Josephine N. Wilfeard, age 79 passed away peacefully on July 14, 2021. She fought the good fight for many years.
She is predeceased by her husband Richard Wilfeard, her parents Lawrence Annello and Sue Annello. She is predeceased by her son Brian Michael Ammer. She’s survived by her other 4 children, Daughters: Susan (Frank) Polimeni, Cindy (Lou/predeceased) Desfosses, Sons: Mark Ammer (William Hagadorn/predeceased), John Ammer. She is predeceased by her Brothers: Joseph (survived by Joan) Annello, Lawrence (Eileen/predeceased) Annello.
She is survived by many loving grandchildren and great grandchildren. ( We miss G-Ma!!!) Loved by many nieces and nephews and friends. (We miss Auntie and JoJo)
The Family will be holding a private get together. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity in memory of Josephine N. Wilfeard. (ISAIAH 26:19 WE LOOK FORWARD TO!!!)
Sue, Ernie and I were so sorry to hear about your mom. Losing anyone to death is never easy and losing a parent is devastating. Knowing where we are in the stream of time helps ease the pain a bit, I’m sure but the sadness is still there. Stick as close to Jehovah as you can and soon we’ll all be with those we’ve lost to this hateful enemy, Please know that you are in our prayers and forever in our hearts.
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Death is truly an enemy, and even though we understand why it happens and that we have a beautiful guarantee to see them again, it still hurts so much in the meantime. Let yourself grieve, but as you do, keep your eyes on the prize. Remember, Jehovah wants to bring them back EVEN MORE than we want them back! And he will. You are in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.
Love, Jim and Sue Catino
Cindy – I am so sorry for the loss of your mother my friend. My heart goes out to you and your family through this difficult time. My condolences to all. Love, Lia Bullock
Dear Sue, Our hearts ache for you. Please know our love and prayers are with you always. One day soon, we will all sing together: “Live without end at last.” Sending you our very sincere sympathy, Love David & Joan
Susan, Cindy, Mark & John & families,
I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Jo’s passing.
My heart goes out to you in your time of grief.
Lots of fond memories of Richard & Jo from camp & Florida.
They are reunited again and are free from the worries, pain & health woes of this world.
We’re sorry for your loss. I know she made my uncle very happy. She and your family gave him the love he truly craved. She was a very special woman.
Susan and family,
I’m so sorry for your loss. Aunt Jo was so special to me, even if we didn’t see each other very often any more she was always in my thoughts and prayers. I like to think of all the wonderful times we had together at camp, Old Forge, and Darien lake. We loved to do crossword puzzles “she was so much better than I was” together. And we both loved to read the sexier the better lol. I know now that she is with Uncle Richard and is so much happier and smiling her beautiful smile. Please give everyone my condolences. Love to you all.