Viola Bertram Plamp Wieczorek

Dates

January 28, 1916 - October 1, 2009

Obituary

 

 

Viola Bertram Plamp Wieczorek was born January 28, 1916, in Douglas County, to Wilhelm and Minnie (Batterman) Bertram. She grew up and attended school in Douglas County. On December 18, 1935, she married Milford Plamp, at the Flensburg Lutheran Church, rural Dimock. They moved to Iowa, then returned to South Dakota and lived at Bijou Hills, Oacoma, Hillside and then they moved west of Mitchell.   Milford preceded her in death in 1948.  In 1957 Viola moved into Mitchell. She was employed at Herbie’s Diner, Courts Café, Lueken’s Bakery, Colvin’s Nursing Home and the Mitchell Junior High School.  On July 11, 1975 she married Leonard Wieczorek at the Zion Lutheran Church in Mitchell. In 1975, they moved to Sioux Falls. He preceded her in death in 1996. She returned to Mitchell in 1999. She had been a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Mitchell, the First Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls and the First Lutheran Church in Mitchell.

She is survived by three children: Darlene Paulson and husband, Jim of Mitchell, Delmar Plamp and wife, Diann of Mitchell, Marilyn Hohn and husband, Terry of Rock Falls, IL; three step-children: Wayne Wieczorek and wife, Dorothy of Sioux Falls, Ken Wieczorek and wife, Evie of Sioux Falls, Beverly Libra and husband, Dean of Canton; one sister, Wilma Titze of Mitchell; eighteen grandchildren, forty-three great-grandchildren, fourteen great-great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.   She was preceded in death by her husbands, one brother, Ernest Bertram, four sisters: Dorothy Storm, Minnie Lau, Marie Neugebauer, and Amanda Bertram, one step-son, LeRon Wieczorek, one granddaughter, Kim and one great-granddaughter, Jonalyn.

 


Visitation(s)

Date
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
First Lutheran Church
411 North Duff Street
Mitchell, South Dakota

Service

Date
Monday, October 5, 2009
Time
10:30 AM
Location
First Lutheran Church
411 North Duff Street
Mitchell, South Dakota

Cemetery

Graceland Cemetery
Mitchell, South Dakota


entry posted by Judy Backlund Gohl on 10-05-2009
To the Plamp "kids": I was sorry to read about your mom. My mom was saying not too long ago how good the cakes were that your mom always brought to the Titze birthday parties and that another piece would sure taste good! Remember all of those good times/memories of your mom and she will live in your hearts forever.
entry posted by Virginia Dykstra Toft. on 10-03-2009
Darlene, Our deepest sympathy to you, your family and relatives. I'm so glad that Jim checked the internet today and pulled up the Mitchell paper. Your mom and my mom (Ella) had so many good times together and the daily phone calls. I got to visit with her also and enjoyed the time spent with her. I know you have many fond memories. You all are in my prayers at this sad time.
entry posted by Connie Heisinger-Somerville on 10-01-2009
To all the relatives, Viola was a very special person and my prayers are with you all and Wilma
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