Theda E Nyberg
August 24, 1925 – May 6, 2020
Theda E. Nyberg, 94, passed peacefully at Clover Manor on May 6, 2020.
She was born in Stratton, Maine August 24, 1925 to Walter T. and H. Pearl (Robertson) Jones and graduated from Stratton High School.
She was married to Paul R. Nyberg in 1947.
She was a homemaker, raising four children. In 1973 she was employed at Kmart working in domestics and lay-away, retiring in 1988.
Devoted to her family, she loved family gatherings, especially the Fourth of July cook-outs, where she did all the cooking.
She was a woman of great kindness and strength, beloved by her family.
She is survived by daughters Sylvia (Chuck) Pomeroy of New Milford, Connecticut and Karen D. Nyberg of Auburn; sons John E. Nyberg and Michael R. (Ann) Nyberg of Auburn; stepsons Paul T. (Judy) Nyberg of Auburn and Peter F. Nyberg of Lewiston; 11 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and 9 great-great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her husband of 49 years, her sister Janice Rand, and grandchildren Richard Pulsifer, Donald Pulsifer, Darren Nyberg, and Thomas Nyberg, and son-in-law Gerald Belanger Jr.
Online condolences can be left for Theda’s family at www.thefortingroupauburn.com.
Her family wish to thank the staff at Clover Manor and Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice for the skillful and compassionate care which they provided.
A grave-site service will be scheduled at a later date.
Services have been entrusted to The Fortin Group/Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services 207-783-8545.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Theda E Nyberg
May 13, 2020
Dearest Nyberg Family,
Many, many years ago I met Theda when our husbands went to the Lion's Club. She became a dear friend of mine from that time on. We always enjoyed talking about canning and cooking and we had fun picking berries in her yard. I was so glad I got to see her last fall before I went to Florida. We had a very nice visit together. She was very special to me! She will be missed but I know I will see her again in eternity. I'm thinking of you kids and your families during this difficult time. May God be with you giving you His comfort and strength.
Shirley (and Carroll) Stevens
May 12, 2020
Dear Karen and family,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother.
She lived a good, full and wonderful life. I remember her and your father well.
I am now eighty-three and have good memories of our times together at Elm Street School and especially our skiing jaunts next to my home on Lewiston Street across from the Advent Christian Campground. Fun!!
Your "old" friend,
May 11, 2020
To Mike and family, my heart is very sad for the loss of your beloved mom/grandma, someone so very special to all of you. Praying for God's watch care and comfort over you all!
May 10, 2020
Larry and Marlene Pare wish to share condolences for the family of Theda Nyberg. Larry and Marlene were fellow residents at Clover Manor and wanted the family to know that she will be missed.
May 10, 2020
Dear Karen, John and Mike, My deepest sympathies to you and your families. I have very fond memories of your Mom. She was a fun loving lady, kind and generous. Hold all your wonderful memories close to you to help you through this difficult time. Keep on smiling and laughing as you share you stories of the family with your friends and family. My love to you all.
May 10, 2020
Dear Karen and family. So sorry for the loss of your Mother. This Mother’s Day will be a day of
reflection of all the great memories You have of your Mom. Sincere condolences to you and your families.
May 9, 2020
Theda Nyberg and her family were the first friends and neighbors we ever knew. We grew up across the street on Sunset Ave. Theda and my Mom were best friends...sewing, knitting, shopping and spent lots of time together. Mike, Karen & John were some of our very first and close friends.
Mike and I were especially close. Once when our Moms were shopping the Dads were left in charge. We were about 5 and 6 years old. Mike loved to scare me by saying there was a caterpillar on my back. This one time when he said it, I started screaming and it scared him, so he ran into the side of the house and got a bloody nose. This was the scene when our Moms returned from shopping: both kids crying, Mike with blood on his face, and the Dads having no idea how to handle this! Haha... this is just one of a hundred precious memories. Good people, good times with Theda and her family that I will never forget. God Bless Theda..... Sending my love and peace to her family.
Love, Donna Smith