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Edith L.

See, Miss Edith L.
Of Trinity Village Friendship Village, passed away Fri. Oct. 3, 2008, age 91 yrs. Preceded in death by her parents, Herbert J. and LouiseWarren See; brother HerbertRachel See; sisters Ethel Herbert Porter, MildredRussell Peckham, and RuthDean Harrison; nephew Howard Peckham, and nieces Beverly Harrison and Mildred Perry. Survived by nieces KathrynRonald Zimm and MarilynTim Blackman; nephews WarrenDarlene Peckham, RonaldBethel Peckham, MilfredMarge Peckham, JimMarian See, LaVerneMarge Harrison, DavidPatricia Harrison, and CharlesPatricia Porter. Also survived by many great- and grand-nieces and nephews; and a throng of good friends.

A memorial service will be held Mon. Oct. 6 at 1:30PM at Trinity Village Chapel7300 W. Dean Rd.. Private interment Hustler Cemetery.

Edith was born in Chicago, Il and grew up in rural New Lisbon, WI. She graduated from New Lisbon High School, Juneau County Normal, Milwaukee State Teachers College and the University of Wisc.-Milwaukee. Edith taught six years at Pleasant Knoll School in the Town of Cedarberg, WI and thirty-eight years in elementary school in South Milwaukee, WI. She moved to Friendship Village in Milwaukee, WI in 1989, and spent winters in Mesa, AZ since 1982. Suggested memorials to Friendship Village Life Care or the charity of your choice.

Richard B. Lee Associate
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Past Comments

Frank Dahl

As a student of Miss See over 50 years ago, I can still see her and feel her gentle hand on my shoulder.
There was no doubt in my mind she cared about me. If we had teachers like her today, we’d be better for it. I am forever grateful to her. Because of her, I am better man.
God bless “Miss See”………

Marian and Jim See

We have many happy memories of holidays spent with us when Edith was in Mesa. We also cherish the many times we were able to visit with Edith in Milw. She was such a kind, thoughtful person, an example of a true Christian. We will miss her dearly, yet look forward to meeting again in Heaven

Mike and Cheryl Zimm

Aunt Edith was the kindest person with the most gentle soul. We will miss her a great deal but we know that she is in a better place and we will see her again.

Judith Stowe

To a kind and loving friend of so many. You will be forever missed.

Patricia A. Rosenthal

I am a former student of Miss See from Pleasant Knoll School. Patricia Melby. I am sorry to hear of her death. She was a great teacher.
I am now 76 yrs, and will remember her and her sister Edith as being the great beginning for me and my brother Robert. To the family I wish them quick healing and always remember how much she was loved.

Kathryn Zimm

My dear Aunt, we spent many days traveling and talking. We’ll miss those days but I know she is in a better place and visiting with my dad and her sisters again.

Michele See

Mandy Spradley

I am the girlfriend of Aunt Edith’s nephew – Tim Warnimont. I remember the first time I met Aunt Edith…she had a beautiful smile that was full of warmth and kindness. The world was a better place with her here, but on the same note, I look forward to seeing her again some day. My prayers are with her family and loved ones. God Bless You Aunt Edith.

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