I met Mildred when I was a teenager. She was a dear friend who shared so much with us for many years and became part of our family. We are thankful for so many wonderful memories.
Thank you, Mildred for being a beautiful member of our wedding party!
Michael and Margie Bryan
I was sorry to hear about Aunt Mildred’s passing. My condolences to all the family. I am sorry I am unable to attend the service, as I am unable to take the time off work. I will always fondly remember how she used to send us birthday, Christmas and anniversary cards every year. She will be missed.
My mother and I met Mildred in 1990 as she traveled with her good friend Grace on an organized bus trip in Europe for the Oberammergau Passion Play. A most wonderful experience. This friendship continued over the years with visits to the Woodstock area (where we live), phone calls, cards and letters. A fond memory was Mildred being able to drive a golf cart (she could reach the pedals!), with my mother, enjoying our rural property. My mother passed 18 years ago, but I have continued to enjoy her heartfelt letters and our vibrant telephone conversations. I will miss her kind, loving, beautiful soul. God's Peace.
Mildred was Mom’s cousin, so we got to know her when she and Aunt Esther would visit Mom, and after Mom passed she still kept in touch. We’ll miss hearing from her. Such a friendly, caring person. Goodbye sweet lady.