Ingeborg Margarete Woller died peacefully at the age of 94 in her beloved home. She was born on September 15th, 1924, in Dutsseldorf, Germany.
Her husband of many years, Rudolf Hermann Woller, predeceased her in 1996 after a courageous battle with cancer.
She is survived by her sister Edda Bettina Christ, Germany, Rudolf’s nieces Katharina Lietz and Sabine Lietz-Ligat, and many people in Germany and Switzerland, who were like family to her.
A big part of her life was to accompany her husband Rudolf Woller, as wife and partner, into many corners of the world in his career as reporter and Editor-in-Chief of the German ZDF Television Network.
In 1977 they followed their dream and immigrated to British Columbia, Canada, and settled in the South Cariboo.
The Wollers’ commitment to the teachings and philosophy of Rudolph Steiner underscored their lives. To develop one’s mind and Spirit in a practical way in all areas of life – education, the arts, health and wellness. Creating a biodynamic farm, based on Steiner’s method of ecological and sustainable care of the soil, was their expression of that commitment.
Inge was a fine, regal woman who was not afraid to get her hands dirty. She loved to cook and enjoyed entertaining way into her old age.
She will be remembered by many as a strong women, who lived a long, full life and made it worth living.
A big Thank You to all the people who made her last summer ‘The most beautiful time of her life’ (Inge’s words).
In lieu of flowers, please donate to 100 Mile District Hospice Palliative Care Society. A celebration of life for Inge will be held by invitation at a later date.