by Brenda Ketch
Deepest SympathyTo Wilma's family: Was saddened to hear about Wilma's passing, and want to give her family my deepest sympathy. I've known Wilma and Jack for several years now, and spent a few years participating in one of Cary's Strides exercise program that Wilma was also a member. We became more acquainted and shared our cooking skills and recipes as well as discussing many topics of the day during our workouts there. I so enjoyed these times, memories I won't forget. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time.
by Kurt Tornquist
Deepest SympathyKen, Tracy, Pam and Family,
Julie and I are so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of visiting your home and enjoying Wilma’s cooking. She was very special to many and you all took such great care of her.
by Cynthia Tornquist
MemoriesMy husband Ted and I met Wilma at Jack and Wilma’s wedding one day after our first wedding anniversary. For the next 3 years it was a joy to spend weekends visiting back and forth from their place in Mass. to where we lived in Rhode Island. Wilma would have baked beans, steamed brown bread made from her Aunt Minnie’s recipe, and pumpkin pie as often as not. So many happy memories over the years. My heart goes out to you all.
With love and prayers,