Willeane Sperry Schave Birthday


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Posted Online: Feb. 18, 2013, 11:36 am
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Willeane Sperry Schave, 2004 14th St. Ct., East Moline, will celebrate her 80th birthday with a family dinner. Cards would be appreciated.
Willeane Wilsey was born Feb. 25, 1933. She married Eddie Sperry and Vergil Schave. They are both deceased.
Her children are Denise LaBatt, Pekin, Ill.; Rheta Sperry, East Moline; Margo Angell, Indianapolis, Ind.; and Nandrea McBride, West Branch, Iowa. She has four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
She was employed for 25 years as a substitute teacher in Colona, East Moline and UTHS, She is a member of First Christian, East Moline.












 




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