Ethel Wilde
May 8, 1917 - November 19, 2009


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WILDE, ETHEL S., 92 of Sebring, FL died, Wednesday, Nov. 19th at Crowne Pointe. She was born in Holland, VT, a graduate of Bugbee Business College, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada and was a former Bookkeeper in Banking. She moved to Florida in 1943 and in 1959 she married Arthur who preceded her in death in 1985. Ethel moved to Sebring in 2000 from Sun City Center, FL. She is survived by Arthur's daughter, Evelyn (Donald) Mayerson; grandsons, Robert (Joan) Mayerson and Gary (Lilli) Mayerson and families; sister-in-law, Catherine Smith; nieces, Brenda (Buddy) Richards, Susan Smith, Juanita (Terry) Clifford and family; nephews, James (Linda) McDonald and family, and Harvey (Betsy) McDonald. The family will receive friends Sunday, 12:00 pm with service at 12:30 pm at Morris Funeral Chapel, 307 S. Commerce Ave., Sebring, for a time of sharing and celebration of the life of Ethel. Condolences may be expressed at Memorials may be made to Good Shepherd Hospice House, 4418 Sun N' Lake Blvd., Sebring, FL 33872. MORRIS FUNERAL CHAPEL, Sebring, FL.


Born: May 8, 1917
Place of Birth: Holland, VT
Death: November 19, 2009
Place of Death: Sebring, FL
Occupation: Bookkeeper

Survived By

Evelyn (Donald) Mayerson, Arthur's daughter
Catherine Smith, Sister-in-law
Brenda (Buddy) Richards, Niece
Susan Smith, Niece
Juanita (Terry) Clifford, Niece and family
James (Linda) McDonald, Nephew and family
Harvey (Betsy) McDonald, Nephew
Robert (Joan) Mayerson , Grandson and family
Gary (Lilli) Mayerson , Grandson and family

Preceded In Death By

Arthur Wilde, Husband
George A. Smith, Sr., Father
Ida Smith, Mother
George A. Smith, Jr., Brother
Edith McDonald, Sister


11/23/2009 - Susan Smith
Just a special thank-you to all who came and celebrated the life of Aunt Ethel with us. My Sister Brenda is very fortunate to have such supportive and giving friends, and it was wonderful to have the Mayerson family present to share the memories that will remain in all our hearts. I feel blessed to have been a part of such a deserving tribute to my Aunt. ...and most of all, thank-you Brenda for being the kind of person who took it upon herself to extend such kindnesses,compassion and Love throughout the years,always insuring that Aunt Ethel was cared for with the respect and dignity she certainly deserved. You're not just my Sister, you're truly one of my (s)heros!