I am saddened to lose my dear friend, Flo. I was a young teen in Yorkton when Jim and Flo arrived to pastor the church. She was a wonderful influence in my life then and had continued throughout the years with a last conversation on my birthday less than a month ago. How precious is that! She was so real and her faith so pragmatic....,a great stalwart!! I thank our Heavenly Father for the visits, conversations and influence of this wonderful woman in my life.
I was glad to see Flo at her brother Don Wilson's memorial service last winter. I have happy memories of Jim and Flo when they lived in Pangman for a year while they took a break from their pastoral ministry. Our condolences to the family.
I would miss Flo when I return home next. She was always quick to greet me with that warm caring smile and asked with a twinkle in her eyes 'Kori tell me how are you? Are you safe and comfortable? Know I am praying for you" Flo was a gentle soul. Condolences to her and my dear family. In times like these we need the Saviour's grace and peace although we know she is safe in the arms of our Lord I know you would all miss her dearly.
We spent many years workig together at Springside Youth and Family Camp with Jim and Flo.in the 1965-1967 summers. We cleaned the dining room from top to bottom and washed all the dishes so that everything was as spotless as possible for camp. We had a lot of good times together. Later when they pastored the Veteran Full Gospel Church and Camp, my home Church (Ellen) we saw each other often. They also moved to Pangman for a time while we were Pastoring there. We always enjoyed their friendship over the years, and tried to stay in touch with Flo after Jim passed away. She was always interested in our family. She will be greatly missed. Our love and prayers to the family, Robert (Bob) and Ellen Smith
So sorry to hear this news. Flow was such a positive influence on everyone she met and such a wonderful support for her husband Jim as they pastored the various churches they led. Our thoughts and prayers are with Eunice and Bob. She will be missed a lot. From Wade and Marian Liknes.
We attended Living Faith Chapel in North Battleford when Jim and Flo were pastors there. They were both very caring, personable people. Over the years I have kept in touch with Flo through Christmas letters and in the later years, she changed to phoning me after she had recieved our Christmas card with a letter keeping her up to speed with our family. Just a month ago she called me (hadn't called at Christmas time) and I joking answered the phone with "this isn't Christmas Flo" We had a chuckle and then an hour conversation. She gave me information about some people we used to know years ago at LFC and she passed on the news to me that I didn't know. Then again asking about all our family members and how they were doing and adding certain ones again to her prayer list to continue to pray for them. She has finished the course and fought a good fight. Her prayers will certainly be missed by many of us.
Bill and Margaret Wasmuth, Battleford, SK.