Henneke Funeral Home
1515 Montezuma St
Columbus, TX 78934
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Pearl Irene Wristen
September 20, 1922 - October 13, 2018

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Coady Reynolds
Eureka, CA
Thursday, October 18, 2018

We all loved our dear Nana so much. She was always sweet, kind, and extremely funny. She could also be very tough, fair, loving and forgiving. She can rest in peace knowing she left the world a better place by gracing us all with her presence. We will always love and miss you.

Marilyn Moeller
Columbus, TX
Thursday, October 18, 2018

Dear Bob and family, Our thoughts of Irene are of her graceful smile. Being our neighbor and friend she was
always there to greet you with a smile and a conversation
that made you feel good. Same for you Bob we enjoyed
you being in the neighborhood and our thoughts and
prayers are with you and your family.

Leland and Marilyn Moeller

Donna King
Columbus Texas, TX
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. Such a precious lady always.

Janis Tidemann
Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Praying for strength and comfort from our Lord for the entire family.
Janis Tidemann

Jackie Marak
Weimar, TX
Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Oh my dearest Bob,Karen,Grace,and Linda- I am a friend of Bob and Irene’s starting back in Weimar Texas in the”50s”
I am so sorry for your loss of your dearest Irene - even though it has been some years that I have had contact with you Bob
I never forgot the Two of you and the love I have for you Irene
And your family!
Gods blessings to each of you and my love,
Jackie Marak

linda andrus
humble, TX
Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Mom, thank you for being the best Mom you could be. I will miss you but my heart is full of great memories of all the family gatherings and your time you gave to me and my son Coady when we needed both you and Dad. I know I will see you again.

Patricia Schindler
Columbus, TX
Monday, October 15, 2018

Dear Wristen familly: Just wanted to extend my condolences on your loss. Mrs Wristen was an unforgettable lady, both as an "across the street" neighbor and more recently, as a sweetheart at the nursing home. I know she had a rough time for a while, but the last couple of years, she was such a sweetie. She never saw me that she didn't give me a hug and tell me she loved me. I'm sure at this point she didn't remember who I was, but she greeted everyone that way. What a blessing. I will miss her sweet smile.