Condolence & Memory Journal

Wilma will be greatly missed by many. I have many a fond memory of enjoying lunch and coffee time with my Grandma Lucile and Wilma who always made me feel like one of her own grandchildren. I'm sure the heavenly reunion of these two wonderful women was a sight to behold. :) My deepest sympathy to all of you.

Posted by Sandy Cowell - Des Moines, IA - Family Friend   February 03, 2020

I feel very blessed that my great-grandmother was able to grace this Earth with her presents for over 101 years (I know that's a statement not many people are fortunate enough to relate to). She lived through so many important moments in history, it's surreal to imagine just how much the world changed around her during the course of her life. My eldest son, Austin, who has always had a soft spot for her, liked to brag to his friends that his great-great-grandmother was older than the Green Bay Packers, and the actual game of football itself). Tomorrow we bid farewell to a beautiful woman, both inside and out, as her soul has now been lifted up to heaven... and what a beautiful soul it was, is, and always will be. You will be missed and forever cherished by many, Grandma D. We love you so much! Until we meet again, take care of you for me. ❤xoxox

Posted by Missy Schulz - Family   January 31, 2020

Our sympathy to you all at this time. Wilma was a wonderful lady and neighbor.
Blessed be your memories of her.

Posted by Tammy Aadsen - Kiester, MN - Neighbor   January 30, 2020

Wilma you were such a special lady. I always enjoyed our time with you. I have such fond memories of being with you and Uncle Charles on the farm. You will be sorely missed. All my love to you. Say hi to Uncle Charles when you see him. Hugs and Prayers, JanetkA

Posted by Janet Peskey - Iroquois, SD - Family   January 27, 2020