Obituaries

Nina Lucille Schmiel May 4, 1920 ~ August 22, 2013

Nina Lucille Schmiel, 93 of Fayetteville passed away Thursday, August 22, 2013 in Springdale.

She was born May 4, 1920 in Little Falls, Minnesota the daughter of Garland and Margaret Render Butler.

She was of the Baptist Faith; a gentle, gracious lady and a free spirit.

Preceded in death by her husband, Stanley Schmiel; 2~sisters, Margaret Ostengard and Dorothy Haas. 1~brother, James Butler.

Mrs. Schmiel had lived in West Fork, Arkansas for 20 years before retiring to Butterfield Trail Village.

Survivors include several nieces and nephews and cousins.

Memorial Services will be at 11:00 AM Monday, August 26, 2013 at Beard’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville with Granville Wynn officiating.

Memorials may be made to Circle of Life Hospice 901 Jones Road Springdale, Arkansas  72762

 

 

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    sandra » 13. Sep, 2013

    aunt niina was always a gentle quiet and loving lady. she and my uncle stan payed my way through bible college. i will forever be grateful. i rejoice for her homecoming to heaven. she is now totally whole with her saviour our lord jesus. i was blessed to have a beautiful aunt and we know we will see her again. she loved to read. she loved life annd nature. she is probablly in god’s garden tending to the flowers that will never fade. we were all blessed to have aunt nina. god bless you all richlyq sandra bennett

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    sandra » 13. Sep, 2013

    aunt nina was the sweetest. quiet beautiful gracious aunt who loved jesus and loved reading. she lived a full life. her quiet spirit spoke volumns. her and uncle stan payed my way thru bible college. i will forever be thankful for their generous hearts and will always keep her in my heart. we will see her in heaven with jesus. she is enjoyiing god’s beautiful garden with jesus. love to all, sandy bennett

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    Wendy » 21. Sep, 2013

    I’m saddened to hear of Aunt Nina’s passing. :( I remember back many years ago when I was young my parents would drop my brother and myself off at Uncle Stan’s and Aunt Nina’s home back in CA. They never had children of their own however, always had a closet full of fun board games & tasty treats ready for us when we would come to visit. They welcomed us with open arms no matter what unexpected day or hour that we would arrive. Aunt Nina will truly be missed along with Uncle Stan. I find comfort in knowing that she lived a long happy life and now will finally once again be reunited with Uncle Stan in heaven. I am blessed to have had them in my life and will always cherish all the great times and memories created with them both and they will always forever remain in my heart!