Hilda Titmarsh, 80Hilda "Tula" Titmarsh, age 80, of Roberts, Wis., died Saturday, March 16, at the Baldwin Area Medical Center.
Hilda "Tula" Titmarsh, age 80, of Roberts, Wis., died Saturday, March 16, at the Baldwin Area Medical Center.
Tula was born on May 24, 1932, in South End, England, the daughter of James and Hilda (Lee) Vinnicombe. She was raised in England where she attended school.
On March 19, 1960, she was united in marriage to Frederick Titmarsh in Middlesex, England. To this union, a son, Jeff, was blessed. She and Fred enjoyed owning and operating a couple pubs in England: the Old Oak Tree and the Bell. The family would make the United States their home. Tula enjoyed her time working for the Hudson House in housekeeping.
Tula enjoyed taking an occasional trip to the casino or yelling BINGO playing at the nursing home. She enjoyed gardening and planting flowers or watching old black and white movies. In honoring her heritage, she loved a cup of tea with friends and had a sweet tooth for chocolate.
Tula will be remembered by her beloved son, Jeff of Roberts; sisters Yvonne Hedin of Hudson, Jeanne (Harry) Mitchel of England; sister-in-law Rene (Brian) Walton of England; and her nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Frederick; brother-in-law Roger Hedin; and brother-in-law Ernie (Irene) Titmarsh.
A Celebration of Life for Tula will be from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, with a prayer service at 6:30 p.m., at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson. Interment will be private. Memorials are preferred to the family.
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