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Wilma June Foose, 76, of Eaton, Colo., passed away May 3, 2011, at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.

She was born May 23, 1934 to Fred and Martha (Bernhardt) Buxman in Kuner, Colo. She attended school in Kuner through the seventh grade and completed her education in Eaton, Colo., graduating from Eaton High School in 1952. She married Richard Lee Foose on March 11, 1955, at St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

She was a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul’s attending Bible studies, balance class, teaching Sunday school and vacation Bible school. Wilma was also a member of Greeley After Five Christian Women’s Club and served on their executive board. In her 60s, she fulfilled her life-long desire for adult baptism. Later in life she also attended Galeton Community Church.

Wilma worked five years with Agland Potato growers, tirelessly worked on the farm milking cows and in the fields, and had a 24-year career at The Eaton Bank becoming an officer.

Wilma loved flower gardening for the joy of growing them, but even more for the joy of giving them. Many people received loving bouquets from Wilma’s garden. She was a friend in time of need to many, bringing flowers, prayers and kind words of love and comfort. She loved antique auctions, garage sales, drives to Grover and Pawnee Buttes, and would often be seen on long walks with her beloved German Shepherd. Her love of children made her a much-loved neighbor to many little ones throughout her life.

Wilma’s last years were lived with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cancer. She was lovingly cared for by family until the last day in her earthly body.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Foose; daughters, Kristal Deeann Foose and Janell Dawn Foose; and husband Dale Demaree of Greeley, Colo.

She was preceded in death by a son Richard Lee Foose Jr.; parents, Fred and Martha Buxman; and sisters, Ruth Sitzman and Gladys Buxman.

Memorial services were held May 10, 2011 at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church.

Graveside services were held at the Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Galeton Community Church or St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

An online obituary and guest book are available at http://www.MoserFuneralService.com.

Wilma June Foose, 76, of Eaton, Colo., passed away May 3, 2011, at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.

She was born May 23, 1934 to Fred and Martha (Bernhardt) Buxman in Kuner, Colo. She attended school in Kuner through the seventh grade and completed her education in Eaton, Colo., graduating from Eaton High School in 1952. She married Richard Lee Foose on March 11, 1955, at St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

She was a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul’s attending Bible studies, balance class, teaching Sunday school and vacation Bible school. Wilma was also a member of Greeley After Five Christian Women’s Club and served on their executive board. In her 60s, she fulfilled her life-long desire for adult baptism. Later in life she also attended Galeton Community Church.

Wilma worked five years with Agland Potato growers, tirelessly worked on the farm milking cows and in the fields, and had a 24-year career at The Eaton Bank becoming an officer.

Wilma loved flower gardening for the joy of growing them, but even more for the joy of giving them. Many people received loving bouquets from Wilma’s garden. She was a friend in time of need to many, bringing flowers, prayers and kind words of love and comfort. She loved antique auctions, garage sales, drives to Grover and Pawnee Buttes, and would often be seen on long walks with her beloved German Shepherd. Her love of children made her a much-loved neighbor to many little ones throughout her life.

Wilma’s last years were lived with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cancer. She was lovingly cared for by family until the last day in her earthly body.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Foose; daughters, Kristal Deeann Foose and Janell Dawn Foose; and husband Dale Demaree of Greeley, Colo.

She was preceded in death by a son Richard Lee Foose Jr.; parents, Fred and Martha Buxman; and sisters, Ruth Sitzman and Gladys Buxman.

Memorial services were held May 10, 2011 at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church.

Graveside services were held at the Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Galeton Community Church or St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

An online obituary and guest book are available at http://www.MoserFuneralService.com.

Wilma June Foose, 76, of Eaton, Colo., passed away May 3, 2011, at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.

She was born May 23, 1934 to Fred and Martha (Bernhardt) Buxman in Kuner, Colo. She attended school in Kuner through the seventh grade and completed her education in Eaton, Colo., graduating from Eaton High School in 1952. She married Richard Lee Foose on March 11, 1955, at St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

She was a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul’s attending Bible studies, balance class, teaching Sunday school and vacation Bible school. Wilma was also a member of Greeley After Five Christian Women’s Club and served on their executive board. In her 60s, she fulfilled her life-long desire for adult baptism. Later in life she also attended Galeton Community Church.

Wilma worked five years with Agland Potato growers, tirelessly worked on the farm milking cows and in the fields, and had a 24-year career at The Eaton Bank becoming an officer.

Wilma loved flower gardening for the joy of growing them, but even more for the joy of giving them. Many people received loving bouquets from Wilma’s garden. She was a friend in time of need to many, bringing flowers, prayers and kind words of love and comfort. She loved antique auctions, garage sales, drives to Grover and Pawnee Buttes, and would often be seen on long walks with her beloved German Shepherd. Her love of children made her a much-loved neighbor to many little ones throughout her life.

Wilma’s last years were lived with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cancer. She was lovingly cared for by family until the last day in her earthly body.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Foose; daughters, Kristal Deeann Foose and Janell Dawn Foose; and husband Dale Demaree of Greeley, Colo.

She was preceded in death by a son Richard Lee Foose Jr.; parents, Fred and Martha Buxman; and sisters, Ruth Sitzman and Gladys Buxman.

Memorial services were held May 10, 2011 at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church.

Graveside services were held at the Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Galeton Community Church or St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

An online obituary and guest book are available at http://www.MoserFuneralService.com.

Wilma June Foose, 76, of Eaton, Colo., passed away May 3, 2011, at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.

She was born May 23, 1934 to Fred and Martha (Bernhardt) Buxman in Kuner, Colo. She attended school in Kuner through the seventh grade and completed her education in Eaton, Colo., graduating from Eaton High School in 1952. She married Richard Lee Foose on March 11, 1955, at St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

She was a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul’s attending Bible studies, balance class, teaching Sunday school and vacation Bible school. Wilma was also a member of Greeley After Five Christian Women’s Club and served on their executive board. In her 60s, she fulfilled her life-long desire for adult baptism. Later in life she also attended Galeton Community Church.

Wilma worked five years with Agland Potato growers, tirelessly worked on the farm milking cows and in the fields, and had a 24-year career at The Eaton Bank becoming an officer.

Wilma loved flower gardening for the joy of growing them, but even more for the joy of giving them. Many people received loving bouquets from Wilma’s garden. She was a friend in time of need to many, bringing flowers, prayers and kind words of love and comfort. She loved antique auctions, garage sales, drives to Grover and Pawnee Buttes, and would often be seen on long walks with her beloved German Shepherd. Her love of children made her a much-loved neighbor to many little ones throughout her life.

Wilma’s last years were lived with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cancer. She was lovingly cared for by family until the last day in her earthly body.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Foose; daughters, Kristal Deeann Foose and Janell Dawn Foose; and husband Dale Demaree of Greeley, Colo.

She was preceded in death by a son Richard Lee Foose Jr.; parents, Fred and Martha Buxman; and sisters, Ruth Sitzman and Gladys Buxman.

Memorial services were held May 10, 2011 at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church.

Graveside services were held at the Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Galeton Community Church or St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

An online obituary and guest book are available at http://www.MoserFuneralService.com.

Wilma June Foose, 76, of Eaton, Colo., passed away May 3, 2011, at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.

She was born May 23, 1934 to Fred and Martha (Bernhardt) Buxman in Kuner, Colo. She attended school in Kuner through the seventh grade and completed her education in Eaton, Colo., graduating from Eaton High School in 1952. She married Richard Lee Foose on March 11, 1955, at St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

She was a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul’s attending Bible studies, balance class, teaching Sunday school and vacation Bible school. Wilma was also a member of Greeley After Five Christian Women’s Club and served on their executive board. In her 60s, she fulfilled her life-long desire for adult baptism. Later in life she also attended Galeton Community Church.

Wilma worked five years with Agland Potato growers, tirelessly worked on the farm milking cows and in the fields, and had a 24-year career at The Eaton Bank becoming an officer.

Wilma loved flower gardening for the joy of growing them, but even more for the joy of giving them. Many people received loving bouquets from Wilma’s garden. She was a friend in time of need to many, bringing flowers, prayers and kind words of love and comfort. She loved antique auctions, garage sales, drives to Grover and Pawnee Buttes, and would often be seen on long walks with her beloved German Shepherd. Her love of children made her a much-loved neighbor to many little ones throughout her life.

Wilma’s last years were lived with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cancer. She was lovingly cared for by family until the last day in her earthly body.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Foose; daughters, Kristal Deeann Foose and Janell Dawn Foose; and husband Dale Demaree of Greeley, Colo.

She was preceded in death by a son Richard Lee Foose Jr.; parents, Fred and Martha Buxman; and sisters, Ruth Sitzman and Gladys Buxman.

Memorial services were held May 10, 2011 at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church.

Graveside services were held at the Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Galeton Community Church or St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

An online obituary and guest book are available at http://www.MoserFuneralService.com.

Wilma June Foose, 76, of Eaton, Colo., passed away May 3, 2011, at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.

She was born May 23, 1934 to Fred and Martha (Bernhardt) Buxman in Kuner, Colo. She attended school in Kuner through the seventh grade and completed her education in Eaton, Colo., graduating from Eaton High School in 1952. She married Richard Lee Foose on March 11, 1955, at St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

She was a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul’s attending Bible studies, balance class, teaching Sunday school and vacation Bible school. Wilma was also a member of Greeley After Five Christian Women’s Club and served on their executive board. In her 60s, she fulfilled her life-long desire for adult baptism. Later in life she also attended Galeton Community Church.

Wilma worked five years with Agland Potato growers, tirelessly worked on the farm milking cows and in the fields, and had a 24-year career at The Eaton Bank becoming an officer.

Wilma loved flower gardening for the joy of growing them, but even more for the joy of giving them. Many people received loving bouquets from Wilma’s garden. She was a friend in time of need to many, bringing flowers, prayers and kind words of love and comfort. She loved antique auctions, garage sales, drives to Grover and Pawnee Buttes, and would often be seen on long walks with her beloved German Shepherd. Her love of children made her a much-loved neighbor to many little ones throughout her life.

Wilma’s last years were lived with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and cancer. She was lovingly cared for by family until the last day in her earthly body.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Foose; daughters, Kristal Deeann Foose and Janell Dawn Foose; and husband Dale Demaree of Greeley, Colo.

She was preceded in death by a son Richard Lee Foose Jr.; parents, Fred and Martha Buxman; and sisters, Ruth Sitzman and Gladys Buxman.

Memorial services were held May 10, 2011 at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church.

Graveside services were held at the Eaton Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Galeton Community Church or St. Paul’s Congregational Church.

An online obituary and guest book are available at http://www.MoserFuneralService.com.


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