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She was preceded in death by her mother Louise Meiser (nee Ferraresi-Weir), father Michael Weir, stepfather Raymond Meisner, stepbrother Raymond Meisner and her sister Lois Griffin. Corky was a graduate of Glenbard High School in Glen Ellyn, class of 1953.Corky passed away, the way she lived - a fighter!
Maisel centres on a woman who does everything she can to be a pictureperfect wife and mother but who ultimately finds comfort and fulfilment in the company of another woman, a comedy club employee played by Alex Borstein, who provides the voice of Lois Griffin in Family Guy.
Borstein, best known as the voice of Lois Griffin on "Family Guy," was originally cast as Sookie St.
She does amazing impressions of Lois Griffin from Family Guy and Kim Kardashian.
Fox declined to air an episode, "Partial Terms of Endearment,'' during the 2009-10 season when family matriarch Lois Griffin contemplates an abortion.
Alex Borstein, who voices Lois Griffin, thinks she has the measure of just why the show has been so popular.
In the show the lead cartoon characters Peter and Lois Griffin repeated the phrase "Laura Bush killed a guy" several times, with Peter dressed as Laura Bush and Lois as a bleeding man crisscrossed with tire tracks for a costume party.
Piper Derek Stevenson piped in Ken Fader UE, Lois Griffin UE and Lloyd Redick UE with the colours and honoured guests.
Peter, Stewie and Brian Griffin Seth MacFarlane Lois Griffin Alex Borstein Chris Griffin Seth Green Meg Griffin Mila Kunis Brought back from the dead by DVD sales and Cartoon Network reruns, "Family Guy" begins its new life with a slightly more assured mix of satire and nonsequiturs, while still displaying the kind of hit-miss joke ratio that doesn't quite belong in the major leagues.
If the bloke with the quasi afro in the umpire's chair is Paul Robeson then she's Lois Griffin.
Lois Griffin UE read a poem written by Elizabeth Richardson UE entitled "Loyal We Stand." Logan Bjarnason UE then spoke to the group, his topic being "Milestones--A Loyalist Tradition." The group then joined in the singing of our National Anthem and the program ended with the retiring of the colours.