To The Fritz Nehnevay Family:
We really feel bad about the passing away of Fritz. I grew up on 21st Street in Chicago Heights with fond memories of those days. Our next door neighbors was the Lustig family. I remember Fritz when he dated Doris and when they were married. I remember my Uncle Tony serenading Doris and Fritz as they sat on the swing on the front porch of the Lustig home. He was a dedicated husband and father. He was very willing to get involved, especially when it came to helping schools and the church. Fritz was a "Good Guy" and very devoted to his family. He will always be remembered as a wonderful person. I worked with Jimmy at Bloom High School and I remember our conversations about your family and how much you loved your Dad. God Bless Fritz, Doris and the Nehnevay family.
Dr. Richard & Sharon Felicetti
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss.
Dear Doris & Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. My Mom loved Fritz and enjoyed working for him at checkmate. He was a wonderful person. You are in my prayers. Jayne
Please accept my sincere sympathy for your loss. May the fond memories and the kind words of loving friends help heal your broken hearts. I pray that God will give each of you the comfort needed to see brighter days ahead.
(Ps 34:17, 18)
Doris,I'm very sorry for your loss.I have waited on your husband for years at the bank, and have seen you both at church. You will be in my prayers and thoughts. Laura skrezyna [Fifth Third Bank.]
May the memories of love and happiness shared comfort you in your sorrow. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love & Joy,
Bill & Nancy
My deepest sympathy to the entire family. I will greatly miss seeing and talking to Mr Nehnevay when I am in Culver. I hold him and the entire family in my prayers. Love to you all.
Fritz was always kind and fun to be around. We can only imagine how dearly loved he was by his family and how much he will be missed. Our hearts go out to you.
Sandy & Bob Righter and Nick Westendorf
Doris & family, My sincerest sympathy. Fritz was always a friend and supporter of me and certainly of the Church. Be assured of my prayers and may our Loving God help you to keep alive the happy memories until you are united again in the Kingdom.
Our deepest sympathies to the Nehnevay family. I worked for Fritz for 8 years and know his son Jimmy. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Rose M. David (Wootten)
Rosemary and family, Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Fritz. May he find everlasting peace.
Dear Doris and family,
So sorry to see the obit for Fritz. He was a classmate of my brother, Ralph, at Saint Agnes. Sadly both have been called by Our Lord. May they rest in peace.
Dear Doris, Jane, Tom, Jimmy & Family,
Please accept my sincere condolences from afar. I have you all in my thoughts and my prayers.