Condolence & Memory Journal

Family and friends,
I know that this is a very difficult time. It's never easy to lose someone you love but the Bible promises us at John 5:28,29 that you will see Mildred again. Until then may your hearts be filled with the wonderful memories of joyful times spent together as you celebrate a life well lived. Please accept my condolences.

Posted by Margot    April 24, 2015

Sorry for your loss. I enjoyed working for Mrs. Koliadko and talking with her. She was a very caring person. She will be missed.

Posted by Ruth McComber - Hopewell, VA - friend   April 09, 2015

Candle

I will really miss you!

Posted by Mary Newton Boyd - Friend   April 08, 2015

Mrs, K is what we all called her in nursing school, She is the most sincere and caring instructor I had, I will miss her. We enjoyed sitting at the evening meetings together at camp meeting, I wish the family my sincere sympathy.

Posted by mary newton boyd - cresson, PA - friend/one of her nursing studen   April 08, 2015

Cousin Mildred memories are of a sweet, soft spoken, gentle woman who was always so "put together". She looked so cute with her late husband (who was my dentist) and she had a radient smile. Her hope in Jesus is now realized and sealed for eternity. Condolences to her family on her homecoming which takes her from their presence.

Posted by Clff and Joyce Frank - Richmond, VA - Cousin (Joyce)   April 07, 2015

I am a 1969 graduate of the Johnston-Willis Hospital School of Nursing. Mrs. Koliadko (Mrs.K. as we called her) was the dearest instructor that I remember. She was a little lady in statue but a real dynamo in performance and instruction. I don't think I ever saw her upset with a student or a patient. She was with us on the Medical-Surgical floors. I have many fond memories of her and was saddened to read her obituary.

Posted by Joyce Tadlock Pittman - Lancaster, VA - former student   April 07, 2015