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Wanda E. Redd

Wanda E. Redd, 82 of Streator passed away Friday morning (Apr. 11th) at Heritage Health, Streator
Following cremation, a visitation will be held Saturday from 9:30 – 11AM at the Winterrowd Funeral Home.  Services will be held at 11AM at the funeral home.  Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Wanda was born on November 11, 1931 in Ottawa to Richard and Leora (Williams) Hetherington.  She married Donald Redd Sr. on September 4, 1949 he passed away December 22, 1985.
Surviving are son Donald (Marge) Redd Jr. , daughters Dawn (Eldon) Jenkins, Diane (Bob) Sandy all of Streator, grandchildren Don (Rhonda) Redd of Tucson, AZ, Tim (Jamie) Redd of Streator, Christina (Curt) Bowman of Streator, Eldon (Kristine) Jenkins Jr. of Phoenix, AZ, Bobby (Lona Baumrucker) Sandy of Streator, Samantha Sandy of Streator, 7 great-grandchildren, sisters Janice K. (Dave) Polanic of Huntington Beach, CA, Darby Bachal of Schaumburg.
Wanda is preceded in death by her parents, husband.
She was formerly employed at Motorola, Top Save and McDonalds several years ago.
Wanda was of the catholic faith and active with the activities while at Heritage Health and she enjoyed singing and dancing.
Memorials may be made in Wanda’s name at Heritage Health in Streator.
Winterrowd Funeral Home
305 S. Park St
Streator, IL  61364
815-672-2703
www.winterrowdfh.com


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Don, and the rest of the family,
    I am so sorry to learn of your mom's passing.  I try to read the obituaries every day or two and somehow missed your mom's obit until now.  Having lost both of my parents, I know the empty feeling when we cannot be in the physical presence of our loved ones.   Many times, I have seen or heard something and have thought, "I have to tell mom or dad".   They will be forever in our memories, so remember the good times and not the bad.  If her faith was strong, as I gather it was, she is now in a place free of suffering and pain.  Now living in the Kansas City area, I regret not having been there to pay my respects to you in person.  In reading the obituary online in the paper I learned that Bob Sandy is your brother in law.  Bob is on Facebook with me.  I knew him from being a basketball official.   You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Larry Sebby Apr 26 2014 12:00 AM