Lydia Erma Matilda Feddersen – Helm – Wallace was born Feb 13, 1920 to Martin Feddersen and Katherine Wildermuth-Feddersen. She died at age 95 on March 22, 2015.
Lydia had six children, several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
She has one living brother Ted Feddersen that resides in Omak Wash., and one older sister Clara Sovitski living in California.
She was baptized and confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran church and was involved in many of the church activities. Living in Tonasket, her later years she attended and held her membership at Hope Lutheran Church.
Her interests as farm wife and mother were mainly outdoor activities. She enjoyed gardening, hunting, fishing (prided herself in taking grandchildren gopher hunting and creek fishing). She was indeed loved so much and appreciated for her great help, nurturing, loving spirit, for her family, and for her life here on this earth.
Lydia joined her husband Ben Helm as Farmer of the Year and also was given the honor, with her husband Ray Wallace, the Cattlemen Association Award and Weed Control Award (Weed Lady) for Okanogan Valley. Her many activities brought her much happiness and many rewards.
After moving to Spokane she lived at Broadway Court Estates, always enjoyed her family and friends there and her great joy in life was serving and knowing Jesus as her Savior. She was fond of saying, “I’ll see you all in Heaven.”
The funeral service will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Havillah Wash. on Saturday, March 28 at 1 p.m. with burial services and a reception following at the church.
Arrangements by Bergh Funeral Service Oroville and Tonasket.