In Memory

Uva Dell Lawler Wiemuth (Bradshaw Coyotes) - Class Of 1941

Uva Dell Lawler Wiemuth

June 13, 1924 - June 15, 2008

Uva Dell Lawler, daughter of Frank Edwin Lawler and Rosanna Lucinda 'Lula' Emmert and married to Robert William 'Bill' Wiemuth, Sr.

Uva Dell Wiemuth was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, daughter, sister, wife and friend. She passed away peacefully into God's hands Sunday, June 15, 2008.

Funeral: 3:30 p.m. Friday in Moore Funeral Home Chapel in Arlington. Graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Abilene. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Moore Funeral Home.

She was born June 13, 1924. She married the love of her life, Bill Wiemuth, on Aug. 1, 1942. "Madell," as her family lovingly called her, lived to take care of those she loved. She was always generous with her words of wisdom and her subtle humor. She loved to cook and would spend hours sorting through recipes, trying new dishes and loving every minute of joy she brought with those meals to others. She proudly lived her 84 years in the service of God and has left behind a legacy of strength, perseverance, courage, joy, peace, patience and a love of learning. Her family, although saddened by our loss, rejoices in knowing she is with our Father and in the precious company of those who went before her. May she always know how much she was loved and appreciated. Madell, we miss you, but are so glad you are Home. See you later!

She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Wiemuth, in 1963 and her parents, Frank E. and Lula Lawler. Her grandson Jeffrey Eastman also waits for her in heaven.

Survivors: Those blessed by her life are her son, Robert "Bob" Wiemuth Jr. and wife, Cheryl, of North Richland Hills; daughter, Barbara Dell Eastman and husband, Lee, of Arlington; and grandchildren, Bill Wiemuth III, Rebecca Wiemuth of Arlington and Deanna "Kitten" Eastman-Bellows and husband, Bryan, of Allen. She was very proud of her great-grandchildren - they are YaYa's babies - Alexandra and Tyler Bellows.

Published in the Star-Telegram on 6/19/2008.