Condolences for Mildred E. Ounapu

Steve Dettman posted on 6/15/20

Mr. Ounapu, I was a former accounting student of yours ('78). Although I did not know your wife, I did want to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss.


Daniel Wiiki posted on 6/11/20

What a wonderful tribute slideshow! I was hoping we could come and visit a few years ago, but they were sick at the time -- I so wish we could have caught up then :-(


Daniel Wiiki posted on 6/4/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. What a delightful personality and a wonderful heritage that she left. May her memory ever be a blessing


Gloria Wiiki Nelson posted on 6/3/20

Mildred was my sister-in-law. I was not able to visit her or Arnold often, but she was a kind, gracious lady. I never heard her say a mean thing about anyone. She and Arnold were totally devoted to each other, never criticizing and always supporting each other. In her last few years in the nursing home, Arnold went to be with her every day. She will be greatly missed.


Cindy Van Alst and husband Jim posted on 6/2/20

Arnold and Lois, I was so sorry to hear of Mildred's passing. I didn't know her well but she was a pleasure to talk with at ACC Dept gatherings. May you remember the good times and be comforted in those memories.


Sadie Berg posted on 6/2/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. I am a volunteer at Westminster Village, and getting to see Mildred every week was truly one of the highlights of my day. She was one of the lights of Westminster, and I think she brought joy to a lot of people during her time there. I will think about her and miss her every time I visit.