Mildred B. Huseman

March 7, 1915 - June 10, 2009
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Mildred B. Huseman “Aunt Sis” nee Geisen, age 94, of Cedar Lake, IN, passed away on Wednesday, June 10, 2009 at William J. Riley Memorial Residence in Munster, IN. She is survived by her sons, Kenneth A. Patricia Huseman of Cedar Lake, IN, Dale Betty Huseman of Cedar Lake, IN, and Dr. Richard M. SusanContinue Reading

Joyce and Grant Row left a message on June 15, 2009:
Dear Jeannine: It was our great pleasure and privilege to first meet your Mom when she celebrated her 90th Birthday at LSM in Naples. We also enjoyed meeting her again when we visited the Farm. She was a wonderful person. She truly was everything that a Mom should be. Her family was so fortunate to have her, and we were fortunate to have met her. Always in our hearts and prayers, Grant and Joyce
nancy jones left a message on June 14, 2009:
I had the Honor to meet you Mildred When I came to visit for Eric's and Debb's wedding ,Thanks for the Laughs You lived your life well Mildred My Prayers and thoughts to the whole Family ,God Bless All the way from Canada ,,,Nancy Jones
Cindy Chapman left a message on June 14, 2009:
Linda and family, we were so sorry to hear about your mother. You are all in our prayers. Hold on to each other for strength. We sincerely hope you can find peace. The Chapmans
Robert & Valarie Maus left a message on June 14, 2009:
Dear Alice, Our sympathies go out to you for the loss of your mother. Bob & I would like you to know that we are thinking of you and your family at this time. We hope that with this message that each day will become a little brighter for you and the family. We are sorry that we are not able to be in attendance. We will keep you and the family in our prayers. I would like to get together with you and Norene at a later date. Bob & Valarie Maus
Christopher Kuhnen left a message on June 14, 2009:
Alice..Paula and I are very sorry for your loss. We are sorry that we are unable to be with you for the visitation and service. Please know that you and Jerry are dear friends and are in our thoughts and prayers in the days and weeks and months ahead.
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Ed & Kimberly Valich left a message on June 14, 2009:
Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Mary Luise Geisen left a message on June 14, 2009:
In loving memory of Mildred Huseman Geisen Aunt Sis and Family, On behalf of myself and my family, Natasha, Tara, and my grandchildren, Matthew and Karina, we wish we could be there and spend this moment and give thanks for all of the good things that Mildred has done in my world. Now that she has passed on she is going to a better place and I am so happy the she is not suffering any more. I loved her so much and uncle Andy. I remember her making me that pink blouse for Christmas when I was so young. She made that. She was always making things by hand and was a beautiful, beautiful, giving person. She taught us how to sew, knit, bead work, quilt, ceramics, and cooking. We used to cook together and help pick strawberries and blueberries and Aunt Sis would make pies. We all shared the pies and cakes. She was famous for blueberry pie all over the world. She was a very giving person on the farm. We thank god that we had such a wonderful Aunt. I also remember spending time with the animals feeding the pigs. I also remember when Aunt Sis sent Donny and Jimmy to clean the pigs pens. I remember playing in the grain, the hay stacks, and with the tractors with all of the cousins. We had so much fun at the farm and if we weren't at the farm, we were at the lake swimming or boating with Uncle Norby. We enjoyed are days at the farm. I also remember when she came to California. She made barbie doll birthday cakes with my daughters and taught them to knit. We also played in the jacuzzi and watched the sun set and went to the Del Mar Fair horse races. I wanted my grandchildren to meet this wonderful woman and to visit the farm and meet Kenny, Dale, Janine, Rich and Sally. We hope to visit sometime in the future. I wish I could be there as this is probably one of the last times the family will all be together. I wish you all blessings, peace, and joy during this time as you remember this wonderful woman who makes this family such a great thing to be a part of. Palms 1:40 O my soul to your tranquility for the Lord has been good to you, for he has freed my soul from death, my eyes from tears, my feet from stumbling. I shall walk before the lord in the land of the living. Oh lord, fill up our emptiness and drive away the darkness of our sins so that we may attain the fulness of eternal life and the light of ever lasting glory. Amen. Love, Mary Luise Geisen and Family Natasha, Tara, Matthew, Karina
David & Amy Geisen left a message on June 13, 2009:
David and I send our condolences to the family. Aunt Sis will surely be missed.
George & Marilyn Geisen left a message on June 11, 2009:
Aunt Sis
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