OBITUARY

Elizabeth S. Villmer

August 1, 1924March 6, 2014

Elizabeth S. Villmer, 89, better known as Jimmie to her friends and family was born Aug. 1, 1924 in Norfolk, VA. Lived in Tampa, FL for 52 years before moving to Tallahassee. Former member of Christ The King Church. Was a member of Ladies Guild, Catholic Women's Club, Owls and was a greeter at Christ The King & volunteered at Jesuit high school. Proceeded in death by her husband Raymond, son Michael and only grandchild, Amanda Villmer. Survived by beloved daughter-in law Nancy. Services to be held at Good Shepard Catholic Church, Friday, March 14, 2014 at 9:00 am.

Services

  • Mass Of Christian Burial Friday, March 14, 2014
REMEMBERING

Elizabeth S. Villmer

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Judith Jakuboski

March 25, 2014

I LOVE YOU Aunt Jimmie and am blessed that you came into my life. I will miss our many phone calls and the laughter and proving everyone wrong about everything. You were an incredible soul that I was privy to have and hold and call, "My Jimmie"
May you rest in peace; if not, come visit me and we'll have a nice long chat. Forever ~ Judy

Liliam & Gilmar Collazo & Rodriguez

March 11, 2014

Jimmie you will always be remembered and will never be forgotten. Jimmie was the niciest, sweetest and understanding person, I have ever met. As the time went by, we found out how much we had in common. Gilmar the puppies and I loved her like our own family. She's now with her family and feeling free of all that this world brought her way. We all love you for eternity.

Dorothy Vaughn

March 10, 2014

May you rest in peace my dear friend.

March 10, 2014

My dear sweet Jimmie, I will miss you so much. You were a special lady and I will be forever grateful that you came into my life. There are many treasured memories for me to hold onto. Our love of chocolate, The Winds, and a good donut! I love you dearly.

Beth Vaughn

Nancy Villmer

March 9, 2014

Dear Jimmie, I can never, ever thank you enough for all you have done for Mike, Amanda & I over the years. Your heart knew no bounds & your love for all of us was endless. I will miss you so much. But now its time for you to rest & be with the rest of our family. Love you always.

FROM THE FAMILY