Wilma  Meyer


Wilma J. Meyer, of Brookville, was born on December 19, 1932, in Franklin County, the daughter of Kenneth and Ada Templeton Beesley. She graduated from Brookville High School in 1951 and later married Howard Meyer on November 22, 1952, at St. Michael Church. Wilma was a bank teller at FCN for 40 years and was also an assistant trust officer. She attended Old Franklin United Methodist Church, enjoyed traveling, her cats, horses, and going to the river boats. On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, at the age of 85, Wilma passed away at Shawneespring of Harrison after a brief illness.

Those surviving who will cherish Wilma's memory include her daughter, Connie (Jerry) Arlinghaus of Fort Mitchell, KY, and son, Gregory (Cindy) Meyer of Batesville; grandchildren, Andrea (Adam) Holliday of St. Louis, MO, Maria (Joe) Robertson of Ft. Mitchell, KY, Christopher (Mindy) Meyer of Phoenix, AZ and Garrett Meyer of Phoenix, AZ; great-grandchildren, Thomas, Matthew, Ada, and Ella Holliday and Emery, Anna, and Max Robertson. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband on December 10, 1994.

Friends may visit with the family on Friday, April 27, 2018, from 10 a.m. until time of service at 1 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Burial will follow in Old Franklin Church Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be directed to the University of Cincinnati for "Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors for Hemorrhagic Stroke" c/o UC Health - Attn: Sarah Hoffmann, 260 Stetson, Suite 2300, Cincinnati, OH 45267, or to Old Franklin Church Cemetery. To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home and its staff are honored to serve the family of Wilma Meyer.
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