Agnes Wolf (March 27, 1935 - January 08, 2023)

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Agnes Wolf
  • March 27, 1935
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  • January 08, 2023

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Agnes May Wolf, age 87, passed from this life January 8, 2023.

Agnes was born in Oxford, MI to Frank and Mary Kaffenberger.  She was one of 12 children and had always been grateful to be born into the family she was born into, as well as marrying into the family she married into.

She graduated from Oxford High School.  She married and shared almost 67 years of love and raising a family with the love of her life, Jack Wolf.

Agnes had enjoyed bowling and once had a 3 game high score of 649.  She loved playing cards and could often be seen playing solitaire at the kitchen table.  She was an accomplished China painter who made beautiful pieces of art.  Her true passion was in making a home for her loving family.  She seemed to have boundless energy to can, cook, and bake.  Most people loved her beef vegetable soup, her oatmeal cookies, and her Chex mix.  She loved animals and babies.  She was known for daily feeding the birds, as well as her bunnies.  She believed in recycling and hoped more would join her efforts.

She was preceded in death by her parents and 8 of her siblings

She is survived by husband, Jack, sons, Joe (Sharon) Brinzo, Matt Wolf, Sr., daughters Theresa (Glenn) Zakany, Marie James, grandchildren Patrick (Mina), John, David, Matt, Samantha, Jena, Tanner, Zack, Cory, and Alyssa, sister Mary Elinor, brothers James (Sandy), and David (Elaine).

She will be greatly missed by all.

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  1. Todd Carlson says:
    16 Feb 2023
    I'm shaken to my core . I was so blessed to have known you and carry you as a mom away from mom. I'm so glad I got to see you again a few years back,I was worried that would slip through my life. Thank you for being the kind person you were. Blessed doesn't even describe the impact you had on lives you contacted, especially mine. Rest in peace kind woman, your work here is done. I'll miss you the rest of my life. Till we meet again,my heart is broken. Love you mom. Todd

  2. Theresa Anne Zakany lit a candle:
    16 Jan 2023
    Lit since January 16, 2023 at 1:32:09 AM

  3. Dave and Cindy Fenton says:
    16 Jan 2023
    Jack..our deepest sympathies for you and your family‘S loss, Cindy and I could not have asked for better neighbours.. Aggie always had a smile and a big welcome on our return from the North. She will be deeply missed.

  4. Shirley Nichols lit a candle:
    15 Jan 2023
    Lit since January 15, 2023 at 1:24:03 PM

  5. Kayda Lowrie says:
    15 Jan 2023
    To Jack and family. So sorry for your loss. I came to Parkhill in 2000 and got to know Aggie. She was a wonderful lady. I was always amazed when driving around Punta Gorda there she would be out walking for miles. I am no longer at Parkhill as I sold after my husband passed away in Feb. but I know she will be missed dearly.

    Kayda Lowrie-Fenton. Past owner 139

  6. Amy Miller says:
    12 Jan 2023
    I was lucky enough to meet Agnes one time at Glenn and Theresa's home. She was as adorable in real life as she was in every photo Theresa posted. I do not know the rest of her family, however, if she were as loved and revered by them as she was Theresa, then a day did not go by that she did not feel loved. I can see that she was a complete blessing to all. I hope the birds and bunnies are so happy to have you in Heaven, Agnes. <3

  7. Denise Kaffenberger says:
    12 Jan 2023
    Aunt Aggie will be deeply missed.
    She was always such a bubbly,happy person

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