Guestbook for Wilma A. Kohler
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There is not enough words to say about Wilma she was one of the greatest people that I ever got to meet and work with. Working with her and listening to all the stories that she would tell us would make the day so much better. We would send cards and letters back and forth and she would send me pictures of her and the family. It was a pleasure to know this great lady I will miss her. My condolence goes out to her family. She will be greatly missed
From Loretta Anderson

12:12 pm - 04/18/17


Wilma and my father were cousins and I had the pleasure of sharing time with her exploring our family history,treasured moments to be sure. To her, life was an adventure and she explored it to the fullest. Every day offered opportunities for personal growth and development. She sought joy and found it in even the smallest things. Her positive attitude brought light and hope to so many. A remarkable woman whoes many gifts are memorialized in her loving family. She will surely be missed.
From Mary Rossmeier

3:28 pm - 04/17/17


I met wilma in 2005.We worked in a little company side by side.We became friends fast.I listen and hung on every word she said.She told the most amazing stories from her life.She was the most amazing person i had in my life.when she moved to wisconsin we still talked often and she still told me her life stories.She loved being around her family.She loved telling me about her new adventures.She always said never to late to start a new adventure.This wonderful person will truly be missed.My heart goes out to her family.
From teresa greene

1:41 pm - 04/17/17


I met Wilma when she was a Demo lady at Sams Club in Onalaska, Wis. She and I have been best of friends as she was with most people she met. She was the kindest and most concerned and loving person I have known. I will miss her greatly. God Bless her family. You are in my prayers..
From Dorothy Pipkin

1:15 pm - 04/17/17


I met Wilma and her granddaughter because we both were vendors at the Holman Craft Shows. We always had wonderful talks. She was an inspiration. She had such a positive outlook on life. She also made beautiful creative jewelry. She will be missed.
From Nancy Tanke

8:34 pm - 04/16/17


I met Wilma at a craft show last December and she was such a lovely woman! I couldn't believe she was 92 years young. She was so wonderful to speak with and she shared her love of crafting with others. What a wonderful woman! I'm so happy that you were able to enjoy her all the many years you had her in your life. I only spent ten minutes with her but she made an impression on me.
From Diane Oldani Wulf

10:33 pm - 04/15/17