Alynne R. Nesslein

Laceyville, Pennsylvania

1943-2012 (Age 69)

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I have known the Nesslein family when we all lived in Midland Park, NJ many
years ago.
I was a good friend of Jonnie's Mom and felt like one of the family.
Jonnie was a special person
reaching out to everyone she knew.
I know she is in Heaven with her Lord
and family. She will be greatly missed.

I worked with Alynne at the Riegelwood mill for many years. She was with the Customer Service group and I worked with Billing department which provided us with many opportunities to work together. I never remember Alynne getting upset or mad. She was always cheerful and a pleasure to work with. She will be missed and remembered by many. Lou Wilder Riegelwood, NC

I knew Alynne throughout my entire paper career with Riegel, Federal and IP. What a wonderful caring person she was. We shared lots of happy experiences and she will be sorely missed. Andy Mason Wilmington. NC

Alynne was a dear and thoughtful friend. We first met when we both worked at Riegel Paper in New York. We had fun attending plays in New York, and going to the Jersey shore during the summer. Alynne's kind nature and even temperment made her a joy to be with. I also have found memories of visiting and staying for a weekend with her family in Midland Park; her mother was always busy doing something for someone - just like Alynne. Alynne got me to travel - as I visited her in North...

Roy & Tina Ward/Wilmington, NC
I worked with Allynne for many years with Federal Paper Board and then tried to stay in touch as our lives took us both in other directions. Allynne was one of the sweetest, kindest people I have ever met. She brightened everyone's day each time you spoke with her. She loved her family and her many friends throughout the country and will be sorely missed by us all. She was a very special lady.

Alynne was part of my Riegelwood family; aka: Customer Service. We worked and played together for many, many years. There are so many memories of our days at "the Mill", I can't begin to put them all into words, but it truly was a family atmosphere, the good and the not soo good, as in any family. I have often thought of Alynne with fond memories of those days gone by, along with all the other lives that touched mine, and will remember them, always. Carolyn and I actually had...

I first met Alynne while touring the Riegelwood mill and latter worked with her @ International Paper. She was the most knowledgeable and helpful customer service rep that I worked with. No matter what part of the country I was traveling, she had been there and had relatives nearby. She would "blow me away"! Alynne always made my job easier. Upbeat and fun to be with. I'll miss our sharing.
Win Fairbank

I was working at the NYC office when Alynne came to work for the company and for Ernie Kerstein.
She was an integral part of the sales team,and a very fast learner.
I never heard her utter a bad word about anyone. She was a great asset to our group.
God bless you Alynne!!!
Steve cunniff

To Alynne's family: I worked in the Riegelwood Customer Service office with Alynne. As her vacation relief, I remember one of her notes she wrote to me. She was always so thoughtful to write me nice notes after I filled in for her. I told Teen I would try to find one of the notes she wrote to me because I have kept it for almost 20 years now. She was a thoughtful person. Merla Jackson


Alynne's Obituaries

Alynne R. (Jonnie) Nesslein, 69, of 52 Main St., Laceyville, passed away unexpectedly at her home in Laceyville, on Thursday morning, Nov. 15, 2012.She was born in Silvara on Feb. 6, 1943, the daughter of the late Kermit and Eloise Brotzman Nesslein. Growing up in New Jersey, Jonnie was a...

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