Our condolences to Keith and Bonnie. I have fond memories of ice skating and hot chocolate when living with my parents the Mizer above the Kaiser family. Cheryl and Steve Young
My Heart goes out to the Family, God Bless
I remember, as a young girl, going to Twila's house with my mother(Bev Keithahn) and having a fun tea party. Her cookies and graciousness I still remember.
Maria Keithahn Marks
We had the "pleasure" of meeting Twila through my late aunt, and she was "always" a kind and gracious host when we would arrive from NH to visit. There was never an inconvenient time when we knocked on the door and she usually had a "goodie - or two" to share.
Our sincerest condolences to her family. The Nelson's
Dear Linda,and family,
Very sorry to read of your Mom's passing. Thinking of you,and wondering how you are doing.I know this is very hard.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you today,and coming days.
Sandie and Frank Metcalf.
Twila, you are loved by all that had the pleasure and honor to know you. Hugs, Nancy Landingham
Linda, Paul and Keith: Your mother will be greatly missed by many especially my mother, Dorothy Burnett. I always enjoy visiting with Twila she was always so welcoming. May you find comfort and joy in the memories you have of her. God bless you!
Please accept our condolences in this time of distress. God however, gives us a wonderful promise that we as well as our loved ones will benefit in the near future.
My deepest sympathy. May the God of all comfort give you the strength to cope.
Our deepest sympathy to the Kaiser family in the loss of their mother Twila. She was a long and dear friend of the Jones family. Twila was a very special woman. May you find peace and comfort during this sad time. JoAnn and Doug Jones, Juneau
I enjoyed Twila's enthusiastic participation when the Pioneer Homes Advisory Board would visit Palmer. She was a delight with positive suggestions and greetings to take back to Juneau to her many friends. I am sure everyone at the Palmer Home is missing her. Knowing that being absent from the body means being present with the Lord is a comfort to those who knew and loved her. My condolences to her family. Martha Penrose, Juneau
Wonderful neighbors while growing up. Our kids looked forward to her 'full-size' candy bars she'd hand out on Halloween. Our condolences to Keith and Bonnie...
I remember Twila as a kind, friendly lady who welcomed us when we visited. Linda and I were classmates and shared the Auke Bay growing up experience. Regards to the family.
Laura (Rietze) Miller