Lois L. Bromley
Lois Lorraine Bromley (nee Opal), beloved mother, artist and community leader, passed away peacefully surrounded by family after battling a long illness, on November 16, 2022. She was 86 years old.
Lois was born in 1936 to George and Eleanor Opal in Detroit, Michigan but moved to Indianapolis, Indiana at the age of 6 where she grew up with three younger brothers. She attended Marian College in Indianapolis where she graduated in 1958 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Lois became a registered Medical Technologist specializing in Blood Bank/Serology and worked as the Department Head for St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis. After meeting her husband, William H. Bromley, they moved to New Jersey and she worked as the Department Head of Blood Bank/Serology for West Jersey Hospital in Camden.
Lois spent many years serving the community as a member of the Haddon Fortnightly. She joined in 1987 and became President in 1992 and 1994. She served on the Markeim Arts Center and the Haddon Foundation Board of Directors, and chaired multiple committees at Tavistock Country Club. Lois was full of life and had a passion for traveling around the world with her husband, playing golf with the 9-holers at Tavistock, and playing bridge and Mahjong with friends. She loved sitting with a good mystery novel and expressing herself through her art. Lois won several awards for her paintings in various contests in New Jersey and Florida. She enjoyed splitting her time between NJ and Florida with her husband to enjoy the sunny, beach weather.
Lois is preceded in death by her husband William H. Bromley, son David Scott, and parents George and Eleanor Opal. She is survived by her 4 children; sons William H. Bromley II (Susan), Mark D. Bromley, Steven M. Bromley; and daughter Constance L. (Bromley) Loggans (Christopher); 7 Granddaughters Alexandria, Kendall, Emma, Morgan, Kaitlyn, Kristen and Pearle and 3 Grandsons Clayton, Lyncoln and Steven.
Lois’ Family will receive friends in the Sanctuary of the Haddonfield United Methodist Church, 1:30pm to 3:15 pm, on Saturday, November 26, 2022. There will be a service immediately following at 3:30pm. Interment, private. In lieu of flowers, the family would be honored to receive contributions for the scholarship for the Arts they are setting up in Lois’ name with the Haddon Fortnightly. Please make checks payable to The Haddon Fortnightly, PO Box 321, Haddonfield, NJ 08033 and on the memo line write, Lois Bromley.