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Eileen (Dunn) Wolf
February 16, 1934 ~ October 8, 2019 (age 85)
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Eileen Wolf passed away October 8th, 2019. She was born and raised in Iowa. Eileen had a zest for living. Music and the Great Outdoors were her passions since childhood. She was a Charter Member of Columbia House and played the piano She enjoyed sailing, camping and road trips. She had an active social life and was a member of the swim team at Roosevelt High School. She attended North Western University where she majored in Early Education
Her independence led her to the Nation's Capital where she began her career with the Federal Government in the 60's.Eileen transferred with the Department of Interior to Atlanta Georgia in the early 70's. Her responsibilities included the Southeast Region of Parks and Recreation. She made sure America's nature was preserved for all to enjoy.
Upon retirement she moved to Raeford, North Carolina. Still not ready to settle down, she moved to Bentonville, Arkansas. Home of Walmart where she would take visitors to the original Walmart. Then to Katy, Texas and The Woodlands, Texas where she would host her friends and family traveling to and through the Great State of Texas. Eileen came to Lumber Bridge, North Carolina before her final journey to be with her Lord and loved ones in Heaven.
As Grandma, she made sure her Grandchildren went to Disney World. She traveled through Europe and Asia. She led rafting parties down the Chattahoochee River. Sailed friends and family in her boat, The Red Baron, on Lake Lanier. Cancun was a yearly trip with family.
She will be remembered by her sons John (Pat) Brady of Atlanta; Paul (Mi Jung, Kevin, Kelly, Kinzie and Kayden) Wolf of Singapore and daughter Rebecca (Roger, Melissa, Jessica and Brandon) Johnson. Her Great Grandchildren Dylan, Vince, Taylor and Clay. Sons-in-Law Royce and Kevin; BFF Susan and son Drayson.
Her Grandson, Brandon, was companion, confidant and shining star.
"He who hears My word, and believes Him who sent Me, has eternal life." John 5:24
A Memorial Service will be held in the near future. Instead of flowers, please donate to Hospice or Alzheimer’s Research.