Gerdena Mudderman Gerdena Mudderman, 82, formerly of Parkersburg, died Friday, September 3, 2010, at Cedar Falls Lutheran Home of natural causes. She was born September 26, 1927, in rural Aplington, daughter of Folkert and Nettie Eilderts Jungling. She married Gratus William Mudderman on September 26, 1946, at her parents' home in rural Aplington. He died March 5, 1992. She graduated from high school in 1945, was a payroll clerk for the University of Northern Iowa for twenty-one years and retired in 1990. She was a member of Hope Reformed Church in Parkersburg, where she was an organist, a member of the Ladies Guild RCW, and Silver Threads, a church social group. The couple were members of Bethel Reformed Church, rural Aplington, where she was the organist for many years and helped with Sunday School. Survived by: two sons, LaVern (Pam) Mudderman of Parkersburg and Dave (Diane) Mudderman of Fairbank; a daughter, Jan Mudderman of Des Moines; seven grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren, Heidi (Jim) Kieler and their children, Matthew and Jacob, Nikki (Chad) Oldenburger and their children, Nicholas and Noah, Jarrod (Whitney) Mudderman and their children, Kayura, Auna, Remi, and Gage, and Dustin (Kepi) Mudderman and their children, Reagan, Dalton, and Rylee, Theresa (Kasey) Schmitt, Derik Mudderman, and Autumn (Michael) Clark; two sisters, Esther Jungling of Waterloo and Carol (Aden) Kromminga of Aplington; and a sister-in-law, Mary Ann Jungling of Aplington. Preceded in death by: a brother, Gerald Jungling. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Hope Reformed Church, with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, both in Parkersburg. Public visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at Redman-Schwartz Funeral Home, Parkersburg. Memorials: may be directed to the family. Condolences may be left at www.redmaii-scii,,vartz.com. Gerdena enjoyed sewing, quilting, planting and tending her flower garden. She loved spending time with her family. Copyright Waterloo Courier on-line edition, posted September 5, 2010.