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Memorial Funeral Home
12 Sixteenth Street SE Sioux Center IA 51250
Phone: 712-722-0791
Email: memorial@mtcnet.net
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Louis Wynia
Louis Wynia, 94, of Sioux Center, IA, died Saturday, December 13, 2014, at the Royale Meadows Care Center of Sioux Center.
 
A visitation will be held on Wednesday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at the Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A prayer service for family and friends will be held on Thursday at 10:00AM at the Bethel Christian Reformed Church of Sioux Center with Rev. John Lee, officiating. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens of Sioux Center.
 
A memorial service will be held on Thursday at 11:00AM at the Bethel Christian Reformed Church with Rev. Timothy Breen officiating.
 
The Wynia family prefers memorials to Sioux Center Christian School Building Project, c/o Sioux Center Christian School Foundation.
 
Louis S. Wynia was born November 17, 1920 to Sam and Minnie (Draayer) Wynia. He grew up on a farm west of Sioux Center and he attended country school through eighth grade.
 
Louis served in the United States Army from 1945 - 1947 in Europe helping with reconstruction following World War II. After his honorable discharge, Louis was joined in marriage to Hermina Franken on November 14, 1947. The couple was blessed with four sons. They farmed near Sioux Center until 2002 when they moved to the New Homestead in Sioux Center. Hermina passed away October 26, 2007. Louis moved to Crown Pointe Assisted Living in 2009 and to Royale Meadows Care Center in September 2014.
 
Louis loved the Lord and his calm demeanor gave testimony of his unwavering faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Farming was his profession as well as his passion. He also enjoyed Minneapolis Moline tractors, reading, and riding through the countryside.
 
Louis is survived by four sons, eleven grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren: Stan and Karen (Reitsma) Wynia of Maurice, IA and their children: Mike and Shawn (Wynia) Meyers of Sioux Center, IA, Tamara (Wynia) and Timothy Breen of Orange City, IA; Arlin Wynia of Amsterdam, MT and Cheryl Klompien of Belgrade, MT; and children: Michelle Wynia of Ontario, CA, Jennifer (Wynia) and David Alexander of Eastvale, CA, Kristopher and Natalie Wynia Belgrade, MT, Reuben and Valerie (Wynia) Sinnema of Steen, MN, Joshua and Erin (Mulder) Wynia of Sioux Center, IA; Louis, Jr and Julie (Zwart) Wynia of Steen, MN and their children: Jason and Shelly Wynia of Brooklyn Center, MN, Tim and Shannon Wynia of Sauk Rapids, MN, Mindi (Wynia) Jackes of LeMars, IA; Merle and Loretta (Veltkamp) Wynia of Rock Valley, IA and their son: Lucas of Rock Valley, IA as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
 
Louis was preceded in death by his wife, Hermina; a granddaughter, Kyla Joy Wynia, a grandson-in-law, Jason Jackes; one sister and brother-in-law, Edward and Wilmina Wielenga; and one brother, John Wynia; all of Hermina's siblings, Alfred and Henrietta Franken, Dick and Bertha Franken, Jim and Nell Franken, and Gerrit and Elizabeth Van Maanen.
 
 
Harv Nibbelink
Harv Nibbelink, 66, of Sioux Center, IA, died Monday, December 8, 2014, 2014, at his Sioux Center residence.
 
A visitation will be held on Wednesday from 4-8PM, with the family present from 5-7PM at the Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A prayer service for family and friends will be held on Thursday at 9:30AM at the New Life Reformed Church of Sioux Center. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens of Sioux Center.
 
A memorial service will be held on Thursday at 10:30AM at the New Life Reformed Church with Rev. Ray Tilstra officiating.
 
The Nibbelink family prefers memorials to American Cancer Society.
 
Harvey Gene Nibbelink was born January 14, 1948 to Gerrit and Henrietta (Boon) Nibbelink in Rock Valley, Iowa. Harv was raised in Rock Valley and attended Rock Valley Christian through the eighth grade. He married Judith Broek on October 16, 1968 in Sioux Center, Iowa. The couple lived in Sioux Center, where Harv worked for Link Manufacturing, drove truck and excavated.
 
Harv was a member of New Life Reformed Church. His hobbies included racing, fishing, working on puzzles and spending time with grandchildren, especially at Willow Bay Resort in Spicer, Minnesota for a week each July.
 
Harv is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Judy Nibbelink of Sioux Center; his two children and four grandchildren: Todd and Crystal (Hoppe) Nibbelink and their children: Zackery and Raina of Hull, Kim and Jamie Van Ravenswaay and their daughters: Kaitlyn and Shelby of Sioux Center; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Lowell and Glenda Bonnema of Steen, MN, Max and Carol Blaylock of Duncanville, TX; brother and sister-in-law, Dennis and Carla (Koopmans) of Sioux Center; mother-in-law, Berdie (Hulstein) Broek of Sioux Center and numerous nephews and nieces.
 
He was preceded in death by a grandson, Dylan Nibbelink; his parents, Gerrit and Henrietta and father-in-law, Cornie Broek.
 
 
Pamela Westover
Pamela Westover, 56, of Sioux Center, IA died Saturday, November 29, 2014, at Sioux Center Health.
 
A visitation with family present will be held on Wednesday from 9AM to 10AM at Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A memorial service will be held Wednesday Dec. 3, 2014 at 10AM at Memorial Funeral Home with Rev. Dan De Vries officiating.
 
Interment will be held at a later date in Eden Cemetery of Hudson, South Dakota.
 
Pamela Kay Westover was born on June 6, 1958 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Sioux City, Iowa. She was the daughter of Evelyn Marie Westover, who was living at a home for unwed mothers at the time of Pamela’s birth. In 1960, Evelyn married Donald Benjamin Hendrix. The couple, along with Pamela, lived for a short time in Canton, South Dakota before moving to Hawarden, Iowa.
 
Pamela began her education in the Hawarden School district and received extra assistance in the Special Education room. She would complete her education in Sioux Center, Iowa.
 
Pamela moved to Hull, Iowa and lived in a Hope Haven group home before moving into the Ridge Brooke apartments in Sioux Center.
 
Over the years, Pamela was able to work with Hope Haven at various businesses. She enjoyed spending time with others as they packed candy, cleaned at Dordt College and counted cans at Brommer Sanitation. Her most recent position was working for Service Master at a bank, where she loved vacuuming and keeping things neat.
 
Spending time with her family was one of her favorite things. She enjoyed many Christmas, Thanksgiving and birthdays with family, and loved to watch fireworks of the Fourth of July.
 
Pamela went on two trips in the last few years. One trip was to Orlando, Florida where she 0went to Walt Disney World. The second trip was to Memphis, Tennessee, where she was able to visit Elvis Pressley’s Home, Graceland. Pamela loved to watch Elvis’ movies and listen to his music.
 
Pamela loved the staff of Hope Haven and enjoyed the many friends she made over the years.
 
Pamela is survived by her sister and brother-in-law, Donna and Jim White of Rock Valley; five nieces and nephews: James (Christy) White of Rock Rapids, Robert (Stacia) White of Sheldon, Jeanna Bennett of Sioux Center, Rebecca Horton of Rock Valley, Barbara (Mathias) Thompson of Alcester, SD; aunt, Marcella Brandhagen of Hawarden; uncles, Merle (Judy) Westover and Davis Westover of Hawarden; great aunt, Mary Nelson of Canton, SD; cousins: Brenda Watkins of Hawarden, Rick Boyer of Hawarden, Alan Boyer of Cherokee, Phillip Boyer of Sioux Falls.
 
She is preceded in death by her parents.
 
 
Sylvia Vlieger
Sylvia Vlieger, 89, of Sioux Center, IA, died Thursday, November 20, 2014, at Royale Meadows Care Center in Sioux Center.
 
A visitation will be held on Sunday from 3-8PM, with the family present from 3-5PM at the Memorial Funeral Home of Sioux Center.
 
A family prayer service will be held on Monday at the First Reformed Church of Sioux Center. Interment will follow the prayer service in Memory Gardens of Sioux Center.
 
A memorial service will be held on Monday at 12:00PM at the First Reformed Church with Rev. Travis Else officiating.
 
The Vlieger family prefers memorials to Sioux Center Home Health & Hospice.
 
Sylvia Vlieger, age 89, died after a four month battle with cancer at Royale Meadows in Sioux Center Iowa, with her children at her side.
 
Sylvia was born on July 6, 1925 on the farm in O’Brien County, Iowa to George and Josie (Tamminga) Vander Tuig. On August 17, 1948 Sylvia married William Vlieger at the Sheldon Christian Reformed Church. Over the next 14 years, Bill and Sylvia welcomed their four children: Judy, Mary, Bill, and Jo Ann.
 
Sylvia worked as a nurses aide at the Sioux Center Community Hospital and as a volunteer for hospice, but her greatest joy in life were her four children, eight grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren.
 
After her husband’s death in 1975, Sylvia spent much of her time with her children and grandchildren. She also enjoyed playing cards and reading.
 
Her grandchildren: Ben, Katie, Stacy, Andy, Michael, Angie Lynn, Angie May, and Travis will remember their grandmother for her loving energy, Canasta skills, and her world famous potato salad.
 
Sylvia is survived by two daughters and sons-in-law: Judy and Ron Buseman of Sioux Falls, SD, JoAnn and Vern Wichers of Le Mars, IA; son-in-law, Steven DeYoung of Holland, MI; daughter-in-law, Patti Vlieger of Green Bay, WI; 8 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren; one sister, Jessie Koelewyn of Hanford, CA and three sisters-in-law: Faye Vander Tuig of Springfield, SD, Bonnie Vander Tuig of San Jose, CA and Ella Mae Vande Burgt of Hull.
 
She is preceded in death by her husband, Bill; her daughter, Mary DeYoung; son, Bill Vlieger; great-grandson; Ethan Thompson, three brothers and sisters-in-law: Mitchell and Sue Vander Tuig, Wilbur and Berendena Vander Tuig, Gerald and Esther Vander Tuig; two brothers: George and Kenneth Vander Tuig; four infant siblings and two brothers-in-law, Arie Scheeringa and Pete Koelewyn.
 
 

     
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