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Mila Meyer

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Mila Mae Meyer, age 94, of New Hampton, IA, passed away on Monday, March 2, 2015 at Faith Lutheran Home in Osage, IA. Mila Mae Josephine was born on November 13, 1920 to John and Rose (TeKippe) Eschweiler in New Hampton. She attended St. Mary's Catholic School for eight years and graduated from New Hampton High School in 1938. She was a secretary for a short time for in Spencer, IA and was also employed at Chamberlain's in Waterloo during WWII. On January 16, 1945, Mila Mae was united in marriage to Thomas C. Meyer at St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Hampton. The couple spent their life farming south of New Hampton in partnership with Thomas' brother, Edward, until they retired in 1971. Mila Mae enjoyed playing the piano, crocheting, spending time with her senior friends at the senior center and calling Bingo. She also won awards in high school for her typing skills. Mila Mae is survived by her children, Thomas E. Meyer of Osage, IA and Mary Jo (Richard) Love of Colorado Springs, CO; her grandchildren; Sarah (Jason) Meyer-Reyerson of Shell Rock, IA, Thomas R. (Monica) Meyer of Kensett, IA, Carrie (Nick) Sparrow of Osage, IA, and Wanda Love of Dubuque, IA; her great-grandchildren, Grace, Ethan, Thomas J., Brandon, Collin, Jack, Ella, Christopher, and Harlan; her sister, Bernadette "Sissie" Unterberger of Shell Rock, IA; her brother, Larry Eschweiler and family friend, John Lyons both of Vancouver, WA and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Thomas C. Meyer in 1977; her daughter-in-law, Catherine Meyer; twin great-grandsons, Jerome and Richard; her siblings, Robert, John and Leonard and Geraldine in infancy; and brother-in-law, Edward Meyer.

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  1. Extending our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mothergrandmother. You all are in our prayers. David Sharron Petznick

  2. Heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow. Extending our deepest sympathy. Lynn and Sharon Schaub

  3. My sympathy to Mila Maes family. She was a one of a kind person. May she rest in peace as she joins her loved ones at the Heavenly Banquet. Mary Wegner

  4. Tom and Mary Jo and families, Sorry to read of moms passing. Will always remember my visits to the farm with her and your dad. What a special person she was. May those special memories continue to uphold you. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  5. Tom and Mary Jo, So sorry to read of her passing. What a nice lady she was. For Brenda and me, our thoughts and prayers to you, and the entire family. Bob Rausch

  6. We share your loss of this very special ladyso many wonderful memories of the Steiger-Meyer family times together. We were blessed to have known her and are sad to say good bye. With much love, Steve, Mary and Alyssa

  7. Our deepest sympathy to all of Mila Maes family. She was a very nice lady to work with and visit with. When she came in the bank we had good visits. May she rest in peace. Jack and Betty Gorman

  8. Tom, Mary Jo and families your mother was a very special lady, she always seemed to be smiling and always had a kind word for us kids at St. Marys. My deepest sympathy. Barb (Riley) Kotz

  9. Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. This is one of the most difficult things we must face in our life. May it comfort you to know that others are deeply touched by your loss. God assures us at Psalms 3418 that he is near to those broken in heart and those crushed in spirit he saves. Jesus also promises that we will be able to see our loved ones again. Jesus own words found at John 528,29 tells us there will be a resurrection. What a wonderful hope! God says that soon on the earth there will be no more pain, suffering and especially death at Revelation 213-5 We anxiously await the day when we will no longer lose those we love. May these bible thoughts bring you comfort at this most difficult time.


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