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Wilma Wassmuth

February 4, 1942 ~ June 6, 2022 (age 80)

Obituary

CLARKSTON:Wilma E. Wassmuth, age 80, passed away at Tri-State Memorial Hospital on June 6, 2022 with her family by her side. She was born to the late Philip and Clara (Schaff) Arnzen on February 4, 1942 in Cottonwood, Idaho and was the eldest of eleven children. Wilma graduated from Greencreek High School in 1960. She married Edward A. Wassmuth on September 23, 1961 and they lived together in Greencreek for 59 years before relocating to Lewiston.

Wilma is survived by her loving husband Ed and their children: Scott, Darryl, his wife Lori, and Jody. As well as their four grandchildren: Kevin, Kyle, Sara, and Ashley. Also surviving Wilma is her sister Linda and her brothers Chuck, Greg, Ron, Roger, and Joe. Preceding her in death were grandparents Frank and Mary (Nuxoll) Arnzen, Nick and Elizabeth (Gress) Schaff, parents Philip and Clara (Schaff) Arnzen, and brothers Gary, Miles, Guy, and Mike.

Wilma was a passionate gardener, constantly tending to her beautiful flowers. She also enjoyed camping, fishing, crocheting, puzzles, and playing cards and board games with her family and friends. While living in Greencreek, she was also an active member of the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church and Altar Society. Wilma was a genuine caregiver who always put the needs of others before her own. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend, who will forever be in our hearts.

A service at the St. Anthony’s cemetery will be held at a later date.

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