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October 16, 2018

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February 22, 2018
I would like to leave condolences to the entire Ware family. Wilma was a fantastic person all the many years I have known her. She was pleasant and pleasing. and a real Star from the East. And Bill was a great person, and together they were a fantastic pair. I especially appreciated their help when they urged Floyd Brown to give support to Peck's Addition after Floyd brought up the matter and reported the city was only offering $500. per lot and $1000. per home. Floyd Brown and I worked for many years (9), to get the city to relocate the people in Peck's Addition into more safe and proper housing rather than just kick them out of their homes. Both Bill and Wilma stood steadfast giving support along with other members of the lodge- some of whom were still in Peck's Addition or had been born there.
Wilma and Bill were people with social conscience and a good heart and soul. I loved them both.
And to Corey, I would like to say. "Try it again, Corey. You come from good American stock, and we need someone like you in Washington. And as they said way back in the sixties when I went to college, 'Keep on, keepin' on' "
Rest in Peace, Bill, and Wilma. You lived, you married, you had a great family, and you raised them to be good citizens of our country. Your life's obituaries are a testament to the greatness of the USA. Now you may want to inspire your grandson to carry your legacy further on if he wants to.
Amen.
February 22, 2018
I would like to send my condolences to the family of Wilma and a special one to my friend Ginger Ware the wife of Wilma's son Pat Ware of over 30yrs Pat passed July 2011. Ginger and Wilma became the best of friends throughout those years of her marriage to Pat and went on many vacations together, their favorite being Las Vegas. I know Ginger thought the world of both Bill and Wilma and they of her. Gingers children Matt and Melissa proudly called Wilma grandma and loved her as their own. May you rest in peace sweet Wilma, God be with you!
February 21, 2018
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
February 20, 2018
I'd like to offer my condolences to all who loved Wilma. Wilma was the mother-in-law to my friend, Ginger Ware. Ginger was married to Wilma's son,Pat, for many years before his death in 2011. Even though I did not know Wilma well, I felt that I knew her vicariously through Ginger. I heard many stories of vacations to Las Vegas and and many happy times spent together through the years. I also had the pleasure of being Wilma's great grandchildren's principal for a short time.

I always admired Wilma's strong spirit and constant smile. She was active, independent and continued driving until the end of her life. Whenever we met in the supermarket we chatted for a few minutes. I last saw Wilma at a restaurant a few weeks ago and I am glad I was able to see her one more time.

To Ginger and her children Matt and Melissa, to Corey and Caitlin and their families-- my sincere condolences.

Dr. B. Gayle Niehaus
Hamilton, Ohio