Thelma Makinster

Born in Grundy Center, IA
Born on Apr 22, 1919
Departed on Dec 24, 2012

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Frank my thoughts and prayers are being said for all.

Frank and Susie,\\\\r\\\\nSo sorry to read of your mother's passing. No time is a good time to lose a loved one, but the holidays are especially touching. Hopefully your good memories will ease your sorrow. \\\\r\\\\nBev Hannon INSERT INTO guestbook VALUES (writer for Women's Edition)

I was saddened to hear about the loss of your mother. As a young person, I always enjoyed visiting with your family when I stayed with my grandparents, Oscar and Evelyn Possehl. Your mother was a very special person. I will keep her and all of you in my prayers.

Thelma, I only knew you for a short time but I feel fortunate that I had the opportunity to meet you, my mother-in-law. It was always such a pleasure talking with you on the telephone and I was looking forward to the time when I would meet you in person. I did not get that opportunity but I still felt a special connection to you. I love you very much. May your journey be peaceful.

Hope that the following might help you all in your time of grief. God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be,so he put His arms around you and whispered "Come to me".With tearful eyes we watched you,as you slowly slipped away,and though we loved you dearly we couldn't make you stay. Your golden heart stopped beating,your tired hands put to rest.God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best.This has helped me many times and I hope that it,in some way will help all of you.

Cindy@family So sorry to read of your Mothers passing.I think of her often as I make her beafbarle]y soup that she told me how to make,often.Thinking of you Debbie

Frank & Susie,
Sorry to hear of your Moms pssing at such a family time.

Cindy and family,
I will miss your mom also. She was always so pleasant to talk with and a good neighbor.
Shirley Shanahan

I am so sorry to hear that Thelma has passed. No more pain as the Lord has called her home to be with him. I will think of her as the she always had a smile. I met her at the Salvation Army as I took time to set with the ladies during their "sewing" time. The things I will miss are long but of course, now that I think about it, the horn on her walker I gave her, after my father's 70th bday.... She loved it... Love you Thelma...

Dear Gerrie & The Makinster Family, sorry to see the loss of your beloved mother. May she rest in Peace. Our thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Gerri,so sorry to hear of your lose.Please extend my condolences to the rest of the family.