Let the memory of Gertrude be with us forever
  • 52 years old
  • Born on September 13, 1928 .
  • Passed away on August 1, 1981 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gertrude Wilson 52 years old , born on September 13, 1928 and passed away on August 1, 1981. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Christina Schneider on 1st August 2016
Aunt Gertie, you'll forever be in my prayers. I have so many fantastic memories of you and treasure all the stories my mom shared about her big sister. I get a tear-filled smile when I think of the two of you getting into mischief in heaven.
Posted by Joan Phifer on 1st August 2016
"My Gertie"..you were a nurse in the maternity ward when I delivered my first child, scared, in pain and screaming my head off...you would walk by my room, look in and smile...and say YOUR NOT READY YET...there are plenty more stories but those are memories, miss you
Posted by Sherry Black on 10th May 2015
I miss you and my Mom so much you were always there for me after Mom died even when no one else in the family wanted anything to do with me I will always love you for that your were the best aunt and Godmother anyone could ask for
Posted by Maggy Miller on 9th May 2015
Another Mothers Day without you, no day has ever been the same love you MOM , until we meet again.....
Posted by Joan Phifer on 13th September 2014
Gertie, you are thought of often and are truly missed
Posted by Joan Phifer on 1st August 2014
Gertie, you are truly missed, I miss your smile and remember so many things like me yelling your name down the hall when I was in labor and you were the nurse who had other patients but I wanted you to stay there with me and you thought that so was funny. I enjoyed staying with you to babysit when you lived in Seat Pleasant and Morning Side. I will never forget "the monkey" I also remember and appreciate all of the wonderful food you made for me when I got married. I loved your potato salad and Steve loved your stuffed cabbage rolls. You were such a good cook. Love and Miss You

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