October 20th, 1938 - January 22nd, 2019
Wanda Jean Madaffari, age 80 of Fairfield, passed away at home on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Wanda was born in Hamilton, Ohio on October 20, 1938 to Bertram (Bert) Bowling and Ruth Anglin Bowling. On Sept. 10, 1966 she married her precious "Dago" William J. Madaffari. She was an active member of the Antique and Classic Car Club of Butler County. She was also an active participant with the Hamilton High School Class of 1956. She was baptised at North 7th St. Church of Christ.
Wanda is survived by daughters, Laura D. (Bryan) Reining, Angalina M. Madaffari, Tina A. (Shelby)Davis; sister, Holly Merrill; grandchildren, Daniel Gundrum, Sarah Gundrum, Amanda Reed, Ryan Davis, Christopher Davis, Cody Proffitt, Jesse Proffitt; 7 great grandchildren; 4 grand dogs that she loved dearly.
Wanda was preceded in death by her loving husband, William J. Madaffari; sisters, Alice Lucinda, Roberta Thomas, Sylvia Bowling; brother, Jerry (Willy) Bowling, and baby Carol; parents, Bert and Ruth Bowling; grandson, Brandon Reed.
|Wanda will always have a very special place in my heart. For several weeks Wanda was sk patient while trying to teach me how to decorate cakes. She was so talented and skilled. I always think of Wanda whenever I pick up my frosting bags. I just know she is smiling down and still laughing with all of us who knew and loved her. Gods blessings to all|
Debora Jean (Nabors)Hickman
|You, my dear Aunt Wanda, will be missed dearly, I will miss our phone conversations, and I will miss hearing you calling me your sweet girl at the end of our calls. I love you|
|I will miss my sweet girl, I love her so much. I will miss our phone calls and her stories. She was so funny sometimes, she could make you laugh till you cried. I know she is happy to see her Billie and hold him once again. Have peace and happiness my sweet sister. You will always be in my heart.|
|Wanda was a beautiful person. Inside and out I have always felt love from her. She will be missed She was a major part of the village that raised me and my siblings. Love the Girls like my own sisters. Through my tears I can see her and Billy happy and together forever ?? Rest in peace|
|Aunt Wanda will be missed so much by so many. I am so grateful that I got to continue to visit with her. I will miss kissing her neck and hearing her hollar. Bahaha. I will miss you! God Bless rest in peace and give them all a big kiss from me. Love You.|