Rose Nystel

rose nystel
Rose Nystel, age 80, of New Hampton, IA died Saturday, December 1, 2012 at New Hampton Nursing and Rehab. Rose Marie was born on March 12, 1932 in Chickasaw County to Ulysses and Anna (Rohrick) Stansberry. She attended country school in Devon Township. After school she worked on the family farm. On August 14, 1950, Rose was united in marriage to Kenneth Nystel at Trinity Lutheran Church in New Hampton. The couple resided in Chickasaw County where they raised their two children. Throughout the years she worked at several jobs until becoming a homemaker. Rose enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, needle pointing, as well as spending time with her brothers and sisters. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Rose is survived by her son, Marlin “Boomer” Nystel; her daughter Sue (Steve) Wegner, all of New Hampton; her grandchildren, Shawn, Ashley, Brandon and Spencer Wegner; her great-grandchildren, McKenzie and Madison Wegner and Jake Milder; one brother, Lawrence Stansberry of Waterloo, IA; one sister-in-law, Lois Stansberry of New Hampton and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Kenneth on February 23, 1978; her siblings, Ervin Stansberry, Sylvia Nystel, Orella Schwickerath and Edna Maklenburg. Cemetery: Burial will be held at New Hampton Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the family. Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00pm on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at Conway-Markham Funeral Home in New Hampton and will continue at the church one hour prior to the service on Thursday. Funeral services will be held for Rose at 10:30, Thursday, December 6, 2012 at Trinity Lutheran Church in New Hampton with Pastor Kevin Frey officiating.

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  1. Sue and Boomer, so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing.It’s not easy losing your mom, but just think of the many memories, to comfort your pain. If you need anything at all, just give us a call! Friends Always, Leo and Bev

  2. Sue and Family:
    Nothing can ever prepare you for the loss of a mother – the person who probably knows you best of all. We are thinking about you and sending you strength.
    Lottsa Love

  3. We are so sorry to hear about your mother. She was a very special lady that always had a smile on her face. Our deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time.

  4. Dear Boomer & Family, Please know you are in our thoughts & prayers at this difficult time. Take care.

  5. So sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. When I lost my mother, it help me to know that God is a refuge and strenght, a help that is readily to be found during difficult times-Psalms 46:1. May God provide peace and comfort to you, to endure the days ahead.

  6. Boomer and Family:
    Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Charish the memories.
    Darrell, Cindi and Logan Knecht

  7. So very sorry to read about the loss of your Mother. May God give you strength as you grieve her loss.

  8. SueAnn & Boomer, I’m sorry for the loss of your Mother. I have many fond memories of her growing up and her backing the shenanigans we pulled. Thinking of you and you have our sympathy 🙁

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