Margaret G. "Tudy" Ryan
December 5, 1917 - March 22, 2013
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Margaret G. Ryan, age 95, of Appleton, WI, died peacefully on March 22, 2013, with family at her bedside. She was born December 5, 1917 in Beach, North Dakota, into the family of Richard F. and Lillian (Brownfield) Gallagher. The family moved to Mandan, ND, where Tudy, her sisters and brother grew up. As a…

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Eileen Wiese left a message on May 2, 2013:
Dear Ryan family, I was saddened by Aunt Tudy's death and at the same time relieved that her suffering is done. She was a wonderful woman, aunt and companion. Our mother loved her and spoke of their long conversations right up to her own death. I had many occasions to visit with her; the last time on a trip with my sisters Susan and Mary and to her home. We had a great time with lots of laughing. Many blessings to your family during this time of grieving. Eileen Wiese4f
Berneice Mills-Thomas left a message on May 2, 2013:
Tim has spoken so lovingly of Tudy for years, so I feel like I know her as well. God Bless your family!!
Todd Keating left a message on May 2, 2013:
Tudy....I did not know you but I get a feel for who you are from knowing your daughter Kathy. She is a great neighbor with a strong faith and has what appears to be never ending energy for caring for others. So......I guess I know a bit about your through her. Peace Tudy - till we meet in the next world.
Jean Stark Bintzler left a message on May 2, 2013:
Tudy, You were such an inspiration to me. I enjoyed spending time with you, and hearing how you and Susan loved to hear me sing while I worked. I will never make an omelet again with out thinking of you two. I love you and will miss you. God Bless my friend.
Julie Pitsch left a message on May 2, 2013:
Dear Family, Tudy was an amazing woman. I first met her at Kilkenny where I worked. I spent time in Tudy's room where she always had something to say that made me laugh. I was the activity coordinator their and Tudy was always interested in joining in for the daily activities. I would always sing to her "Tudy Fruity"...and she would always respond by saying "Oh...be quiet". It was the way she said it that always made me smile. I spent 27 years working at an electronics place and so when I started at Kilkenny it opened up a whole new door for doing something new. Tudy is the one that encouraged me to start my own elderly companion service. I currently work with 4 wonderful clients that have really changed my life. Therefore, I can't tell you how happy I am that I was able to meet Tudy. Tudy will be missed but the angles in heaven are so happy to see her. I'm sure of this!!!!! Love always, Julie Pitsch
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Tom Long left a message on May 2, 2013:
Hi Tudy. It has been a great privilege to have known you for more than fifty years. And it has been a true pleasure to have been able to give uou some caregiving in recent years. God bless you, Tudy. Tom
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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