Louise K W (Kessler) Goldberg

August 9, 1926 ~ May 6, 2017 (age 90)
Louise Suzanne (Kessler) (Wyman) Goldberg, age 90, formerly of Canton, MA went to be with the Lord on Saturday May 6, 2017.
Louise was born August 9th 1926 Louise Suzanne Kessler at home in Canton Massachusetts to the late Joseph and Mary (Tabor) Kessler. She was the seventh child of a loving family of nine; she was predeceased by all her siblings, Helen Wagner of Canton, Marion McKenna of Canton, Roase Tuite of Hingham, Marie Cummings of Milo, ME, Walter Kessler of Canton, Edward Kessler of Canton, Joseph Kessler of Canton, except her dearest little brother John Kessler of Needham, Ma.
Louise lived through the great depression. She graduated from St John’s High School in Canton before leaving for Washington D.C. in 1944 where she served the US government during World War Two and subsequently met her late husband, Lawrence P. Wyman.
Louise  affectionately called "Weezie" by here sons and "Schmidtzie" by her brothers was a housewife and mother of eight, Treasurer of Altomac Corp in Canton, ran the successful Wyman Real Estate business in Canton, helped run numerous political campaigns, was a published author for several magazines, and assisted several authors in writing and editing books. During the 70’s after enduring some personal struggles, her life was altered like Saul on the road to Damascus with a spiritual awakening of being “born again” with the knowledge of the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Luke 15;24 For this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.’ So they began to celebrate. John 3:3 Jesus replied, “Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again.
Louise found love and happiness too in her later years with the late Max Goldberg whom she married in 1982.
Louise was known for her unselfish example of love and devotion to Christ and everyone she came in contact with.  Her unwavering caring and kindness as witnessed by her determination with the help of her close friend Jean Arnao she rehabilitated her son Bob after returning from the Vietnam War debilitated my mortar fire.  She likewise tenderly cared for Max through cancer. She joyfully served as Grammy daycare to many of her grandchildren.
Louise was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Though the last seven years she was incapacitated by the onset of Alzheimer’s she continued to be an inspiration. She considered her family to be the greatest blessing in her life after her personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Louise had 8 children; the late Lawrence Jr Wyman , Velma Coffey Casher of Bridgewater, Bob Wyman of Brockton, Gregory Wyman of Canton, Mary Salois of Woonsocket, RI,  Mark Wyman of Canton, Stephen Wyman of Brockton, and Brent Wyman of Walpole.   She is also survived by her granddaughter whom she called her “9th child” Stacey (Wyman) Murphy of Sterling in addition, Robert Wyman Jr of Brockton, Lauren Wyman of Brockton, Robbie Phillips  of Vermont, Tanya Mendlewitz of Canton, Melisa DeShiro of Dedham, Mackenzie St. Laurent of Taunton, Ashley (St Laurent) Brown of Woonsocket, RI, Rachael Wyman of ME, Stephen Wyman Jr of Maine, Emily Wyman of ME, Alison Wyman of ME., Matthew Wyman of Santa Monica, CA, David Wyman of Walpole, Joseph Wyman of Walpole.
Some of her favorite songs which she used to sing to her children that will always be remembered.
Montreal express
Three little fishies
Galway Bay

Worship His Majesty
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