Ramona Hild, 89, of Webster City died Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at Windsor Manor. Funeral sevices will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, January 5, 2018 at the Trinity Lutheran Church, with Rev. Mike Kroona officiating. Burial will follow at Cass Township Cemetery. Visitation will be at the Trinity Lutheran Church on Thursday, January 4, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Ramona Mae Moyer, daughter of Harry and Blanche (Blount) Moyer, was born on October 11, 1928 in Ottumwa. Ramona graduated from the Ottumwa High School. After graduation she was a dental assistant. On February 11, 1951 she was united in marriage to Bob Hild. Following Bob's discharge from the U.S. Army, the couple farmed in the Hedrick area for two years. In 1956, they moved to a farm east of Webster City. Ramona helped farm alongside her husband and was also a realtor for Abens Realty. She had resided at Windsor Manor for the last year.
Ramona is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Mark and Nancy Hild of Webster City, Tim and Iva Hild of Telluride, CO and grandchildren, Charlie (Monica), Lucas, Jessie, Tanner, Zak and MaKenzie Hild. She was known to them as "Ema".
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bob; her parents, and brother, Bob Moyer.
Ramona was an active member of the Trinity Lutheran Church for many years. She was a member of the Naomi Circle, PEO, Neighborhood Club, Hamilton County Saddle Club, Hamilton County Porkettes, card club, and a past board member of the Hamilton Hospital.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in memory of Ramona to Trinity Lutheran Church, Webster City or Mainstream Living Inc, 2012 E 13th Street, Ames, IA 50010.
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Tim, in my tribute to your Mom I neglected to mention you in my post. Please know you are also in our thoughts and prayers. Your Mom was a beautiful lady and we will miss her. I know she was very proud of all you've done. Blessing to you and your family.
Mark and Tim, I'm so glad I got to see your mom last time I was in town. We shared a bunch of memories, several I'd forgotten. I loved your mom and will miss stopping by Corner Acres to see her. Thinking of you and praying for you.
Mark, Nancy & family. We will miss our Aunt Ramona. I'll always cherish the memories of traveling from Pennsylvania to Iowa in the summer to see our Aunt Ramona, Uncle Bob, Mark & Tim. As a Yankee, it was so much fun to come to Iowa and help on the farm, although I'm not sure how much help I was. Ramona always made us feel so welcome and it was evident she loved her family. It's comforting to know she's in God's hands now and reunited with her beloved husband Bob and the rest of her Family. Rest In Peace Aunt Ramona. We love you. Doug & Ann Moyer
Mark, Nancy and family - what an incredible woman! I have witnessed your mom's faith in God and commitment to Trinity as I rarely ever attended church without seeing her. The last few years of course were rare since I no longer live there, but when home, she is always someone I would look for. I have an embarrassing personal memory I'll share with you in person some day, but it includes a memory of your mom and dad trying very hard not to laugh at me during a church service. Something I'll never forget! (My parents were laughing too). My thoughts and prayers are with you and your sons and Tim and his family. God Bless you all.
So sorry to hear of your moms passing. Her and your dad are in a lot my memories when I think of riding horses. Such a great lady. My prayers are with you Mark & your family.
Carol Draper Long
Ramona & Cy
What a great woman. I enjoyed working with her. She was such a sweetheart and just an all around joy to be around. Thoughts go out to the family during this difficult time with the loss a such a great human being. Fly high Ramona!
Our sympathy to Ramona's family. She was a sweetheart.
What a wonderful and sweet woman, and she will be missed by so many. So many fond memories of her intensely watching Tanner and the boys wrestle, always rooting for each as if they were her own. Our thoughts, prayers, and sympathy to you all.
Joe, Jacob, and Jaedyn Powers
Our sympathy to Ramona' s family. We can still see her "movements" when the boys wrestled. May these good memories help during this difficult time.
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