Virginia Eis Koelzer

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Nancy, so sorry for your loss. May God's love and wonderful memories provide comfort in the days ahead.

Michele (Cochran) Reese

Virginia Koelzer

Virginia was my cub scout leader ( Den 5 ). Jim was in my class and I was always at the Koelzer's in the early days. Virginia was always so nice to us and never complained of our noisy ways. She always had a strong laugh and really cared about people.

I remember the squirrel monkey and the ice crème machine in their basement. What a fun house it was. Thanks for the memories Virginia and family, Seneca was better for having the Koelzer's in it.

Such a sweet lady

My thoughts and Prayers go out to Rick, Nancy and Anita, Virginia was such a blessing to us all whom she encountered. I’m gonna miss her. Always enjoyed stopping in her room just for a visit with her.

A great lady

Miss seeing her accross the street. Was a great neighbor! Also enjoyed visiting with her at the lumberyard. Rest in peace virginia

Virginia

Mike, Nancy and family; I wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed visiting with Virgina each time we encountered her, She was always so cheerful and happy, a pleasure to be around. This has been a long 4 months. You were in constant prayer that God would make Virginia as comfortable as possible until he could bring her home. Now that she is with her Savior, may you find peace in knowing she loved you, you loved her and the years of memories will be yours until you see her again. She is forever healed and will be there to greet you when your Victory time comes. Meanwhile we are here for you, Virginia will be missed by so many yet it is time to celebrate her life on Earth. Love and Hugs to you all. Judy, Ed and Terry, Addison and Elizabeth

Virginia Koelzer

I have missed your Mother ever since she moved to Topeka. We always had a lot of fun in the Beauty Shop. I wanted to share a little something with all of you. Yesterday one of my customers,Millie Oenbring, told me how thankful she was for your Mother. When Millie lost her husband and she had just moved to Seneca, your Mom looked her up and started to invite her to go out to eat, etc.. Millie said that it helped her so much and they became good friends. Your Mom set a very good example....just wanted to share this...God Bless all of you!

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