Hello There, I'm Brenda. I'd Like To Send My Deepest Condolences To ALL The Family For The Loss Of Wyonna. She Was Truly a Wonderful Lady, Who Sure Loved Her Family, and Was SO PROUD Of You All..!! I Worked at Legacy For Some Time, and Grew SO Fond Of Her.... During COVID Lockdown That Bond Sure Deepened and She Told Me Many Stories Of Her Beloved Family. I've Been Living in Florida For Awhile Now and Just Heard About Her Passing.... I REALLY Loved That Lady.... Hugs To The Entire Family.... She Is and Will Be Missed By MANY....
I met Wyonna at Legacy while visiting my good friend Carol Macon. I found out she was attending First Presbyterian Church and we often visited at Legacy and FPC prior to the Covid years. During Covid, we kept in touch writing letters and I enjoyed hearing from her. She enjoyed outlasting her doctor's predictions over the years. :) I'm so happy to have had her for a friend and will miss her. My condolences to her loving family. Jeri Smith
As a employee of Hartwig Motors I met Wyonna several times at the dealership and at the company Christmas parties. She was a friendly and elegant woman who helped raise a good family.
Dear Anita ,Kevin & Family,
I want to express my sympathy to you both and your family. I haven't seen you Anita for some time. The last time was for your Dad's funeral. Before that we were working on information for the Orr family.
Please know you are in my thoughts.
Kathy Hooten Downey
Remembering Wyonna as a gracious friend, neighbor and, with Dave, a generous, loyal contributor to the Iowa City community.
A huge thank you on behalf of Mercy Iowa City for the years of volunteer service provided. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! - Volunteer Services Manager, Mercy Iowa City.
Wyonna was the first resident here at Legacy to reach out to me when I moved here in 2020. With this initial contact I learned she was one of my neighbors 3 apartments down on my floor! She became one of my closest friends here at Legacy Senior Living and I will miss her one-on-one visits that were many. She was a lady of class, dignity and well rounded knowledge of Iowa City, neighborhoods as well as businesses. I will miss her much!
I met Wyona and Dave when I was working as a manager for Von Maur in 2001. Wyona and I became fast friends and I enjoyed getting to know her. In 2016, I accepted a marketing position at Legacy in Iowa City. I was pleased to see her there as well. She was a friend to all who knew her, the embodiment of grace and beauty. Please accept my sincere condolences.
I am Oscar Beasley, a friend and neighbor of Wynona and Dave Hartwig since Betty and I moved to Ashwood Drive in 1964, Wynona and Dave were good people in the original sense of the word. I knew Dave best in our earlier years, having purchased 3 automobiles from him in the 1960s. After his death I came to know Wynona better because she was at Legacy Pointe where also Betty was residing. In Wynona's final years we conversed by phoned 3 or 4 times per year. I am sorry for the loss of both of these good friends.
Wyonna was a wonderful neighbor on Rochester Court. She was so friendly and welcoming to our children. When she moved to Legacy we continued to stay in touch, often exchanging flowers and kind words. During Covid she took great delight in sneaking out, and we laughed often about her adventures in foiling the staff. She was a treasure, my deepest sympathies to her family.
I am Julie Beasley. The Hartwigs lived up the street from our home. I became friends with Wyonna at legacy. Walking into her apt was like walking into house beautiful magazine!! Wyonna was always so kind to me and and good friend to my mom Betty at legacy and my father oscar. Wyonna was the true “pretty woman.” I am so sorry for your loss. Julie Beasley