OBITUARY

Elma Wyland

September 14, 1921May 18, 2019

Elma Wyland, 97 of McKinney, passed away May 18, 2019. She was born in Buffalo, New York on September 14, 1921. Elma graduated from Public School 62 and received her high school diploma. She was married to Francis Wyland, December 31, 1950. Elma was a housewife and homemaker. She had a passion for her children. Elma is survived by her husband of 68 years, Francis Wyland; children; Sharon (husband Dennis), Daniel (wife Cindy), Joseph, and Paul. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Kristen Williams (Charles), Kathryn Bennett (Natalee), Erin Birdsong (John), Emily Armour (Hunter), Alex Wyland, Joshua Wyland (Ramona); great-grandchildren: Catlin Jarvis (Dylan), Charles “Chase” Williams (Maddie), Cori Williams, Sydney Birdsong, Meredith Bennett, Hadley Wyland, Tansey Wyland, Everett Wyland; great-great-grandchildren: Gavin Jarvis, Braylee Jarvis, Landon Jarvis, Levi Williams and Annalie Miller.

Memorial Services will be held 12:00pm Saturday, May 25, 2019, Sparkman Funeral Home Chapel, 1029 S Greenville Ave, Richardson, TX 75081.

  • FAMILY

  • husband of 68 years, Francis Wyland
    children:
    Sharon (husband Dennis)
    Daniel (wife Cindy)
    Joseph
    Paul

    grandchildren:
    Kristen Williams (Charles)
    Kathryn Bennett (Natalee)
    Erin Birdsong (John)
    Emily Armour (Hunter)
    Alex Wyland
    Joshua Wyland (Ramona)

    great-grandchildren:
    Catlin Jarvis (Dylan)
    Charles “Chase” Williams (Maddie)
    Cori Williams
    Sydney Birdsong
    Meredith Bennett
    Hadley Wyland
    Tansey Wyland
    Everett Wyland

    great-great-grandchildren:
    Gavin Jarvis
    Braylee Jarvis
    Landon Jarvis
    Levi Williams
    Annalie Miller

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, May 25, 2019

Memories

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Fred Schmidtke

May 22, 2019

Elma, you have gone before to prepare a place for those you love in our heavenly, eternal home. You have served well for those who have know you. Always willing to lend a hand to help those who needed you whenever the need arose. You entered into my life with RED many years ago and were an important part of who I am today. I know that our MASTER opened HIS heart and said: "WELCOME HOME MY CHILD, JOB WELL DONE."

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY