Wilma Louise Sedore
May 22, 1930 - April 4, 2012
Obituary
Sedore, Wilma L. April 4, 2012 Age 81 of Livonia, formerly of Westland. Beloved wife of the late Robert. Loving mother of Leslie (Barbara) Sedore. Proud grandmother of Jason (Amy) Sedore and Aaron T. Sedore and great grandmother of Brooke and Savannah Sedore. Visitation Monday 12 Noon until the Monday 2 PM Funeral Service at Vermeulen Funeral Home 980 North Newburgh (between Ford Road and Cherry Hill) Westland, Michigan 48185. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association. To share a memory, please use the View and Send Condolences tab on this web page.
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Nancy Wallman

Les, Barb & Family, My prayers and deepest sympathy are with you all at this difficult time. Les, Your Mom was a wonderful women and I adored her. She was a wonderful mentor to me at ERIM God's Blessings today and always. Nancy

Jason Sedore

My grandmother was a wonderful caring person always there when i needed her most. She loved her family and was loved. She was a strong, independant person who taught me the value of life. She will be deeply missed. I love you grandma.

Garry loruss

Jason your grandma was a great and wonderful person. I remember growing up she was like another grandma to me. I wish you and you family my best.

Garry loruss

Jason your grandma was a great and wonderful person. I remember growing up she was like another grandma to me. I wish you and you family my best.

Jim Roberts & Family

We're very sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers in this tough time.

Susan Steele

Jason- My condolences to you and your family. The stories Amy used to tell me, she sounded like a wonderful lady. Susan

Mildred "Dennie" Denecke

A wonderful person! I have fond memories of her from Willow Run Days up through ERIM.

Kathy Natelborg

When I hired in to ERIM years ago, Wilma held the position of executive secretary for our president. She held that post with so much professionalism - no one got to the president without going through her first, yet she was gracious and respectful. She probably knew everyone in the company and will be missed. Farewell, Wilma! Kathy

Peggy

I'm sorry for your loss. Death is our common enemy as it affects all of us. I therefore want to encourage the family to take heart and be hopeful in the promise by Jehovah God, that he will wipe every tear and no more will be any death again. Death will be brought to nothing, Isaiah 25:8 and 1Corinthians 15:28. God by means of Jesus will call and all that died will hear his voice and come out. John 5:25. We have an opportunity to see our dead loved ones come back to life again and never to die. What a wonderful moment that will be!


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