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Sylvia Wasmundt, beloved wife and mother, passed away on Sept. 17, 2011. She was born Sylvia Rae Frederick on June 9, 1929. She is survived by her husband, Louis Wasmundt; son, Michael Wasmundt; daughter, Judith Dicker; son-in-law, Alex Bruce Dicker; brothers, Robert Frederick and Larry Joe Frederick; and sister, Mary Cummins.

The following, taken from the King James Version of the Bible, adequately described Sylvia: Proverbs 31:10-31. “Who can find a virtuous woman? …The heart of her husband doth safely trust in her … her children rise up and call her blessed…”

She was married 63 years to Rev. Louis W. Wasmundt, who pastored the Apostolic Bible Church in Sheboygan, WI for over 30 years. With her spouse, she committed herself to faithfully serve the congregation until their retirement. She will be greatly missed by her loved ones and friends on this earth, but she held steadfast to the promise of a better life to come. Those who loved her take great comfort in knowing she has indeed passed to that better life.

The family wishes to express sincere thanks to Dr. Matthews and his staff for their excellent care as well as the hospice services of St. Nicholas Hospital and the staff of Sharon Richardson Community Hospice for their kindness and wonderful accommodations.

At this time, a private burial will be held at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Union Grove, WI. Pastor Scott Stevens, of Abundant Life Church in Two Rivers, WI will be officiating. In the future (when her daughter and son-in-law, who work at the American Embassy in Moscow, Russia, are able to return stateside), a memorial service will be held at the Abundant Life Church in Two Rivers. The date and times of this service will be announced in the Sheboygan Press.

Suminski LIfeStory Funeral Home


Past Comments

Cheryl Fisher

I appreciate all that Sis. Wasmundt has done and been for me over the years. She was an example to me of a woman who walked close to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Her wisdom (as the pastor’s wife and a born-again christian) guided me to a closer walk with God. I could count on her to give me sound Godly advice. She encouraged me with the losses in my life to endure and to remain faithful to God. She gave me hope for the future through her dedication and testimony of Jesus Christ. She is very missed by me. A truly great lady. I love her and will see her again with Jesus in heaven.

Cheryl Fisher

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