Obituary

Sadonna  Wilson
Sadonna Wilson
Sadonna Wilson

October 10, 1946 - April 11, 2020
Born in Watertown, Wisconsin
Resided in Urbandale, Iowa
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Sadonna Jean Wilson, 73, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on April 11, 2020. At this time cremation rites have been accorded and a private burial will be held at a later date.

Sadonna was born October 10, 1946 in Watertown, Wisconsin to parents, Leo and Ardis Kitzman. Her family moved to Windsor Heights, Iowa in 1955. She graduated from Valley High School. On October 30, 1965 she was united in marriage to William “Bill” Wilson. They lived in Urbandale for most of their lives.

Sadonna enjoyed antique collecting and decorating her home with her antique finds, her cookbook collection, and hosting family and holiday dinners. Her greatest joy in life was her daughter, Loree and granddaughter, Brooke. Bill and Sadonna took great pride in raising their dogs, most recently their Cocker Spaniel, Max.

Sadonna is survived by her daughter, Loree Wilson; granddaughter, Brooke Ratterree; sister, Carlotta (Michael) Schmit of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; brother, David (Roxanne) Kitzman of Brookfield, Wisconsin as well as several nieces, nephews and their families. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Bill who passed away, January 11, 2020.

Her family would like to extend a special thank you to UnityPoint Home Care Hospice for their excellent care of Sadonna.

Memorial contributions may be directed to AHeinz57 Pet Rescue in DeSoto. Online condolences are welcome at www.IlesCares.com.

Arrangements by Iles Westover Chapel

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