Anna K. Wilhelm

Newport News, Virginia


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NEWPORT NEWS - Anna Kipper Wilhelm, 104, widow of Frederick R. Wilhelm, passed away on Nov. 16, 2003. Anna was born in Ft. Monroe, Va., on Oct. 6, 1899, being baptized at St. Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic Church. She moved to Newport News at the age of six and at that time became a member of...

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Thank you for sharing Anna with the community. The staff here at RSVP-Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of the Virginia Peninsula extend our sympathy & prayers to your family. For more than 20 years she was a member of our volunteer program; her afghans will be a reminder of what a great lady she was.

I was so sorry to read that Annie had died. She was such a special person. I wish I could be there for her Mass of Resurrection. I know the church will be filled to the brim with people who will want to pay tribute and celebrate her long life. All her friends and family will be in my prayers. With the death of Margaret Proth and Annie, this world has lost two great Christians in one week. God bless all of you. Rhonda Becknell

Betty & Ike, I am so blessed to have known Mrs. Wilhelm, I only wish it had been 40+ years ago. Her memory will never go away. May you have comfort during this difficult time. Every day she will be looking down upon you. All you have to do is look up and smile. God Bless you and your family. Love, Fern & Isaac

She's with God in heaven. I'm Fern Jones-Byrd's(Debbie's best friend) niece. Peace and Blessings to the family

Miss Annie was always a model of deep faith and abiding love when I was a member of St. Vincent. She was deeply loved by everyone. May the peace of Christ's love comfort you in your loss. Elizabeth (formerly Betty Worley)