Eileen A. Cunningham
December 8, 1918 - June 5, 2010
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Mount Olive Lutheran Church
930 East Florida Avenue
Appleton, WI
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Appleton, WI
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Cunningham, Eileen A. (Seevers) Appleton Age 91, went to see her Lord and Savior on Saturday, June 5, 2010. She was born in Naper, NE on December 8, 1918, the daughter of the late Herman and Hilda (Rasch) Seevers. She was baptized and confirmed in the Christian faith and on July 14, 1943, she married…

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Renae Keep left a message on June 7, 2010:
Eileen, my father Ernie's mother, gave the best conceivable grandma hugs. I can still feel her warm, full-hearted embrace. I didn't know her very well, because we always lived so far away. I'm glad she was surrounded by so many wonderful, loving, kind and appreciative friends and family members. To you all, I extend a heartfelt embrace, in memory of Eileen.
Donna Lilly left a message on June 7, 2010:
God be with us until we meet again!! I asked Rebecca (my youngest sister) to ask Aunt Eileen to send me just a little glimpse of heaven and realized that she and all of our loved ones have already done that - I just have to open my eyes!!!!You have always been an inspiration to me of what hard work and dedication to family and LIFE were all about. Rest in joy and peace - love you. Donna Jean Seevers Lilly
John and Arlene Seevers left a message on June 7, 2010:
We extend our sympathy to your family as you commend your loved one into the hands of her Heavenly Father. God's peace be with you.
Joyce Cooper left a message on June 6, 2010:
Its been a long journey. She was a hard working woman with a soft heart and wonderful smile. Handy with a needle as well as a frying pan. We will miss you dearly.
Shelley Mack left a message on June 6, 2010:
It's hard to put into words how special my sweet aunt was to me. I will miss her beautiful smile, eskimo kisses, and her quick wit that made everyone laugh. She was the only 91 year old that I know of that could think fast enough to come back with a humorous response in a matter of seconds. She was a humble, beautiful, kind woman and it was a privilege to be a part of her life these past years. She was my inspiration that the Lord is truly gracious, even when your children are taken from you within your lifetime. God gave this earth such a wonderful woman and now heaven is blessed with her presence. May you now find peace, Aunt Eileen, and when one day I see you again, I WILL look forward to seeing you run (even though you told me you were never a very good runner). Until then... you will remain in my heart.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Kyle Cunningham left a message on June 6, 2010:
I have very fond memories of my Grandmother; I have memories of her working hard all day long on my summer trips up north to see her throughout the 1980’s, taking me to get ice cream in Cecil at her favorite ice cream parlor, going to the go kart track, and stopping at Shawano beach. I think one of my best memories is when we visited Uncle Dave in Suring, and I decided to jack Grandma’s car as high up as the jack would go. I did not know how to get it back down, and when we were ready to leave, Grandma walked out the door and gave me that look like good one kid! It was so nice to see that even in her last weeks, she never lost that funny, caring, loving nature that made Grandma who she was. I will cherish all my memories and would like to thank Shelly, Stephanie, and the people at Carolina Manor for all the love and time they gave over the years. I will always love you granny, give my dad a big hug for me!!!!! Love, Kyle Cunningham
Rebecca Seevers left a message on June 5, 2010:
Aunt Eileen gave me lessons in life, merely by watching her... a wonderful grace and humble nature was evident to all who knew her. My parents gave her to me as my godmother many years ago, and I am so blessed to have had her in my life. She has been an inspiration to many that knew her... She had a sharp wit and sense of humor, up until the end. If you'd ask how she was feeling, she would reply "With my fingers!" Then she would smile. I will miss that smile and the twinkle in her eyes, given to all who took the time to get to know her.
Cindy Polfer left a message on June 5, 2010:
Aunt Eileen was a very loving, dear aunt, one of my father Marvin's dear sisters. I am so happy she is now rejoicing in heaven! I have very fond memories of her that I will always cherish, especially being able to see, sing, and talk with her last weekend with my mom and and sisters. Aunt Eileen, I will see you again in heaven someday! Cindy Polfer (nee Seevers)
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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