I'm very sorry about the loss of your loved one. Remember the Bible's promise at Revelation 21: 3, 4. May Jehovah comfort you during this difficult time.
Agnes grew to be so dear to my heart the short time I had the pleasure of knowing her. The love she had for her family, especially Beth and her great grandchildren was so inspiring. My prayers are with you all. We here on earth are left to mourn the passing of such a beautiful woman, but she is in heaven, smiling at Jesus and all of the ones that left before her!
I am saddened to learn of Aunt Aggie's passing. I just spoke to her on March 4th. Although she wasn't suppose to speak much, she seemed eager to help answer questions on Kasper family history. My deepest condolences to Aunt Aggie's family.
Aggie was the absolute best! She made every day better ju s t because she was there!!! She was a friend to everyone and an enemy to none. Rest in peace sweet Aggie. You will never be forgotten
Deepest condolences to the family of such a wonderful,and memorable woman.
I am so sorry for your loss and keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
From the Northern WI Kasper family.
With love, Joseph A Kasper's baby ,
Marilyn R. Kasper
I will miss Mrs Zivic dearly....She was my Bluebird leader and Phillis and I were in school together Love and hugs to the family
My heart felt condolences to "Aggie's" family. Aside from the fact that she was a WONDERFUL woman she was very much integrated into my childhood memories. A day at the Tip Top was no day at all without "Aggie." Her toughness was always overshadowed by her sense of humor and the care she showed everyone. I could always look to "Aggie" when things got a little tough and she seemingly always had the right answer.
As we get older the memories of our past seem to be slowly chipped away at. The memories that I stored about "Aggie" make today a very special one for me. I hope to see you on the other side "Aggie." You were what small town America was all about!
My Deepest Sympathy To The Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Agnes' death. She was a great comfort to me when my sister Patty died. Patty and Phyllis were best friends in high school.
We met Aggie 8 years ago, through St. Mary's.
She was a Christian woman; always wearing a smile and engaging in a warm welcome.
We were amazed at all the ways in which she volunteered for the Church. We thank you, Aggie, for your service to our beautiful Church and Community.
We are very sad that we cannot attend your services on Friday or Saturday. We are out of state, but we have been dilligently praying for your soul, and peace for your family.
Your work is done, Aggie, here on earth.
Now you can go be that Angel with the beautiful smile!
With our love,
Mary Ann and Jim Lorenzen
Our deepest sympathy to Aggie's family. Many memories from the Tip Top days. She was one unforgettable lady.
May God's loving arms surround Aggies loved ones and friends.