Wilma was a kind and compassionate person who loved Jesus and was always ready to try and help anyone who asked. So sorry for your loss.
Wilma was a woman with a beautiful compassionate heart. All who had the priviledge of knowing her would say she was a woman of great faith, love, and power! Praying for each family member that you will feel the presence of her savior, Jesus, walking through your valley of loss and find esquisite comfort in knowing the peace she walked in. She will be dearly missed as no one could ever take her place! We love her and yet we know her days were lived to the fullest! Love Will, and Christine Armstrong
Derek and Stacey,
Please accept my condolences on your Mom's passing. I remember many hours spent at your house on Grove Street. The conversations and laughter are etched in our memories forever. She was a special lady.
We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom. She was a beautiful lady. We are sorry we can't make it to the funeral parlor..but our thoughts and prayers are with you all tonight.
We are sending our deepest condolences, love & prayers. May your dear mom rest in peace. With love, Jim, Maria, Jimmy & Chris Hall.
Greg, Sorry for the loss of your mother. I wish your whole family well. Linda Oaksford Jurica
I shall miss reading Wilma's beautiful articles that were published in the Leader-Herald. They were very encouraging and meaningful to me.
I knew Wilma from the time I was a child, since she was a very close friend of my sister-in-law. She was always such a sweet and kind person.
I know Wilma is now in the arms of Jesus.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.
About 55 years ago, I sat in a seat next to Wilma at the phone co. I gave her a ride home at least once. Now, passing by the house where she lived, I have wondered what ever happened to Wilma. I remember she had her hands full but always was happy and a good hearted person to work with. Where did the time go? My Sympathy for your loss.