Our Mom was loving, caring and an amazing woman. She fought cancer twice and lost that battle this time around. She was strong, courageous and stubborn. Fly high sweet butterfly to the sky. You are free.

Bernice C. Wroda, age seventy-nine, born into Heaven on Friday, June 23 in Camdenton after losing her battle with cancer. She was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1938 one of five children. She married the love of her life, William E. Wroda, Sr. in 1957.

She was preceded in death by her husband; a son, William E. Wroda, Jr.; her parents, Vincent and Jennie Sadowski; a brother, Charles Sadowski and a granddaughter Sarah Wroda.

Bernice is survived by her six children, Jennie B. Coleman and husband Merlin of Camdenton; Vincent Wroda and wife Barbara of Wauconda, Illinois; Ernest Wroda and wife Kelly of Tinley Park, Illinois; Roger Wroda of Chicago, Illinois; Keith Wroda and wife Isabel of Dania Beach, Florida; and Kim Wroda and Terry Woods of Camdenton; her twenty-two grandchildren, seventeen great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren, Rebecca, Jennifer, Jason, Jeremy, Nigher, Ciara, Hughie, Larissa, Kinliegh, Ella Mae, Christopher, Morgan, Aaliyah, Alivia, Tyler, Dawn, Jillian, Paige, Paityn, Anthony, Austin, Adam, Caitlin, Michael, Ryker, Aidian, Keegan, Kirsten, Danille, Amber, Ashley, Emily, Brianna, Vincent, Hunter, Colton, Phillip, Sarah, Brandon, Niki, Jordan, Ben, McKinzie and Johnny; her siblings, Thomas Sadowski, Sr. and wife Carmilla, Theresa Koski and husband Bill and Vincent Sadowski, Jr. and wife Vicki all of Chicago, Illinois; her loving companion, Chrissy her dog, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

She loved spending her time with her children and grandchildren. She bowled for many years at Zodiac Lanes. Bernice enjoyed crocheting, coloring and playing games on her computer.

Our Mom was loving, caring and an amazing woman. She fought cancer twice and lost that battle this time around. She was strong, courageous and stubborn. Fly high sweet butterfly to the sky. You are free.

There will be no services here in Missouri as her wishes are to be buried with her husband and son in Chicago, Illinois.

Arrangements are under the direction of Allee-Holman-Howe Funeral Home, Camdenton.