Dolores Louise Oman

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Dolores Louise
Oman

Oman, Dolores Louise
(nee Sigler) Passed away peacefully on March 21, 2014 at the age of 95. Loving wife of Roman for 73 years. The loving mother of Mary Ann Bidwell, Diane Oman OSF, and Kathleen (Michael) Woehrer. Grandmother of William E., Michele, James II, Jason, Scott (Yvonne), Christopher (Janice), and Rebecca (Troy). Also survived by 8 great-grandchildren, 3 great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, from 1 PM – 2 PM, at St. Francis of Assisi Convent Chapel (3221 S. Lake Dr.). Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 2 PM. Interment Southern WI Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

Special thanks to the nursing staff at St. Camillus and Howard Village for their kind and loving care. In lieu of flowers, donations to Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi are appreciated.

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Past Comments

Chris Woehrer

Grandma will defintely be missed. Scott, Becky and I were blessed to have her in our lives as we were growing up. And I was lucky to have been able to spend time with her in the last few years. Grandma and Grandpa, as long as I can remember have always been the perfect example of what it means to be a servent of God. and that when the time comes, she will be welcomed into heaven with opened arms. We love, and will miss you Grandma.
Chris

Scott Woehrer

I remember very special times with Grandma, especially when I was a little boy and she would take walks with me to The Treasury and buy me Hardy Boys books that meant a lot to me. She would also ask me a series of questions every year and document my answers, like what was my favorite color? What was my favorite food? And she would show me my answers from the years before, all written in her hand on those small stationary pages. I always loved that attention, and seeing how I’d changed through the years. Later I was amazed who she would not let anyone fuss over her, or even open a door for her. I will always remember her smile. I know I will always remember her voice on the phone, when in later years, she would always send her love to me and my family. I will miss you, Grandma. Scott Woehrer

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