Celebrating the life of

Lois Shuman Coe

Passed away on July 24, 2022

Lois Shuman Coe

The much loved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother Lois Shuman Coe went to her eternal rest July 24, 2022 at home with family by her side.

Lois was a lifelong resident of Savannah.  Having graduated from Chatham County schools, she served the community as an employee of the Chatham County schools in administration, as well as at Isle of Hope Elementary School and at Savannah Technical College.  She retired in 1992.  For many years, Lois was active as a volunteer at Isle of Hope United Methodist Church as a member of the Good Samaritans Circle, as meal and food coordinator for the Family Promise program and with preparations for the Day on the Island fund raising event.

Lois is preceded in death by her mother, Edith McAllister and father, William Howard McAllister and husband of 30 years Ellis Shuman.  She is survived by her husband Ted Coe, her sister Ruth Kicklighter, son Mike Connelly (Joan), daughter Gail Dallas (Clyde), daughter Teresa Lockett (Alan), grandsons Ryan Connelly and Ronnie Feise, granddaughters Samantha Wells, Laura Long, Dawn Proctor, Morgan Lockett and Mallory Lockett, and many great-grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews. 

Visitation will be at10:00 am on Saturday 7/30/22, followed by the funeral service at 11:00am, at Isle of Hope United Methodist Church, 412 Parkersburg Road, Savannah, GA 31406. The burial will be private.  

The family requests donations be made in Lois’ memory to Isle of Hope United Methodist Church Endowment Fund and Hospice Savannah.

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You were such a loving person. Happy and friendly to everyone. You will be missed. Love you aunt Lois. I will never forget your kindness. ARLENE and family

- ARLENE Kicklighter , Pooler , Ga

Grandma. Oh how blessed I was to be able to call you that. I couldn’t have been more proud to have such an amazingly, strong, loving woman in my life. I will miss our talks and the laughs. I will never forget our last phone conversation. The things you told me touched my heart. I hope as you look down on me, I continue to make you proud. I miss you so much and love you even more. I know you are healed now so rest easy.

- Dawn Proctor, Brunswick , GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel