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Anna Wyld

Anna Wyld, age 87, of Huron, died Friday, May 18, 2007 at the Huron Nursing Home. Her funeral service was 2 PM Monday, May 21st at the Hutterthal Mennonite Church, rural Carpenter, with the Rev. Matthew Stacey officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to Norm Nelson, Compassion Radio - PO Box 2770, Orange, CA 92859.

Anna Hofer was born August 19, 1919, at Hitchcock, South Dakota to John J.K. and Sarah (Tschetter) Hofer. She grew up in the Hitchcock area and attended rural schools. Anna graduated from the Sunnyside Bible School in Freeman. Her faith was very important to her and she read the Bible and prayed three times each day. On January 11, 1949, she married Edwin Wyld at Des Moines, Iowa. After they were married they did missionary work, living in Des Moines, where Anna also worked in the hospital. They moved to Morrison, Illinois where Anna worked at the Mt. Carmel Orphanage and then they moved to Chicago where she worked at the Chicago Mission. They returned to the Cavour and Huron area and she entered the Huron Nursing Home in February 2007.

She was baptized upon confession of faith and was active in the churches where she lived.

Anna is survived by her husband, Edwin Wyld, of Huron; five sisters, Alma J. Hofer of Huron, Kathryn (Harry) Becker of Huron, Dorothy Wipf of Huron, Edna (Solomon)Tschetter of Huron and Beverly (Gary) Frankenstein of Huron; and five brothers, Joe (Glenna) Hofer of Denver, Colorado, Mel (Marilyn) Hofer of Huron, Herb (DeeAnn) Hofer of Huron, Allen (Ella Mae) Hofer of Sioux Falls and Eldon E. (Alie) Hofer of Hitchcock; two sisters-in-law, Josephine Hofer of Huron and Dorothy Walters of Warsaw, IN; one brother-in-law, Jake Hofer of Hitchcock; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Rose, her brothers John and Leon, and two brothers-in-law, Ben Fast and Elmer Wipf.