Mildred "Millie" I Werth
March 11, 1932 – June 1, 2019
Werth, Mildred “Millie”, 87, passed away on June 1, 2019.
Millie was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who enjoyed reading and crocheting.
She is preceded in death by her husband, John “Owen” Werth; son, Damian Werth; infant children, Terry and Ann Werth; and great grandchild, Shae Pavlick.
Millie is survived by sons, John (Shirley), Anthony (Kelly), Duane (Kristi) and Gary Werth; daughters, Lisa (Kyle) Johnston, Rosalee M. Werth, and D. Denise (Roger) Pirtle; 19 grandchildren, Nathan (Eileen) Werth, Joshua Werth, Jennifer (Andrew) Dodge, Jacob (Stephanie) Werth, Zachary (Amy) Werth, Sheena (Jesse) Sobba, Mariah Johnston, Rebecca (Garrett) Werth, Eric Werth, Joey Werth, Chris Pirtle, Nicole Paulson, Aaron (Whitney) Pirtle,, Megan Edsell, Patrick Werth, Kaitlin Werth, Brendan Hallacy, Shannon Hallacy, and Sean Hallacy; 29 great-grandchildren, Rowen, Carson, Caleb, Anna, Jadyn, Tatum Werth, Alex, Ethan, Emmett, Gabriella Dodge, Emma, Noah, Bentley, Liam Werth, Austin, Wyatt, Avery Sobba, Kinsley Berghoefer, William Konrade, Payton, Aiden Werth, Keenan Pirtle, Aimee, Ben, Eli Paulson, Raylan, Weston Pirtle, Tyson Witt, Arianna Edsell and one on the way.
Rosary will be held 6:00 pm Thursday June 6, 2019 at DeVorss Flanagan-Hunt Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial is 10:00 am Friday June 7, 2019 at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
- Rosary Service Thursday, June 6, 2019
- Mass of Christian Burial Friday, June 7, 2019
Mildred "Millie" I Werth
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June 6, 2019
I worked with Millie at Liberty Mutual Insurance years ago. I don't remember how she met Owen but he was a good friend of my husband, George so we definitely had a common bond. Hadn't seen her for years after Owen died. I remember when she joined the Church. I thought of her every time I went past the home on Douglas when we would go to St. Joseph Church generally for a funeral. I am sorry I never stopped by to see her. She was a sweet lady. Our sympathies to her children and family.
June 5, 2019
My mother-in-law was a quiet, soft spoken, simple woman. She loved her family & especially all the little ones! She loved to read & crochet. She was the one instrumental in teaching me the love of crocheting as well. All the kids, grand kids & great grand kids have many of her special creations. When I first joined the family, we would love to go to garage sales together. She would also bake alot. When you asked for her recipes, she gladly gave them, but don't count on them turning out the same...she usually didn't follow them, & I did. Her famous "jelly cookies" are a good example of that! Millie's last days were spent in hospice with many of us surrounding her with love & hopes that she just would get better. She actually did have two days where she came back to us and rallied briefly. So much to be said....she was special to me, and I will miss her tremendously! May you feel all our love for eternity and rest in peace. I love you! Shirley