Lulu Mae Wilken


The Funeral Service for Lulu Mae Wilken, age Meadow, was held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, October 13, 2012 at Bethel Free Lutheran Church in Faith. Pastor Wayne Olson officiated with burial in Chance Cemetery.

Visitation was held on Friday from 5:00 to the of the family and friends service at 7:00 pm at Bethel Free Lutheran Church in Faith.

She went home to be with Jesus early Wednesday morning, October 10, 2012 at the Oahe Haven where she had resided for nearly four years.

Missing her, but looking forward to seeing her again in heaven her husband, Donald, of 57 years of marriage, Gary (Lori) Wilken Meadow and Linda (Erling) Olsen of Dupree; eight grandchildren, Monica (Andy) Coyle, Odessa, Ukaraine, Lee (Jamie) Olsen, Dale, TX, Ann, Katie, Tricia, Susan, Lindsey and Josh Wilken Meadow; four great- grandchildren, Moriah, Isaiah, and Josiah Coyle, Odessa, Ukraine and Trace Olsen, Bluff Dale, TX. Also surviving are her sister-in-law, Margaret Lyon, Lemmon, SD, brothers-in-Sam (Joyce)Tidball, Ft. Pierre, SD, and brother-in-law, George (Janet) Wilken, Spearfish, SD.

She was preceeded in death by her parents, brother, N.F. “Lyon, and sister, Helen Tidball.

Memorials will be given to Sunshine Bible Academy and the Coyle Ministry.

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