Lillian R. Law

Lillian Law

Lillian Roberta Moman Law was born in Columbus, Ohio one of five children to Robert and Margaret Moman. She was educated in the Columbus City Public School System and attend the Ohio State University.

Lillian known as “Fatso” to family and friends married John Law, Sr. They had two sons, John R. and Arthur.

She was a lifelong disciple of Trinity Baptist Church and avid bowler. She retired from the Columbus City Public School System as a Teacher and Library Aid.

In addition to her parents, husband and son Arthur, she is preceded in death by siblings, Robert Moman, Jr, Gwendolyn Stone and Otis Moman.

Left to cherish her memory are son, John R. Law, II; grandchildren, Cara, Casey and Cam’ron; great grandchildren, Nicolas and Blake; sister, Patricia Johnson; daughter-in-laws, Lisa Law and Shara Law; nieces, nephews, in-laws, cousins and friends.

In lieu of flowers memorial donation can be made to the Trinity Baptist Church, 461 Saint Clair Ave, Columbus, OH 43230.

PRIVATE Visitation 11:30 AM and Funeral Service 12:00 PM Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at Chapel of Peace – East, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

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Condolence Messages

  1. So sorry for your loss may sherest in GOD’S loving arms.

  2. She was the best she was my Cousin-Mom. Most of the time she had to deal John R, Vincent and myself which had to be nerve wracking but I always knew she loved me.
    Fatso you will be missed

  3. My deepest condolences to the family of Lillian Roberta Moman Law. I am so blessed to have known her.

  4. Please accept my condolences. Rest easy Aunt Fatso!! We have had some good times!!! Praying for the family she leaves behind to cherish her memory.

  5. Gloria Pearson Bent, Columbia SC

    My sister and I were extremely sad to learn of the death of Lillian Law. She was a sweet person who was witty and full of life. We pray God’s richest blessings on her family.

  6. My deepest condolences to the family. Praying with you during the difficult time.

  7. LEWIS/JOAN FLEMISTER

    our sincerest prayers are with the family have known Lillian for over 50 years and always found her to be a very pleasant and christlike person in her demeanor

  8. Helen and I send our condolences to you and your family John! Your mom was surely an encouragement to me at Trinity Baptist Church! Loved her and will miss her much.

  9. Prayers of comfort for the family. All the way from Hamilton Ave. living next to Mrs. Brandon. Remembering Fatso,Tutinan ,Winkie and Moman. To the Eiland and Hargrow family yall were more like family than friends.

  10. May she rest in peace. I’ll miss you my former neighbor.

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