Mary E. Siddall
January 1, 1917 - January 1, 2011
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St. Bernard Catholic Church
1617 West Pine Street
Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 739-0331 | Map
Saturday 1/15, 9:00 am - 10:30 am
St. Bernard Catholic Church
1617 West Pine Street
Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 739-0331 | Map
Saturday 1/15, 10:30 am
St. Mary Cemetery Appleton
2121 W Prospect Ave.
Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 734-3259 | Map
Tuesday 1/11
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map

Mary “Nana” Siddall was escorted to Heaven by angels on January 9, 2011, amidst her family in Columbia Falls, Montana. She will be dearly missed by her eleven children, twenty-five grandchildren, and and nine great-grandchildren and their families. Her children are Liz Wicklund, Paul (Patti), Molly Holecek (Mike), all of Montana; Jim, Martha Rodenberger (Brent)…

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Mary Dana (Lynch) Tanner left a message on January 16, 2011:
My father, Aunt Mary's brother, dictated a message in a card to Mary - which didn't reach Mary.It saddens me and left me feeling guilty for not being able to get this message to her. I'm grateful for this venue to share his message with the family. The cards message was,"Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal." - Thomas More. On the inside, dad dictated this message to Mary from his heart: Dearest Mary, When I think back over the years, especially our younger years, I remember all the joy and fun we had growing up and loving each other. Sharon Hill has always had a special place in my heart, not only for you, but for the whole family. That's where we spent our childhood years together and share so very many lovely memories. You and I, being close in age, I always felt closest to you than my other siblings, and maybe that's because you're such a sweet gal. I love you now and always. Your brother, Nat
Don Stranathan left a message on January 14, 2011:
Paul and Patti and the Siddall Family, I am sorry to hear about the lost of your mother. I will keep your family in my prayers and thoughts. I remember many a night growing up and spending the night at your house and the great breakfasts your mom prepared in the morning.
Vincent Freiburger left a message on January 14, 2011:
Just heard of Mary's passing and my heart sunk. Like my Mom and so many others I grew up around, Mary is about the last of that generation of "The Greatest Mom's". I'll never forget that despite having eleven (energetic) kids around, there was always a warm welcome in their home (Toad Hall), for even more, and I was one of those lucky kids. What wonderful memories. To all the Siddalls, Annette and I send along our sincerest condolences. Vince Freiburger
Beth (Coenen) Strohbusch left a message on January 13, 2011:
Siddall family - my thoughts are with you at this time. I was so fond of your mom - such a gentle soul. I am thankful for fond memories of times shared with her, with your dad and with several of you. Your parents had a special relationship with my folks - how nice... May you have comfort in the days ahead and peace in all of life's journeys. -- Beth
Joyce Koneman left a message on January 13, 2011:
Dear Maggie and Family, Extending sympathy to you at this sad time. May knowing others care help to bring you comfort. Sincerely, Joyce (Gillick)& Darv Koneman
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Ken and Vi Peterson left a message on January 13, 2011:
Sorry to hear of your Mother's death Mike. Please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Susie (Lynch) Gutman left a message on January 12, 2011:
Mary, my dad’s sister, was a lady, the woman I most wanted to resemble. When we lived in the Midwest, we spent time at their home or camping in Door County & later,at Hoffman Estates, Winneconne and Crabtree Court. It was always the best of times. I remember that Mary loved art, and plied her hand to it,but family was her truest vocation. I never heard her raise her voice, saying a lot for the mother of a large family! My dad tells us how Jim and Mary met. The friends were in the Navy. Jim needed a date to a military dance. “Doncha have a sis-turr?” “I’ll call her.” Mary reluctantly agreed to take the train for the blind date. Afterwards, Jim clicked his heels and proclaimed,“I’m in love!” So many images flood my mind of a beautiful & spiritual woman. She remains the woman I want to be. Happy memories, Susie
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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