Martha Jane Nunemacher

12 novembre 192515 septembre 2020

Martha Nunemacher was born in Dayton, Ohio on November 12, 1925. She was born to George and Ruth (Zeller) Prince. Martha is survived by her husband Robert Nunemacher; daughter Janice Newcom of Bloomington; two sons Robert (Michele) of Palmyra, Missouri and James (Manuel Alvarado) of San Francisco, California; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, one sister Dolores Cloran, daughter-in-law Carol Nunemacher, a grandson Wolfgang Nunemacher, son-in-law Lee Newcom, and great-grandson Clyde Nunemacher.

Martha volunteered with Bob for Mobile Missionary Assistance Program and Servants on Wheels Ever Ready for four months of the year for twenty years: assisting camps, churches, handicap centers, and troubled teen centers.

She attended elementary and high school in Dayton, Ohio and graduated from the University of Dayton in 1947 with a BA in Education. Martha taught school in Dayton, Ohio for seven years and was a substitute teacher in Dayton, as well as Bloomington and Normal, Illinois.

Having a strong influence on people who knew or met her, Martha was a member of College Park Christian Church in Normal, Illinois. Martha attended many Bible study groups. She enjoyed outdoor activities, going for long walks, sewing, and quilting: having made quilts for each of her children and grandchildren. In addition to playing the piano, Martha also enjoyed playing the violin in her younger years. She was a member of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. Martha was a strong believer in God and found peace in life that only faith in God can give.


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Martha Jane Nunemacher


Gail Gibson Possert

1 octobre , 2020

Dear Bob, Janice, Robert and James (aka Bobby and Jimmy),
I have so many warm memories of your family from when we were neighbors in Dayton, Ohio. Janice and I were best friends and inseparable, and your house was like a second home to me. Martha was caring and kind, and always made me feel welcome. She will be missed by all who knew her. Your family is in my prayers.

Crystal Thomas

21 septembre , 2020

Martha was a lovely, sweet lady. She will be greatly missed.

Dennis, Kathy, Ted, Barbara Dils

21 septembre , 2020

Was thinking about how Aunt Martha was such a loving, giving, caring, selfless, and funny lady! These qualities made her a very unique individual. We will all miss her immensely!! Thank you Lord for her most wonderful and beautiful life!❤️❤️

Carol Gibson Lewellen

20 septembre , 2020

Hello, Bob, Janice, Bobby, and Jimmy. I am so sorry to hear about Martha. Gail forwarded the information to me.

I have such fond memories of living next door to your family on FerDon Road and babysitting for your family as we kids were all growing up. Martha was always so kind and always had a smile for everyone.

Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

Abi Vance

19 septembre , 2020