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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

NWA Lois Pack, wife of Capt. Fred Pack

Lois Pack, wife of retired NWA pilot and RNPA member Capt. Fred Pack
August 29, 1933 ~ June 22, 2012
Lois was 78 years of age at the time of her passing.  As was her wishes, there will be no services.
Lois loved her animals.... Llamas, Norwegian Fjord horses, mini horses and rare birds to name a few.  She is survived by her husband Captain Frederick J. ‘Fred’ Pack.   You can reach Captain Pack at 
 PO Box 61 ,  Wilkeson, WA 98396-0061  ...   (360) 829-2766
or by email at  friendlyfred@hughes.net 
Thank you,
~ Carol

From: RNPA News   Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2012 7:21 AM  
Subject:  Lois Pack Obituary
Lois Pack, wife of Frederick J. (Fred) Pack passed away on June 22, 2012.
After a long bout with pulmonary and kidney failure she passed peacefully at home.
Lois was born in Philipsburg, PA on 29Aug33 and married to Fred for 57 years.
At Lois’ request, there were no services and her remains have returned home so she can still be with her beloved animals.
She is survived by one son, Jeffrey Austin Pack and husband Fred.


  1. I grew up as dear Lois's neighbor and her son(later known as Frederick James the Third)Jay's play companion before school began. I thought Lois the most elegant female I had ever encountered, with her hanging flowers on the porch and her dinner bell, and her beauty. Both my parents have passed away and so has Jay, I recently found out, to my sorrow. But I still remember the good times and the affection I felt for Lois. Also, her husband found out I secretly called him Poopy Pack, and instead of becoming angry, he sent me a fresh pineapple from HI signed "Poopy Pack". I must have been 5 years old and it was the first piece of mail I ever received, and his gracious kindness was appreciated! Rest in Peace Lois and Jay.