Leola F. (Wise) Emboden

Born: Thu., Dec. 5, 1918
Died: Wed., Aug. 31, 2011


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Sep. 02, 2011
Location: N. William St. Location


Funeral Service

10:30 AM Sat., Sep. 03, 2011
Location: Saint Pauls Lutheran Church


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Leola F. Emboden

Dec 5, 1918 – Aug 31, 2011

 

Leola F. Emboden, 92, of South Bend passed away Wednesday morning August 31st in the Morningside Nursing and Memory Center. Mrs. Emboden was born December 5, 1918 in Warsaw, IN to the late Clyde and Mary Anna (Batz) Wise. Also preceding her in death were three brothers, Elden, Arthur and Lonus Wise. Surviving are a daughter Marlene Baker (Roy) of South Bend; grandchildren, Angie Hoogeveen (Doug), Derrick Baker (Chantelle), Monica Baker, Matthew Baker; and great-grandchildren, MacKenzie and Morgan Hoogeveen, and Taylor, Derrick, Jr., Matthew and Ethen Baker.

Leola worked at the former Woolworths Store in South Bend and was a loving mother and grandmother. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday September 3, 2011 in the Saint Paul Memorial United Methodist Church 1001 W. Colfax with Pastor Tom Thews officiating. Burial will follow in Highland Cemetery. Friends may visit with the family Friday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Welsheimer Family Funeral Home 521 N. William St. Memorial contributions may be made to the Church or Southern Care Hospice, 310 W. McKinley Ave., Suite 340, Mishawaka, IN, 46545.

E-Mail condolences may be made at www.welsheimer.com

Charitable donations may be made in Leola's memory to the following organizations:

Saint Paul Memorial United Methodist Church
1001 W. Colfax, South Bend, IN, 46616

Southern Care Hospice
310 W. McKinley, Mishawaka, IN 46554

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Larry Gist
   Posted Fri September 02, 2011
My fondest memory is of her WONDERFUL rolls at our family gatherings. My deepest sympathies to the family for her loss.

Cheryl Nickerson
   Posted Sat September 03, 2011
I am so sorry in the loss of your Mom. She was a wonderful woman. Never in all the years of us getting together at your house when we were all growing up did I ever hear your Mom get angry with all of us kids. She always made the best cinnamon rolls and baked apples. Your Mom was always so sweet and kind to everyone. Always the first to jump in a help others in need. She set a wonderful example for all of us. Just an awesome woman and Mom! Marlene you are so much like her. You are all in my heart and prayers as you deal with the loss of your Mom, Grandmother and GreatGrandmother. Just always try to remember all the wonderful times you had with her.

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