Dear Susan and Family,
As a co-worker to Susan, I have heard for many years about her beloved Mother. "I am so sorry to hear of your loss - my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time." God Bless!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Wauneeta was a very sweet and generous lady. I'm so happy we were neighbors for all those years, many great childhood memories. You mom was always willing to invite us for meals, and let us have lots of sleep overs, fun times! Kathy & I truly enjoyed being included at the Blum's. The last time I saw Wauneeta was at a restaurant, I gave her a big hug, she seemed so surprised to see us, after so many years.
Love to all,
So many good memories, can't seem to pick just one. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. So glad we were neighbors for so many years, you all gave us the best memories of our childhood! The last time I saw your mom was at a restaurant, I gave her a big hug, she was so surprised! Loved her generous ways, fixing Kathy & I meals, letting us spend the night. We loved hanging out at your home, always good times! Your photo gallery was a great tribute to a sweet lady, a Mom who loved her family!
Dear Bill, Rick, Susan, and Linda ... oh my how those pictures in the gallery brought back the memories for Nancy & I. Your mother was a beautiful lady, & your parents such a handsome couple with her dimples & your dad's blue eyes. Many happy memories, a fun one being your mother made my very first grilled cheese sandwich when I was a little girl. God bless all of you, and may your sweet mother rest in peace. Love to all, Kathy Svetlich-Hartzell
I just finished watching the video, it was beautiful, thank goodness for photographs! One thought... Who captured the moment of Grandma holding a canoe paddle? Was she holding it just for the picture? I have heard the infamous canoe stories of how grandpa could gracefully steer the canoe down the river and all grandma had to do was kick her feet up and throw a beer back (probably several times). In the mean time the rest of the family was fighting to stay off the banks and dry. Thank you to whom ever it was that caught that glorious Kodak moment grandma Blum picked up a canoe paddle, it game me a nice little laugh between the tears. Grandma, she taught me how to "act like a lady" and that sometimes unspoken words are more powerful than spoken. RIP