Dolores Pauline Wessels

Born in Monmouth, IL on March 24, 1934

Departed on April 27, 2011 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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Dolores Pauline Wessels, age 77 of Hendersonville, passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at her home surrounded by her loving husband and children. Mrs. Wessels was very active in her church community as a Eucharistic Minister and a member of Sister Maria's Wednesday Group. She was preceded in death by her son, David Wessels; grandson, Joey Wessels; and brother, Eugene Hennenfent. She is survived by her husband, Charles R. Wessels; sons, Dick, Daniel and John Wessels; daughters, Pamela Greene, Melissa Wessels and Susan Ryerson; sister, Clarita Pauley; and her grandchildren, Anthony, Ben, Abby, Laura, Garrett Walker, Oliver, William, Charlie and Saddie. Her family will receive friends from 4-8 PM on Friday, April 29 at Hendersonville Funeral Home with a prayer service at 7 PM. A funeral mass will be conducted at 2:30 PM, Saturday, April 30 at Our Lady of the Lake Church. Interment will follow in Hendersonville Memory Gardens. Memorial contributions should be made to the St. Jude Children's Hospital. Arrangements entrusted to Hendersonville Memory Gardens and Funeral Home, 615 824-3855. "A Life Celebration Home"

3 Comments to Dolores Pauline Wessels

  1. Janette and John Murray and family
    April 30, 2011 12:00 am

    Dear Dick and family,

    Dolores and I have shared many memories. We skipped out of the last kindergarten round-up and went for coffee and tea and sent Susie and Molly on without us. Too many good memories but I will always cherish my friendship with her. She was a very proud MOM and loved her family very much.

    Love,

    Janette Murray

  2. Lecy Campbell
    April 30, 2011 12:00 am

    The Wessels family is in my thoughts and prayers. With much love, Lecy

  3. Jerry Bisinger
    May 3, 2011 12:00 am

    My thoughts and prayers go to all of the Wessels’ family. I have a lot of great memories of some great times in the Wessels’ home. She treated me like one of her own and always made me feel welcome..in which I will never forget. Biz