Obituary of Nina Schindler
Nina Bloschinsky Schindler, January 15, 1942 - May 22, 2022. Taking God’s hand with courage and grace, our beautiful Mom, Nina Schindler, went to join her family that have passed away before her. She lived her life joyfully, with love and acceptance of others and she died peacefully knowing she was surrounded by love. Nina was and will forever be so deeply loved by her devoted daughter, Rosemary (Brian) Brennan, and her son Paul (Melinda) Schindler. Adored and cherished Baba to her grandchildren Samantha (Jameel) Fayad, Kristen (Tom) Brennan and Brandon Brennan. Nina was thrilled to be the loving Great-Baba Nina to JJ and Keenan Fayad. She was also a very special aunt to Kathy and Lisa Janssen. We know Mom is in God"s care and it’s comforting to know she is now with those of her immediate family who have passed away before her: her parents Sachar and Eugenia Bloschinsky, her 2 brothers Boris and Alex, and her 2 sisters, Mary and Helen. Mom will be deeply missed by her many nieces, nephews and friends. We invite you to join us at EVANS FUNERAL HOME, 648 Hamilton Road, London on Wednesday, May 25 for Visitation from 1 pm - 2 pm, Funeral Service at 2 pm. Burial to follow at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Nina, are asked to consider My Sisters’ Place (MSP) https://cmhamiddlesex.ca/donate-now-tribute-gift-my-sisters-place Her new journey has just begun, and we know she goes with all our love in her heart. Services: Service Date Wednesday, May 25, 2022 Service Time 2 pm Service Location Evans Funeral Home, 648 Hamilton Road, London, Ontario Visitation May 25, 2022 Visitation Time 1-2 pm Visitation Location Evans Funeral Home, 648 Hamilton Road, London, Ontario Burial Date May 25, 2022 Burial Location Mount Pleasant Cemetery, London, Ontario Requested Charity My Sisters' Place
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