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Gladys C. Wild

October 5, 1920 - August 27, 2009
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Gladys C. Wild, age 88, of Beaver Dam, died on Thursday, August 27, 2009 at Hillside Manor. The visitation will be at St. Katharine Drexel Church, 511 S. Spring St., in Beaver Dam, on Tuesday, September 1, 2009 from 10:00 Am until 11:00 AM. The Mass of Christian Burial will follow on Tuesday at theContinue Reading

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Chuck Dahm left a message on September 11, 2009:
Sorry for the late condolence. Ben & Gladys were my God parents. I remember playing with the girls in the ''50s. We would tear up the neighbor hood until dark and Gladys would call us in. While Ben was telling me stories of his duties as a photographer in WW2 I could hear Gladys stirring a pitcher of Kool-Aid and getting a plate of cookies ready in the kitchen. Ben was always proud of his garden and loved his kohlrabi I have many memories of those days in Beaver Dam and all of the wonderful neighbors, Mrs. Lukow, the Patchinskies and Mrs, Snyder in the brick house on the corner.Once a month they would have a sheepshead game rotating among the families. The card table used is sitting next to me now. Thank you for the memories.
Chuck Dahm left a message on September 11, 2009:
Sorry for the late condolence. Ben & Gladys were my God parents. I remember playing with the girls in the ''50s. We would tear up the neighbor hood until dark and Gladys would call us in. While Ben was telling me stories of his duties as a photographer in WW2 I could hear Gladys stirring a pitcher of Kool-Aid and getting a plate of cookies ready in the kitchen. Ben was always proud of his garden and loved his kohlrabi I have many memories of those days in Beaver Dam and all of the wonderful neighbors, Mrs. Lukow, the Patchinskies and Mrs, Snyder in the brick house on the corner.Once a month they would have a sheepshead game rotating among the families. The card table used is sitting next to me now. Thank you for the memories.
Maggie (Sadowske) Kitelinger left a message on September 8, 2009:
Connie, you have my sympathies. I lost my Mom many years ago. It is never easy. I''m sure it was not easy for you either. Your mom will always be with you and a part of you. Praying for you & your entire family. Maggie
Maggie (Sadowske) Kitelinger left a message on September 8, 2009:
Connie, you have my sympathies. I lost my Mom many years ago. It is never easy. I''m sure it was not easy for you either. Your mom will always be with you and a part of you. Praying for you & your entire family. Maggie
Christine Gourlie left a message on September 2, 2009:
I''m so sorry for the loss of Grandma. I wish I could have been there in person to give my condolences. I''m very thankful I had the opportunity to meet such a wonderful, caring and important part of the family. Loving memories... Christine Gourlie
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Christine Gourlie left a message on September 2, 2009:
I''m so sorry for the loss of Grandma. I wish I could have been there in person to give my condolences. I''m very thankful I had the opportunity to meet such a wonderful, caring and important part of the family. Loving memories... Christine Gourlie
Ella Lininger Zak left a message on September 1, 2009:
It''s so sad to hear of Mrs. Wild passing. It seems like the ending of an era now that most of the families we grew up with are no longer living there. I remember she and Mr. Wild as the one of the first people to welcome all of us into the neighborhood. I was always fascinated by all the flowers your parents has in their yard and how Mr. Wild and my dad were such good friends. I have many memories of Mrs. Wild and her laughter, always seemed to be so cheerful when we would come over to visit. It was a safe neighborhood to grow up in with all the parents in the neighborhood looking out for all of us and I am glad that we had the opportunity to share it with your family. Take care and keep only the happy memories of your mom and dad.
Ella Lininger Zak left a message on September 1, 2009:
It''s so sad to hear of Mrs. Wild passing. It seems like the ending of an era now that most of the families we grew up with are no longer living there. I remember she and Mr. Wild as the one of the first people to welcome all of us into the neighborhood. I was always fascinated by all the flowers your parents has in their yard and how Mr. Wild and my dad were such good friends. I have many memories of Mrs. Wild and her laughter, always seemed to be so cheerful when we would come over to visit. It was a safe neighborhood to grow up in with all the parents in the neighborhood looking out for all of us and I am glad that we had the opportunity to share it with your family. Take care and keep only the happy memories of your mom and dad.
Mary (Gocker) Verberkmoes left a message on August 31, 2009:
Dear Connie, Please accept my sympathy at the loss of your mother. Losing a mother is never easy no matter what our age. Mary (Gocker)Verberkmoes
Mary (Gocker) Verberkmoes left a message on August 31, 2009:
Dear Connie, Please accept my sympathy at the loss of your mother. Losing a mother is never easy no matter what our age. Mary (Gocker)Verberkmoes
David Hupf left a message on August 30, 2009:
Kay,Connie,Wanda @ Larry with a heavy heart my thought''s and prayer''s are with you all. May you stay strong during this time of mourning. Just seem''s like yesterday I was there myself. David @ Judy Hupf
David Hupf left a message on August 30, 2009:
Kay,Connie,Wanda @ Larry with a heavy heart my thought''s and prayer''s are with you all. May you stay strong during this time of mourning. Just seem''s like yesterday I was there myself. David @ Judy Hupf
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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