[Northkeep] Passing of Susan O'Neil's Mom
catmafia03 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 03:06:54 PST 2011
Thank you so much for sharing this Cicily, I've had a hard time
remembering everywhere I need to pass information on to. My mother
loved the SCA and enjoyed hearing of all of our adventures in it. She
came to several local activities when staying with us and managed to
make it to a Rundel event, which she loved. It was so funny lacing
mom up into Kit's green dress and then hunting a scarf for her, as I
was struggling with my 70 something mother having that much cleavage.
So many of my dear friends in the SCA got to be good friends with my
mother also. Michael sat with mom after one of her surgeries and when
she was hallucinating in recovery she had this incredible adventure
through the hospital with someone out to get her and Michael was her
hero protecting her.
Kitty is home for the funeral and I'm sure that both girls would love
to have some of their SCA Family there for support, as would I.
On 11/10/11, Shirley Hackworth <slhack at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I thought Northkeepers might want to know about Susan O'Neil's mom. Susan
> hasn't been able to be very active lately, but many of you know her well.
> Wilma Elaine Watkins Bussey, 82, passed away in Tahlequah, Oklahoma
> November, 7, 2011. She has been a Cherokee County resident for almost 50
> years, originally coming from the Dawn and Braymer, Missouri area and
> spending her last years at Cherokee County Nursing Home. She lived in the
> Ryder Mountain, Hulbert, Shady Grove, Welling, and Tahlequah communities.
> Services will be held Saturday November, 12, 2011 at 11am
> <x-apple-data-detectors://0> at the National Cemetery in Ft Gibson.
> Wilma loved flowers, but instead of flowers please make a donation to your
> local food bank in her honor; to continue her commitment to the needs of the
> Cards can be sent to her daughter Susan O'Neal at 1620 W Broadway,
> Collinsville, Ok 74021; she will share these with her siblings Lisa, Allen,
> and Kyle.
> Wilma was a hard person to describe in few words; she lived her faith in all
> that she did, was a true friend, a patriotic citizen, and a person who
> fought for the rights of all.
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