Wilma Janet Wyatt
  • 82 years old
  • Date of birth: Sep 14, 1931
  • Date of passing: Mar 13, 2014
Let the memory of Wilma be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Wilma Wyatt, 82, born on September 14, 1931 and passed away on March 13, 2014. We will remember her forever.

There will be a Celebration of Life Service on Saturday, April 5th at 12am in Sedro Woolley at her Brother Dan's place. It was one of her favorite places.

6414 Fruitdale Road
Sedro Woolley

South I-5 take exit 232 Cook Road, turn left onto Cook Road, at traffic circle take 1st exit and stay on Cook. Turn left on State Route 20E, at traffic circle continue straight onto W. Moore Street. Turn left onto Hwy 9 Township Street, go approximately 1-1/2 miles, turn right onto Kalloch Road, turn left onto Fruitdale Road, 6414 is on left side 

North I-5 same directions except take a right turn onto Cook Road     


PLEASE NOTE: You won't be able to turn onto Fruitdale from Hwy 20 as there is a wash out.  

SERVICE IS OUTSIDE UNDER TENTED AREA SO PLEASE DRESS WARMLY.  If you have trouble finding it call 206-850-5060, thank you.

In lieu of flowers please donate to Wise Buys or if you would like to contribute to having a bench placed in Boulevard Park in Wilma's honor please contact Jan at 206-898-2057 or email jpbergman@msn.com               

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Megan Strong on 13th March 2015

"Dear Jan, Wendy, Judy and Willie,

I'll be thinking of you all today.  It's hard to believe an entire year has passed.  Please know you are in my thoughts.

With Love, Megan"

This tribute was added by Kathy Dahlby on 14th September 2014

"Jan, I will always remember how nice your Mother was to me during the holidays and made sure I received my share of her special fruitcakes.
With love,
Your friend Kathy"

This tribute was added by Kathy Dahlby on 14th September 2014

"Jan, I will always remember how nice your Mother was to me during the holidays and made sure I received my share of her special fruitcakes.
With love,
Your friend Kathy"

This tribute was added by Megan Strong on 11th April 2014

"Dear Jan, Wendy, Judy and Willie,

Aunt Wilma's service last Saturday at Uncle Dan's was so perfect in her memory.  Thank you for arranging it.  We will all miss Aunt Wilma.

With Love,

Megan"

This tribute was added by Carolyn Mendenhall on 2nd April 2014

"As a gardener I chose a flower for Wilma.  I have fond memories of talking with her as she went about maintaining the grounds at Orchard Terrace, occasionally giving me gardening advice, and an the  extra plant or cutting.  I also had  several wonderful, gracious afternoons sharing tea and cookies with Wilma and my mother in law, Lucille Mendenhall who lived at Orchard Terrace for many years."

This tribute was added by Ellen Murphy on 2nd April 2014

"Dear Wilma,
I miss my next door neighbor who tossed her newspaper to my porch every single morning for years, left me loving notes for various reasons, (and often to be sure I knew where she was going and when she'd be back so I wouldn't worry), and explained all the shrubs and flowers to me. When my picture showed up on the front page after I was arrested at an anti-war vigil, I thought, "Oh, no, what will Wilma think"? But she left me a note "Your friends will stand behind you. Love, Wilma."  Well, Wilma, I love you too. Godspeed, dear lady."

This tribute was added by Cindy Strong on 24th March 2014

"Aunt Wilma was a beautiful woman inside and out.  Next to my mom, she baked the best pies ever!  Jan, Wendy, Judy, and Willie -- we are so sorry for your loss."

This tribute was added by Kim Radder on 24th March 2014

"The Roeder Quilters were privileged to know Wilma for many years. What a great smile she gave us! We quilted together, laughed together, solved all the world's problems, and enjoyed one another's weekly company. She'd share cherries after a trip to Eastern Washington and baked us pies and cookies. (A favorite was her blueberry pie after she'd hiked near Mt. Baker. What a brave woman she was to go on those hikes!) She loved volunteering at Wise Buys and left our meetings early so she'd not be late. Our group was once over a dozen in number. Now there are only five of us left. Her energy was unstoppable. She was a good friend. We will all miss her. On behalf of the Roeder Quilters (who don't use computers much!), please accept our sincere sympathy,

Kim Radder for Faye Myers, Esther Schemstad, Lois Byrd, and Teresa Gelder."

This tribute was added by Cathherine Runnals on 17th March 2014

"Jan, my sincere sympathy are with you and your family.  May the memories you shared with your Mom comfort you in this most difficult time.  Your friends share your grief.  RIP Wilma."


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Jan Bergman

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