Cora Sue Collins, 51, Green Bay, Wis., was led home in the arms of Jesus on Sunday, May 6, 2012, in the early morning hours. She was born to the late Robert and Betty Collins in Antigo, Wis., Dec. 2, 1961.
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Cora was one of the most unique and amazing women a person could cross paths with. She was the type of woman who gave selflessly, and did not expect anything in return. It was about knowing she could make someone smile and laugh or help them out in a time of need even if that meant she went without. She had always said and was a firm believer in by doing good for others God would smile on her one day. After so many years of struggling and sickness, in the past year she was able to find her faith in Jesus-which finally set her free. Free from pain, heartache, and peace with the questions that were never answered. God did indeed bless her each and every day in so many ways. She was a wonderful mother who gave the best gift a person could ever ask for-LOVE. She made you to see and appreciate the little things in life. She had forgiven those who needed forgiveness-loved all and most important believed and was not afraid anymore. God bless her heart for it is most precious!
Survivors include, sons, Ryan P. Collins, Douglas D. Luterbach; daughters, Stacey M. Luterbach, Jessica J. Grimes; four grandchildren, Evan, Makaylah, Jace, and Owen; boyfriend, Dave Hendrickson; and siblings, Debbie, Rick, B.J., Tom, Jenny, Candace, and Robin.
Visitation will be on Saturday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Weber-Hill Funeral Home, Wabeno. Funeral Service will follow at noon with Pastor Don Dewing officiating. Cora will be laid to rest next to her father at Lakeview Cemetery in Carter, Wis. Online condolences www.weberhillfuneralhome.com
Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette on May 11, 2012