June 11, 1925 – October 24, 2020
Hildegard McCoy, age 95, of Temple, Texas passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020 in Temple, Texas. Hildegard was born June 11, 1925 in Memmelsdorf, Germany to Silvester and Margareta Blumm. No services planned at this time.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.crawfordbowerstemple.com for the McCoy family.
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December 1, 2020
I will always love Ms Hilda and my life was forever changed after meeting her. May she forever rest beautifully with her golden heart!
November 9, 2020
Here is a link to a slide show of the life of Hilda!
November 5, 2020
Sylvester and Liz, my deepest sympathy and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. I know there are no words that can be said to relieve the depth of pain that a loss of a loving mother and grandmother can bring. May Hilde’s memories never fade in your thoughts, may her joyful spirit and beautiful smile always remain within your heart and may God always guide you with his never ending love. Please know that Hilde is now in a place of peace and comfort and may God wrap your family and you in his love and give you the strength to get through this as a family.
Hilde was loved by so many people and she will be missed by all of us that were blessed to have crossed paths with her. I will always remember the last time I got to see her, she wanted to show me some of her beautiful pieces from Germany and each piece had a wonderful & loving memory for her. I loved to hear all of her wonderful and delightful stories of her life, her eyes would sparkle with delight and love as she told them. She was such a loving person and from the first time I met her, she touched my heart and always made me feel good with a hug and a kiss.
I know that Chris will be so lost without you Hilde, he loved caring for you and he thought the world of you, his love for you had no end… his heart as well as many others is broken today,
I love you Hilde so much and will miss you but I know someday I will see you again.....Susan Perrin
November 5, 2020
My grandmother was the most selfless person I have ever met. She was always doing something for someone else. She has countless hours of community service includingthe VA, the VFW, the local nursing homes, the city of temple and many more. Also the countless random acts of kindness. She has made a huge impact on the city of temple.
She has created a legacy for her children and grandchildren. She taught us how to cook, garden, have people skills and how to just be a good person. I cherish all of the memories and am blessed to have such a wonderful teacher. Now my children are learning from her legacy. She will be dearly missed by all.
November 2, 2020
Hilde has always held a special place in my heart. She 'stole' me from my grandparents' backyard when I was little; it is one of my favorite stories. She gave me the most perfect blue sweater to wear to kindergarten nearly 30 years ago. Hilde always had a kindness that drew me to her. A few months after I had my daughter, I brought her over to meet my grandparents. Before we headed out, I told my dad that I wanted Hilde to meet my daughter. I will always remember her laugh, and look of pride and pure joy in those few minutes she held my baby. That was the last time I saw her, and it is a memory I will forever cherish.
I send my heartfelt condolences to all who knew Hilde. She will be greatly missed, but Hilde's memory will live on.