Hannah-Nieman-Obituary

Hannah L. Nieman

Oswego, Illinois

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Nieman Family:
So sorry for your loss. I'm sure she is the Garden of Heaven right now and today she has to have flowers surrounding her to make her happy. God Love her! A friend of Joanne and Phil (a classmate of Joanne's)! Barb Rehs and my sister Pat send prayers.

Aunt Dixie still brings warm memories to my heart. After my call to her with Birthday wishes, I quickly realized during our visit she had lived her life to the fullest. I am so sorry for your loss.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

We are sorry for the loss of such a wonderful and very strong lady. God bless your family and friends at this time of loss.
Your friends Jose and Lilia Gudino

To the Nieman Family,

May you find comfort in the wonderful memories of your mom and keep them alive by telling the stories.

God bless you all in this time of loss.

Your friends,

Maria and Marty Castro

God bless you at this time of sorrow and loss. REMEMBER THE LOVE AND HAPPY TIMES TOGETHER.

To the Nieman Family -

Sorry for your lost. Can't imagine the lives that Hannah touched or influenced throughout her life.

"In themselves the days of our years are seventy years; And if because of special mightiness they are eighty years, . . . . Psalms 90:10.

Obituary

Hannah's Obituary

Nieman, Hannah L. Age 100, of Montgomery, IL died Friday, March 10, 2012 at Edward Hospital in Naperville, IL. She was born July 26, 1911 in Monroe, MI the daughter of the late William Henry and Maud nee Ross Loy. Hannah was a member of St Anne Catholic Church in Oswego, IL, the Boulder Hill...

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