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Wilma “Wendy” Shain

Wilma "Wendy" Shain

SHAIN

Wilma Florene “Wendy” (Bayne) Shain, age 93, passed away peacefully on February 6, 2022 at Sparta Community Hospital in Sparta, IL.  Wendy was born on March 22, 1928 in Mt. Vernon, IL to William Frederick and Ruth (Carver) Bayne.  On October 20, 1946 she married D.C. Shain and they were married for 60 years

Wendy and Dee were business owners in Marissa, IL for several years.  Wendy enjoyed their life in a small community and spending time on the countryside with family.  She had many friends that she played Bingo with, and she was always ready to go to yard sales.  Wendy loved people, laughter and she will be missed by all those who knew and loved her.

She is survived by three children – Bruce (Vicki) Shain, Gary (Laurie) Shain, and Marsha (Joe) Owens; several grandchildren, great grandchildren, great great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Wendy was preceded in death by her husband – D.C. Shain who passed away on November 5, 2007; parents; one grandson; two brothers; two sisters.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Coulterville VFW.

Condolences to the family may be expressed at www.heilschuessler.com.

A private memorial service time is being scheduled for the family.

Heil-Schuessler & Sinn Funeral Home in Sparta, IL is in charge of arrangements

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  1. Diana Cole says:

    Prayers and peace for Wendy and her family. She was just a joy at the VFW playing bingo. She loved her Bingo Burgers! She always would come to the kitchen and joke with the kitchen staff. Wendy, you will be missed.

  2. Jeannie Bathon, Mary Giacomo, John & Rose Numi and Paul Numi says:

    Wendy was a wonderful, happy lady that sat behind myself, my family and friends at bingo in Pinckneyville. She would love to start something with my brothers but all in fun. We will miss her smiling face.

  3. Jo Ann Warren says:

    Prayers goes out to your farm ily. Loved going to play Bingo with you. Will miss your smiles and happy face.

    • Randy Ennis family says:

      Gary and family. Sorry to hear about the loss of you mother. Prayers to you and your family.

  4. Diana Morgan says:

    Wendy had a beautiful soul and was a great lady. She loved her family to the depth of her soul. She will be missed.

  5. Butch and Rosann Amann says:

    Sympathy and prayers to her family.

    • Paula Owen says:

      Wendy, you will be missed greatly. We always had fun on Tuesday night bingo. You always had a smile for everyone. We loved you.

  6. Dave Decker says:

    Windy Shain, Condolences to your family and friends. We will always remember your smiling face, your happy demeanor and the wit and wisdom you always brought to our Bingo Game on Tuesday night. You will be missed. The Bingo Crew! VFW POST # 6865 Coulterville IL.

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  1. Windy Shain, Condolences to your family and friends. We will always remember your smiling face, your happy demeanor and the wit and wisdom you always brought to our Bingo Game on Tuesday night. You will be missed. The Bingo Crew! VFW POST # 6865 Coulterville IL.

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  2. Sympathy and prayers to her family.

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    • Wendy, you will be missed greatly. We always had fun on Tuesday night bingo. You always had a smile for everyone. We loved you.

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  3. Wendy had a beautiful soul and was a great lady. She loved her family to the depth of her soul. She will be missed.

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  4. Prayers goes out to your farm ily. Loved going to play Bingo with you. Will miss your smiles and happy face.

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    • Gary and family. Sorry to hear about the loss of you mother. Prayers to you and your family.

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  5. Wendy was a wonderful, happy lady that sat behind myself, my family and friends at bingo in Pinckneyville. She would love to start something with my brothers but all in fun. We will miss her smiling face.

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  6. Prayers and peace for Wendy and her family. She was just a joy at the VFW playing bingo. She loved her Bingo Burgers! She always would come to the kitchen and joke with the kitchen staff. Wendy, you will be missed.

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