Lois Mildred (Miller) Duppstadt, 72, of Somerset, died March 28, 2012, at Somerset Hospital. Born Aug. 4, 193,9 in Somerset County. She is the daughter of the late Clarence and Rebecca (Augustine) Miller. She was preceded in death by brothers Paul, William, Wayne, James, Stanley, sister Emma Jean and son-in-law Philip R. Walker. She is survived by her husband Robert Dean Duppstadt to whom she was married 49 years, children Karen Walker of Somerset, Rhonda Duppstadt of Atlanta, Ga., Robert Duppstadt Jr. of Somerset and grandchildren Jack and Sydney Sordelet. A member and very active in Faith Lutheran Church, she served as Chairperson of WELCA, received the Bold Woman of the Year award, Chairperson of the Social Committee, Alter Guild, Sunday School teacher, Church Council and Delegate to many Lutheran Synod Assemblies. She taught preschool for 17 years, was a 4-H leader of the Brotherton Belles & Beaus for 20 years and a team member of the Faith Lutheran American Cancer Society Relay for Life Team. As a volunteer for the American Red Cross for 45 years, she was awarded the Edgar Cheeley Volunteer Award, the American Association of Blood Banks (Bethesda, Md.) Volunteer Award and the most precious to her, the Clara Barton Award. As a member of Wills Grange, she was awarded the Citizenship Award from the Somerset Grange. She was a volunteer for many local and national cycling events at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. She was honored as a volunteer by the (Salute to Women) by the Penn’s Woods Council of Boy Scouts. She was also awarded the Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Community Services by WJAC-TV. Friends received 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Hauger-Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset, and one hour prior to the service at the church, which will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Faith Lutheran Church with the Rev. Ardelle Mason officiating. Interment Wills Cemetery. At Lois’s request, please send contributions to the Faith Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, Faith Lutheran Relay for Life team or Camp Sequanota in lieu of flowers. www.haugerzeigler.com.