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     Ramona Mae Wessler, age 83, of St. Peters, Missouri passed Saturday, February 18, 2017 at St Joseph Hospital, St. Charles, Missouri.

     Ramona was born October 8, 1933 in Hebron, Nebraska to Henry John and Laura Remona (Holtzen) Wessler.  After graduating from Lamar High School in 1951, she pursued her education in nursing and earned her PhD.  She taught at Burge School of Nursing in Springfield, Missouri and taught in the Oncology Department at St. Louis University before retiring in 1997.  Ramona enjoyed quilting and jewelry making as well as her love for her church where she was a member of Hope Lutheran Church in St. Charles, Missouri. She had a remarkable sense of humor and was very family oriented.

     Ramona leaves behind one brother, Lee (Betty) Wessler, Springfield, Missouri; two sisters, LaVeda Wilson, Lamar, Missouri and Bonnie Wessler, St. Peters, Missouri; nephews Donald (Joann) Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, Edwin (Melinda) Wessler, Chris Wessler, Michael (Laura) Slamp, Al Slamp; nieces Jeannette (Dana) Eaves and Carrie Thomas; great nephews and nieces,  Rachel Thomas, Hannah Eaves, Alison Slamp, Elizabeth Wessler, Krista Wessler, Samuel Wilson, Gracie Wessler,  Michael (Krystal) Slamp, and Matthew Slamp; great-great  nephew and niece, Nathan Slamp and Alexis Slamp  She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers, Wilbur, Charles and Merlyn  Wessler; and a nephew, Ron Wilson.

     A private family service will be held at Daniel Funeral Home with burial in Lake Cemetery.

     Contributions are suggested to Mayo Clinic Neurology Research in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

 

  

Comments  

#3 Lamar, MOCarolyn Gastel 2017-03-01 09:00
So sorry for your loss. I wish I could have been there for you.
#2 St Charles MO. 63301Jacqueline Wuertenberg 2017-02-23 09:55
My sympathy to your family and to you Bonnie.
Your sister has been a courageous model for many of us. I remember her love of life, her participation in living life as fully as possible with staying active in body, mind and spirit!
Her abiding goodwill will be missed by many of us as her influence continues to live on in those of us who knew and loved her.
#1 Louisburg KsArietta Humphrey Mallory 2017-02-22 07:35
Sorry to hear of the loss. Remember her as a very bright , loving person so sounds like she was in the right profession and am sure she will be missed
My prayers go out to the family and God Bless you all.

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