Mildred Johanna Wilcox
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Mildred Johanna WILCOX Mildred Wilcox, passed away peacefully Thursday, February 4th, in her sleep. Born in Tacoma Washington April 19th 1913, Mildred attended Franklin Grade School, Jason Lee Middle School, and Stadium High School. Mildred graduated from The University of Puget Sound in 1935. She married Truman Wilcox in July of that same year, moving onto Wilcox Farm after the wedding, and living there continuously ever since. Mildred was an enormously caring person and served as the farm hostess for many years. She served on the Wilcox Board as well as being Corporate Secretary. Mildred maintained a longtime interest in the University of Puget Sound funding scholarships for students from rural areas. She was deeply religious, living out her faith daily. Mildred and husband Truman, were responsible for much of the success of Wilcox farm. Mildred was predeceased by husband Truman and Daughter Suzanne Wilcox Morse. She is survived by sons Barrie (Susan), Jim (Beth), Daughter Holly Mahan (Larry) & son in law David Morse Jr. Her grandsons JT, Chris, Andy, and Brent Wilcox, Judson & David Morse, Robert, Jeff, & Damian Mahan, Granddaughters Debora Calhoun MD, Anne Marie Morse, Heather Delaney, Melissa & Molly Wolf. Great-granddaughters Katie, Hartley, Madison, and McKenzie Wilcox. Great-granddaughters Mary, Kasey, Elke, & Kiele Calhoun, Greatgrandsons Andrew Morse, Evan Delaney, Donnie, Jimmy, Judson, Blake & Adam Wilcox. Memorial services are set for 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 13th at Yelm United Methodist Church, 408 2nd Street SE, Yelm, WA. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Mildred Wilcox Memorial Fund, at Yelm Methodist Church. Arrangements by Tuell-McKee Funeral Home, 253.272.1414. Please sign online guest book at

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Published in The Seattle Times from Feb. 9 to Feb. 10, 2010.
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February 9, 2010
Jim and Barrie
My wife and I would like to offer our condolences Your mom was a great lady. Our prayers are with you.
Ed and Louise Echtle
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