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O. B. Davis Funeral Homes

4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, NY

OBITUARY

Wilma J. Bayer

February 5, 1940July 13, 2019
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Wilma J. Bayer was born on February 5, 1940 and passed away on July 13, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, July 18, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, July 19, 2019

Memories

Wilma J. Bayer

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Christian Escobar

July 25, 2019

Dear Wilma thank you and your husband for always receiving us like your family and not just workers, we will always have you and your family in our hearts like your family. We know that you are in a better place now, but you will always be in our hearts.

The Escobar family

Aimee and Jonathan Baron

July 25, 2019

Jonathan grew up visiting with Wilma and Richie with his parents and always cherished the time they spent together. When Aimee married him, she too loved the visits and looked forward to the many Passover vacations where the kids Leah, Doniel, Yael, Avital and Netanel got to enjoy her too! They always were so thoughtful and brought the kids some kind of treat for them to eat. We will miss Wilma dearly.

Elizabeth Alcima

July 25, 2019

I will remember you each day that I live. You were such a good person with so much to give.
Such a privilege to have known you. You were a client a friend, and a second Mother to me.😢
I will keep with me the good times that we shared. I want you to know just how much I really cared. I have you in my heart no matter how far. To the heavens above. I wish I could fly. Only to give you a warm GOOD BYE.
I still can’t believe you gone. It’s really heart breaking.
R I P. Wilma Bayer
I’m sending my deepest Condolences to Richard Bayer, Karen Bayer And all the Family.
May God Be With You All.

Irene Romnios

July 25, 2019

Although I did not see Aunt Jean as often as I would have liked to through the years, I always enjoyed our time together.

Uncle Richie, Aunt Jean & Karen would drive over to Naples to visit and I loved seeing them when they did. We all talked, shared memories and laughed, always having a good time. I’m grateful to have made those happy memories and will never forget them.

May you forever rest peacefully Aunt Jean, knowing you left your mark on all the lives you touched.

Love, Irene Rose


Karen Bayer

July 24, 2019

My mom, my everything, my best friend, my world. Thank you for loving me unconditionally. Daughters hold their mothers hand just for a while, but their hearts forever. You may not be hear now, but your heart will always be with me. I could not have asked for any other mother than the one I had.Heartwarming, generous, giving, caring and supportive. You are my love, my life and my happiness. You were always there for me for the bad things I did and the good things during my ups and downs. You are my strength during my weakness. You gave me strength to fight for my own health even though yours was ailing and the wisdom never to give up. You always shared my tears of sorrow and of joy. I will miss our talks on the phone every night but no doubt I will still talk to you at 8:30 every evening as I hold your picture and know you are at rest and peace now. I don't know what life will ever be like with out you. I truly never knew what the words " I miss you" would mean until I reached for your hand again and it was no longer there. The memory of you Mom shall never pass away as well the loving bond we had for each other. All I can hope for now is that you are no longer suffering at peace and with Barry now. I have to stay strong now for Daddy as you were his only strength then. Until I lay by your side again know i will always love you. Love you forever your daughter Karen.

Laura Reynosa

July 24, 2019

My condolences go out to the Bayer family, I have worked for Ms.Wilma and Mr.Richard for almost eight years. I will never forget, every time I went to her home she always sat down with me and made us lunch. We would talk about many things, and she was so sweet just a beautiful, strong woman. They have been so good to me and my family, and we are deeply sadden for her lost. We will keep Mr.Richard and his family in our prayers.

Reuben Baron

July 24, 2019

I enjoyed growing up close to my cousin Wilma and have enjoyed spending time with her and Richie whenever we are in Florida. Wilma was a truly unique person. She was one of the few people that I ever ever met who was truly benign. I never encounter any hostility from Wilma. She was sensitive without being superficial. Wilma had an aura of kindness and caring about her. She looked for what was good about people and brought out the best in each person. Wilma was also very smart, always grasping the subtleties of situations and providing sound advice. I have known very few people who were as generous as Wilma and Richie have been to their family and friends. It has been a privilege for me and later my wife, Joan, to have known her.

Nicole Chan

July 24, 2019

My Grandma was the most loving, caring, spunky, vivacious and beautiful person. I always enjoyed our long phone calls and looked forward to catching up with her. I have so many great memories with Grandma, too many to list. I always loved going to Lion Country Safari with her. No matter how old I got it was always a good time to enjoy all of the animals together. I looked forward to being invited to come to Florida and spend a week with my grandparents. Grandma was so happy when I would come to visit and loved taking me to shows at the club house, to the pool, Disney and out to dinner. No amount of words can express how much I will miss my Grandma. I am so happy about all of the good times we had together and the memories that will last forever. Love you always

Julius Capozzoli

July 24, 2019

Having dinner and sharing stories of our loved ones. Playing cards telling jokes feeling warm welcomed and loved. Always a hug and a kiss when we said hello and goodbye

Michelle Bayer

July 23, 2019

Growing up, I remember always going to my grandparents house on Rodney Street. We would work on crafts together, she would love to crack jokes. After my grandparents moved to Florida, our relationship never changed.
My family and I would always go to visit. I was a handful when I was a kid, but besides my parents, Grandma sure knew how to keep me in check. No matter what, through the good times or the bad times, she was always there for me. She always knew what to say and gave me great advice. Grandma would ask "who do I have to whack?" when I would tell her I was fine until she pried it out of me. Grandma gave me words of wisdom, and I loved every moment spent with her. We used to go swimming, walking in the neighborhood and even just food shopping. She knew how to make everything fun. No matter how old I got, before we went to bed she would brace her hands around the top of my head and face and softly pull me close to her and give me a huge kiss and my forehead and say "I love you, I love you, I love you" . She would always remind me that I'm a beautiful, smart young girl, even as an adult she would still remind me of that. She told me she was so proud of me for being the first nurse in the family and encouraged me to keep on going in my career. The compassion and love she has for her family is endless. Rest easy Grandma. It isn't goodbye it is see you later.

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