ries for twelve years. Moving into town Zudie became employed by the Forest City Community Schools where she drove school bus for twenty-seven years. Zudie's love of life was spending time with her family and close friends, cooking, gardening, playing cards and especially, bingo. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Forest City. Zudie is survived by her children, Pam Julius and special friend, Rodney Claude, of Galt, IA, Phyllis Holland and partner, Gina, of Forest City and Anthony Holland of Woden; eight grandchildren, Tina (Scott) Badker, Shelly (Rick) Skjeie, Ashley (Ross) Calvo, Shannon Holland, Dustin Lorenzen, Jamie Julius, John (Melissa) Holland and Joshua Holland; fourteen great-grandchildren; two sisters, Colleen Devin of Oklahoma and Madilene (Stephan) Jensen of Cedar Rapids; sisters-in-law, Loreen Brock of Woden, Norma (Milton) Monson of Leland and Tonya Smith of Curtis, WI; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Vance Holland; grandson, Kiley; and brothers, Hanford Brock, Clifton Brock, Choen Brock, Edwin Smith and Fred Smith.