Laurel Hoessler

Obituary of Laurel "Lolly" Wilk Hoessler

      On March 19th, at the age of 76, Laurel “Lolly” Wilk Hoessler passed away.


      Lolly was born in Holyoke, Massachusetts on December 9th, 1944. She married the love of her life, Kenneth Hoessler, in Granby, Massachusetts in 1964. Together they eventually built their forever home in Webster, New York and raised their loving family. Lolly took great pride in her family, and her strength and determination pushed her to tackle the many challenges life presented her. After the too early death of her husband in 1985, she was charged with raising her daughters on her own.


      Lolly worked as a dental assistant with Dr. Frederick Suter in the village of Webster for 25 years. She was known for her friendliness and compassion for her patients and co-workers and for her incredible work ethic. She enjoyed spending time with her family, working in her yard, reading historical fiction novels, quilting, and helping friends in need. She was always up for a chat with the many people she knew around town, and always made time on Friday nights for dinner with her friends. She was often seen cheering loudly for her grandchildren at sporting events and concerts. In recent years she had joined Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church and became involved with the senior community there. 


      Lolly was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She is preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth, and her sister, Kathryn Cartier. She is survived by her three daughters, Toni (Eric) Baller, Kimberlie (Andrew) Price, and Pamela Cunliffe, and her seven grandchildren Kendall, Mitchell, and Jacob Baller, Connor and Jordan Price, Tyler and Joshua Cunliffe, and her sister Deborah Orlowski. A private funeral service will be held at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Webster at 11:00 AM Friday, March 26th; live-streaming will be available at . She will be laid to rest with her husband in Webster Union Cemetery.  In remembrance of Lolly Hoessler’s life, the family asks that any charitable donations be made to Good Mews Animal Foundation, or Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church

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