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Condolences for Sylvia I. Wood

Dear Sylvia's Family, So sorry about your loss. I always saw your mom out walking and she would stop to say hi and talk and ask about the kids. She was our guardian angel. Our daughter inadvertently was sent home on a cold snowy day from school and we were at work. Sylvia took her in and fed her until the mix up was resolved. She was always introducing new neighbors to others, she was the glue of the neighborhood. We will miss seeing her walking around and of course all her homemade baked treats. We will always remember her. Our love and prayers, Tom and Janet Olson
From Janet Bonadurer-Olson (neighbor)

I will always remember Sylvia's deep love of God and her desire to be faithful in prayer for her friends and loved ones. She always had a smile on her face. Her joy was in Jesus. No matter whether you were part of her family or her friend, she loved and cared for you deeply. Sylvia will be greatly missed. This world needs alot more people who love and care and pray for their fellow human beings.
From Julie Thompson

Julie and I wanted to encourage all of the Wood family to take comfort in the Lord Jesus during this time. Remember, He promised that He would take His own to be in His presence in His Father's House for eternity. God bless you all along the way today.
From Steve and Julie Thompson

So sorry to hear about your mom. We always enjoyed running in to her, here and there. She always had a smile and was interested in what was going on in our lives. She will be missed.
From Bill & Whitney Cox

My prayers are with all of her family and friends. Sylvia was the sweetest, most caring person I have ever met. She was always in a good mood and she was so funny and cute. She is deeply missed.
From Tasha Geitz