Beverly Nieberding

In Memoriam

Below is the death notice of Beverly Nieberding, Mother of James "Jim" Nieberding, Class of 1980, and Jeffrey Nieberding, Class of 1983. Mother-in-law of the late Frank Slife, Class of 1962, and the late John Glasstetter, Class of 1964. Grandmother of Michael Glasstetter, Class of 1990, Marc Glasstetter, Class of 1996, Mason Morrow, Class of 2012, Owen Morrow, Class of 2014 and Devan Morrow, Class of 2017. Cousin of the late beloved St. Edward High School teacher, Jim Nieberding. Please keep the Niebderding, Glasstetter, and Morrow families in your prayers.

Beverly J Nieberding (nee Klock) age 98

Beloved wife of the late Kenneth J Nieberding; Dearest Mother of Jean DeVaul (Albert), Judi Slife (Frank, deceased), Janet Moran (R Emmett), Joyce Glasstetter (John, deceased), Jill Hall, deceased, Joseph, (deceased), Jeri Nieberding, Jayne Gillespie (Patrick) Jacqi Phillips (Howard), Jinette Monteleone, (Joseph), James Nieberding, (Kristin Fitch), Julie Morrow, (Scott), and Jeffrey Nieberding. Grandmother of Kristin, Wendy & Ted DeVaul, Matthew, Kevin & Brian Slife, Bridget & Megan Moran, Michael, Marc, & Shanna Glasstetter, Amanda, Courtney, Doug Masaitis & Mara Hall, Tara Nieberding, Jolee Nieberding, Colleen, Heather, Tara, Sarah & Katie Gillespie, Ken & Christopher Phillips, Emily, Julia & Peter Monteleone, Mason, Owen & Devan Morrow, Colin, Ella & Kate Nieberding. Great-Grandmother of 33. Beverly was the Beloved Mother of 13 children. She was born in Belding Michigan in 1924. She moved to Lakewood, Ohio as a teenager when her father, Dale, was transferred there to work in the Bomber/Tank plant (IX Center) during WW II. Bev worked at the Bomber Plant, where she met her her future sister-in-law, Janice Schultz. Janice introduced Bev to her boyfriend’s younger brother Ken. Beverly married Ken in 1944, while he was serving in the United States Army. Upon Ken’s discharge, they moved to Lawn Ave in Cleveland where she maintained the household and Ken worked at Ohio Bell Telephone Company. After Ken’s untimely death in 1974, Beverly raised her children to be her pride and joy. She worked at Lakewood Hospital as a Medical Transcriber for more than 20 yrs. She was a member of St. Clement’s Parish in Lakewood and more recently St. Christopher in Rocky River. She was an avid Cleveland Indian’s fan and loved attending sporting events of her children and grandchildren. She cherished her vacations to Houghton Lake Michigan with her family over the years. Beverly’s family would like to thank the staff of Hospice of the Western Reserve for their loving care to her and all of her family. Mass of Christian Burial, 11am, Monday, April 17, 2023 at St. Christopher Parish, 20141 Detroit Rd. Rocky River, Ohio 44116. Friends received 1 hour prior to Mass.

Posted on: April 13, 2023

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Beverly Nieberding

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