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Obituary: Moll, Lola Mae Davis, R.N.

Sun., Nov. 10, 2013

MOLL, Lola Mae Davis, R.N.

88 Years of Life A resident of Cascade, Montana, passed away on October 17, 2013, at her daughter’s home in Deer Park, Washington.

She is the dear mother and mother-in-law of Marcia and Steve Earl of Belleville, Illinois, Colleen Febach of Deer Park, Michelle and Rusty Daniels of Landstuhl, Germany, and Joe and Connie Moll of Great Falls, Montana.

Her grandchildren are Shawn (Michelle) Lashway of Helena, Montana, Christine (Eric) Bailey of Granite City, IL., Adriene and Abby Febach of Spokane, WA., Molly (Derrick) Alecci of Whiteman A.F.B., Missouri, and Tracy and Tommy Daniels, Great Falls, MT.

Her great-grandsons are Harrison Lashway, Jett Bailey, and Thomas Steele.

Lola has numerous nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Moll has been preceded in death by her parents, an infant daughter, Mary, her husband, Wally, a sister, Lucille Davis Ingersoll, a brother, Joe Davis, a son-in-law, Kenneth Febach, and a niece, Dolores Ingersoll Strom.

Born in 1925 at Helena, Montana, she attended Wolf Creek Grade School, high school in Cascade for two years, and graduated from high school in Helena studying Latin preparing for her studies in Nursing.

She attended St. John’s School of Nursing associated with Carroll College as a Cadet Nurse during WWII, graduating in 1946.

She and her husband, Wally, operated the Cascade Creamery, Jim’s Central Service (J&W Oil) which was a full service gas station and bulk plant, and Lola was one of the original EMS quick responders in Cascade.

She was a registered nurse at the Cascade County Detoxification Center, the former Columbus Hospital Emergency Room, and at the new Columbus Hospital from 1981 to 1991 where she worked in oncology prior to retiring.

A Funeral Mass honoring Mrs. Moll will be held in Deer Park at St. Mary Presentation Catholic Church on Saturday, November 16, 2013, at 11:00 A.M., with Rev.

Father Albert Grasher, Jr. celebrant.

LAUER FUNERAL HOME in Deer Park, Washington


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