Teresa M. Wiskur – 77

Mt. Morris, IL, Teresa M. Wiskur, age 77, died Monday February 4, 2013 in Pinecrest Manor Nursing Home, Mt. Morris, IL. Teresa was born October 15, 1935 in Aurora, IL the daughter of Henry & Pauline (Pitz) Nauert. Teresa graduated from Madonna High School Class of 1954. She married Robert “Bob” Wiskur on September 1, 1956 in Aurora, IL. She worked in the Bindery Department at Kable Printing Company. She was a member of the Mt. Morris Moose Lodge #1551 where she was a member of The Ladies of The Moose, Chapter 485. She was member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Oregon, IL. Teresa Loved her time with her Family and especially her Grandchildren.
Teresa is survived by her Daughter: Kim (Scott) Gray, Polo, IL. Grandchildren: Hunter and Cassidy Gray, Polo, IL. Brother: Paul (Jane) Nauert, Newark, IL. 4 Sisters: Jo Ann (Richard) Edmeier, Hinkley, IL; Mary Ellen (Mike) Dunbar, Aurora, IL; Dolores (William) VanDuzor, Jefferson, WI; Jane (Lee) Hemberger, Kenesaw, NB.
She is preceded in death by her Parents, Husband Robert “ Bob”, Son; William “ Bill” Wiskur, 2 Brothers: John and Kenneth “Ken”.
Funeral services will be Friday February 8, 2013 at 11:00 A.M. in Finch Funeral Home, 405 East Hitt, Mt. Morris, IL with Father Joseph Nail. Burial will be in Plainview Cemetery, Mt. Morris, IL. Visitation will be Thursday February 7, 2013 from 5:00 P.M. Till 7: 00 P.M., with a Ladies of The Moose service at 6:45 P.M. in Finch Funeral Home.
Memorials to established.

6 thoughts on “Teresa M. Wiskur – 77

  1. I am very sorry to hear about your mom. it has been a huge pleasure getting to know Teresa and hear about hunter and Cassie. she loved her family so much anf always proud when talking..

  2. Your Mom is now in a better place. All of the precious memories will continue. All of the laughs, all of the smiles and some of the scolding will be with you. Terry was a breath of fresh air while receiving communion at Pinecrest those Sunday mornings. Thank you, Lord, for sharing her with us.

  3. We have lost a very dear friend. Much love and many hugs go to you at this difficult time. Remember all the good times and know that she is with Bob and Bill

  4. Kim, I was so sorry to hear about your mom. I am glad I had the chance to see her again a few months ago. It had been quite a few years since I had seen her. She can rest peacefully now.

  5. Kim,
    We are all very sorry to hear about your mom. My brothers and I remember going to your house when we were just kids. Our parents always had a good time. I’m sure your mom and dad and my mom are having some good laughs now. It is always hard to lose a parent but know that they are at peace.

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