Message from Roger Aleshire Chambersburg PA
February 19, 2020 6:53 PM
So sorry for your loss. Lived across the road from the Esworthys in the 1960's. So much fun
A DIGNITY IN WHITE PEDESTAL ARRANGEMENT was ordered on February 15, 2020
Message from Karen C Crum
February 15, 2020 2:12 PM
Dear Aunt Nina,
The suffering has ended, and you are now in the hands of your God which you were so faithful to. May you rest in peace.
All that knew you knew you to be a loving and kind woman. One of the things I’ll remember about you was your sense of humor and your unforgettable laugh.
As a child I loved visiting you and the family. We would play downstairs in the family room shooting pool or playing shuffleboard; and the adults would be upstairs playing cards. I don’t recall a time when we visited that you didn’t have a freshly made cake or some type of dessert for us.
As an adult, I’d see you when you stopped by Momma’s after you got off work. You and Momma would laugh and tell stories about the family growing up on the farm. We learned a lot about the family doing these visits. We also learned what family meant and how important it was.
Please share my love with all our family that were waiting to greet you. Condolences to your sons, Kirk and Artie and their families. May peace be with them through this difficult time. Love Karen
Message from Ellen Woodcock
February 15, 2020 1:43 PM
Back in 1963, I gotta part time job at Bennett’s Department Store was attending college. I ate most of my lunches at The Sandwich Shop. I loved Nina’s Vegetable Soup and ate it almost every day. What I remember most, however, was the dinners she made me on Friday nights when the stores were open late. I was a good Catholic girl who didn’t like fish, so Nina would fix me two poached eggs and four pieces of toast and would serve it to me in the front window where I could sit back and enjoy the crazy goings on as the streets and sidewalks of Frederick would fill up with the most interesting of characters! She was always considerate and kind and so patient and looking at her picture today, I could believe she remained that way all her life. May she rest forever in the peace she has earned.
A candle was lit by Ginnie Sulcer
on February 15, 2020 9:34 AM
Message from Rick Cline
February 15, 2020 5:17 AM
My sympathies to the family, She was an a amazing lady, I had the pleasure of meeting her at the airport years ago, we would share our life’s stories to each other.
Beautiful person inside and out.
Message from With Love & Heartfelt Sympathy Tammy, Dave Bales & Family
February 14, 2020 8:37 PM
Aunt Nina was a sweet, kind, loving person who lived a good long life. Although we never want to see our loved ones go, I think we can all find comfort in knowing she is no longer in any pain or suffering. Wishing the family peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin your journey without her. She will be missed greatly.
Message from Alisa Strobel
February 14, 2020 4:01 PM
My Dear Aunt Nina - you have gone home to heaven to rest in the loving arms of our Lord. I have so many memories of you visiting with my grandmother (Marie) as a child. Not only were you my great Aunt but an amazing lady. RIP Aunt Nina, say hello to my "Nan" and son Christopher for me. You will be missed. Fly high and may God rest your soul. My sincere condolences to the family. Sending much love and many healing prayers.
A candle was lit by Alisa Strobel
on February 14, 2020 3:55 PM
A candle was lit by Joyce Kaempf & Lyndsay Reed
on February 13, 2020 6:16 PM
Message from Joyce Kaempf & Lyndsay Reed
February 13, 2020 6:14 PM
You all are in our thoughts in prayers. Nina was definitely one of a kind & such a sweet soul. ❤
A candle was lit by Mike and Wendy Amoriell
on February 13, 2020 9:39 AM
A candle was lit by Diana Shrout Barret
on February 13, 2020 12:37 AM