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Selma Wild, 86, of Fort Pierce, Fla., died Sunday, Aug. 10, 2003, at her home.
She was born Nov. 24, 1916, at Shawneetown, daughter of Adolph R. and Pauline Ladreiter Rudert. She and Carl Wild were married in 1947 in Fort Pierce.
Wild was a member of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Port St. Lucie, and was one of the founders of Trinity Lutheran Church at Fort Pierce in 1952.
Survivors include a daughter, Margaret Lewis of Melbourne, Fla.; two sons, Carl Wild Jr. and Raymond Wild of Fort Pierce; a sister, Gertrude Mirly of Jackson; two brothers, Raymond Rudert of Perryville, Mo., Benjamin Rudert of Cape Girardeau; and three grandsons.
The funeral was held Thursday at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church. Burial was in White City Cemetery.
Yates Funeral Home in Fort Pierce was in charge of arrangements.