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Myrtle Kidder

Myrtle Oma Kidder, age 95, passed away on August 2, 2009 in Woodland, California. She was born on July 11, 1914 in Suisan, California to Edward and Ruby Hopkins Walther. She married Glenn C. Kidder on July 14, 1935 in Fairfield, California; he preceded her in death on September 18, 1989.

Mrs. Kidder moved to Winters in 1941 from Fairfield. She was employed with the Yolo County Justice Court where she served as a Legal Clerk for Judge Degener and Judge Martin. She had a love for gardening and sewing, she taught 4-H and was an avid reader. She was very active in the Pioneer Presbyterian Church where she had served as the church treasurer for many years. She served as PTA President on two separate occasions.

She is survived by her three children, Mary Louise Gray of Winters; Glenda Lee Matties of Galt and David Glenn (Viola May) Kidder of Winters. 5 Grandchildren, 6 Great-Grandchildren and 2 Great-Great Grandchildren.

Graveside services will be held on Friday, August 7, 2009 at 10:00 A.M. at the Winters Cemetery.



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I'm sorry that I just found out about MRS Kidder's passing I know she will be greatly missed by all who crossed paths with her I knew the frist time I meet her 26 years ago that she was a very special Lady,Wife and Mom and She will be in our harts forever

Chris Trotter May 15 2010 12:00 AM

Dear Mary Lou & Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Bill & Anna

Bill & Anna Doughty Aug 9 2009 12:00 AM

I had alot of respect for Myrtle and Pappy. As a young fire cadet, they took me under their wings and taught me alot about the fire service and Winters in general. They were both great people and will be missed. My sympathies to the Grays and the Kidders.

Mike Sebastian Aug 8 2009 12:00 AM

Please accept our sincerest sympathy for the loss of Mrs. Kidder. She will be remembered for many things because of her devotion to the Winters community. She is one of numerous pillars of Winters who made a very positive impact on others. We will remember her mostly for the countless hours she devoted to the 4-H Club and especially her teaching skills in our sewing classes. She had high expectations and managed to mold us into pretty good seamstresses. We think of her every time we sit at our sewing machine. It is people like Mrs. Kidder that made Winters a wonderful place to grow up in. With deepest sympathy, Ann, Marla and Janis Buckmaster

Ann Buckmaster Nickum Aug 6 2009 12:00 AM

Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to your family in this difficult time.

Katie and Kathy Carrion Aug 6 2009 12:00 AM

My sincere sympathy in the death of your Mother, I thought she was a grand old lady. She was retired when I met her back in the early 1980's and she was always busy which I thought was great; she was a good example a Christian woman addressing the needs of her church. I am sorry I will be unable to attending her furneral as we are traveling and won't be back in the area until September. Again my sincere condolence

Shirley Westmoreland Aug 5 2009 12:00 AM