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Ginny and siblings, How fondly I remember your mom from the long ago days at the old Mt. "A"! She was one of the best things about that place. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you say good by for a while to her. Dave and Marianne Wharff
Marianne Wharff
10/25/2013 10:34 AM
 
My thoughts and prayers and with all of the family. I know that she will greatly missed.
Sister Ida Green
10/25/2013 11:14 AM
 
Your mom has been part of my life since the day I entered the convent. She was full-of- fun and had a great love for life and for everyone. I cherish those Sunday novitiate days we spent at Mount Alverno. It was wonderful to visit her this past summer as she still was making items for others and updating me on every family member. Please know you have my prayers; it won't be the same without her to visit when I get to Clinton.
Marilyn Huegerich )SF
10/25/2013 3:28 PM
 
My memory of your Mom is best expressed in one short word: JOY! This gift--JOY!, is a rich part of the inheritance she passed on to all of you and for many in the gift of music. My sympathy and prayers, sJudy
Judy McKenna OSF
10/25/2013 3:48 PM
 
I am so sorry! Know that I am with all of you in mind, heart and prayers. All of you have been such a gift to me these past seven weeks. You have witnessed such fidelity, love, joy, care and gentleness along with patient endurance. My faith has been greatly strengthened. I feel like one of the family. God bless each one of you with comfort, consolation and peace. I will miss your mom and YOU too. Fr. Ruppenkamp and I have been offering Mass daily for her and you, May the Lord give you PEACE!
Sr.Jeanne d'Arc Untz
10/25/2013 4:49 PM
 
THE FAMILY OF MARYLORRAINE MUSSMANN would like to express their deepest gratitude for the excellent care of Mom while at the Alverno Health Care Facility- -the nursing staff on third floor, therapists and the activity departments. For the laundry and housekeeping staffs and Sandy. For Sister Bertha who spent every afternoon visiting and praying with and for Mom. For the dietary staff who was so obliging to us at this sensitive time. For dear Father Ruppencamp, Sisters Jeanne d'Arc and Cathy, Joanne Snodgrass who tended so lovingly to Mom on her spiritual journey. To Genesis who assisted Mom in her last days. A thank you also to Michelle Paulsen who took such care making Mom, Grandma so 'elegant'. To Brian and Pape Funeral Home with the final arrangements both for the visitation and Mass of the Resurrection. To Fathers Corey and Ken for their celebration of the Mass, Denise and Connie for assisting with the music. A special thank-you to all the individuals who planned, donated and served the luncheon at St. Boniface Hall. For all those whom we may have forgotten to mention, know we are grateful for everyone who enjoyed Mom, who visited and shared with her, who received or bought her knitted or crocheted items her heart and hands so lovingly and joyfully made. WE THANK YOU Ginny and Ed Wisor, Sharon Mussmann, Fred and Jackie Mussmann, Susan and Greg Renier, Greg Mussmann
Marylorraine's Family
10/29/2013 3:48 PM
 
Love you Grandma!
Diane
10/30/2013 11:44 PM
 
I fondly remember visiting my Aunt Lorraine while growing up in Clinton, and though the miles have separated us for years, she will always be in my heart. Our sincerest condolences to her family. John and Becky Sciortino
Becky and John Sciortino
10/31/2013 8:08 PM
 

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