Trudy Csida, the beloved proprietor of the Willow Inn (Trudy’s) in Plymouth passed away at her home on Monday, May 16, 2016. She will be missed by the many who called her “Ma”. born on 15,

Trudy was December 1936 in Eschweiler, Germany a daughter of the late Franz and Gertrud (Vogt) Hanf. She attended school in Germany and later met her husband, Roger after his discharge from the service. They were united in marriage on January 23, 1960 in Germany. Trudy loved this country and became a US citizen. She loved to have fun with people and friends and was popular with the area people.

Trudy is survived by her husband of 56 years, Roger; her two children who were privileged to truly be able to call her “Ma”: Brina (John) Watson of West Palm Beach, Florida and Tarrant (Martha) Csida of New Holstein; and three grandchildren: Marissa Watson, and Sylas and Dexter Csida. She is further survived by brothers and sisters in Europe and a good friend Linda Bruggink of Sheboygan Falls. She was preceded in death by an infant grandson: Ryker Csida and other family members.

In accordance with Trudy’s wishes, no services will be held, cremation has taken place. would like

We, her family, to thank all for all the love you have shown Trudy over the years. We have been lucky to share her dynamic personality and to reap the benefits of her no-nonsense advice.

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