Inge M Whitlock
September 28, 1930 – December 28, 2019
Ingeborg (Inge) M. Whitlock, 89, of Duncanville, TX passed away peacefully on December 28, 2019. She had been a resident of Duncanville since 1968. She as preceded in death by her husband Ben Whitlock, her parents, one sister, her half-brother and half sister. She is survived by her daughter Susan Laubach (Whitlock) and son-in-law Charles Laubach, her grandson Michael Laubach, her granddaughter Melanie Ridlehoover and great grandchildren, Tillian Angle and Lillia & Luna Ridlehoover.
Born in Fronberg Germany in 1930, she survived WWII and in 1948 met her future husband, Ben, while he was serving in the US Army and stationed in Germany. He came back to the States in 1952 and brought her over here in 1953 where they married.
Inge loved to clean and work in her flower gardens and did so until she was physically unable. She loved hand work like crochet and sewing. An avid reader, she has a big selection of German novels, and loved to work German crosswords.
- Visitation Thursday, January 2, 2020
- Graveside Service Friday, January 3, 2020
Inge M Whitlock
January 5, 2020
My heartfelt sympathy.
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
Doris (daugter from Olga Eckert geb. Mois)
January 3, 2020
Inga was a faithful Christian attending services with enthusiasm and earnestness. She expressed her faith verbally and willingly, always with her hugs and bright smile. I will always remember her friendship and support for the mission of the church and it’s fellowship. A dear and precious believer, she lived out her faith in Christ. She will be missed but now rests in her eternal home in heaven. So sorry unable to attend because of personal illness.
Pastor Leroy Fenton
Klaus & Anne Mois
January 2, 2020
Yesterday my mother Franziska (Inge's sister-in-law) asked me to wish her all the best for the New Year via the Internet. My mother is now in the nursing home and is no longer able to send the annual Christmas letter to Texas. Unfortunately, I then came across the sad news that my aunt had recently passed away.
We are very sorry and we are with you in our thoughts and wish you much strength in this difficult time.
Franziska, Klaus & Anne Mois, Wenzenbach, Germany