and daughter Valerie (d.2005) and son-in-law Bill (d.2012). Family meant everything to Lois and she will lovingly be remembered by her children, Victor (Michaelene), John (Lisa), David (Margaret) and Edgar. Also missing their Nana are grandchildren, Angeline (Scott), Lu-Anne (Jeff), Holly (Colm), Erin (James), Travis (Trish), Jordon (Suzette), Gina (Greg), and Rachelle (Clayton). A very proud Great Nana to Isaiah, Lincoln, Ciara, Claire, Sawyer, Hazel, Jake, Hunter, Dayton, Mason, Paxton, Colton and Everly. Lois is also survived by her brother Jack and many relatives and friends.

A special thank you to the caregivers and staff at Langley Gardens Care Floor where Lois lived and was loved for the past 7 years.

Prayers to be held Wednesday, July 20th at 6 pm and Funeral Mass on Thursday, July 21 at 11 am. Both will be at St. Luke's Catholic Church, 20285 Dewdney Trunk Rd, Maple Ridge. Internment at Maple Ridge Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations to a charity of one’s choice would be appreciated.


Betty Bodendorf
July 16th, 2022

So sorry to hear,she was a very special lady. Miles have separated us from seeing her for awhile but we will always remember her kindness and the letters we would get when she was healthy. She can now join her husband Edgar so thay can be together again.

Edgar Sandulo
July 16th, 2022

I had a long good bye with my mom, friend & ally.
Mom left us in peace. Peace well earned.

The Long Goodbye
by Ellen Miller (edited)

It's been a long time since we first felt the beginning to this end.
And today we remember  you; and all the lives you touched 
We've watched your thoughts get more obscure with every passing day;
As this heartless thing called Alzheimer's made them fade away.
Although it often took the gleam from those loving blue eyes, there were moments your generous spirit shone through, not even this wretched disease could completly suppress the spirit you so generously shared with everybody in your reach.
To befall on such a giving person it seemed so unfair
Stripping you of so much, you still managed to give us the little bits of light that’s so enriched our lives. 
As long as we have searched, through all the tears we've cried...
We've tried to find the reason for this long good-bye.
But now it's time to take back all your memories...
As you are finally free from this cruel disease.
I pledge to remember the person that you once were;
A good hearted, giving person is all that will be heard.
And every time we see an eagle fly...
We will know within our hearts exactly where you are.
So on this day we say good-bye as you now depart.
Although far from our touch, never far from our hearts.
(Personalization of The Long Good Bye by Ellen Miller)

Wayne Ardis
July 14th, 2022

Aunt Lois was truly loved by all that knew her. She was my favorite Canadian relative and I considered her to be the Ardis/ Sandulo family matriarch. She certainly was our Canadian anchor for us here on the American side of the border. It is bitter sweet that she has left this world but I am so happy that she will be reunited with her love Edgar. Rest easy Aunt Lois with all my love Wayne

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