April 28, 1925March 16, 2019

Idella NESBITT was born on April 28, 1925 and passed away on March 16, 2019 in Frankfort, Illinois.


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Ingrid Schimnoski

March 25, 2019

My deepest sympathy to Lovie and family and friends of Idella.
In working with Lovie, I would hear many stories about Idella and her dog and it made me smile each time.
Please know that all of us at Kirk Eye are thinking about your family during this time of sadness.
Very much love,
Ingrid Schimnoski


March 23, 2019

I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

-Cindy Topel

Ronald & Katrina Thompson

March 23, 2019

Dearest Family,
To know Idella was to Love Idella. You brought so much joy and laughter to me. Thank you for the time shared with you and your Husband and children's.

Thanks also for being a wonderful Grandmother to my beautiful Niece Quiena Anderson. I will forever think of you. I loved being your hair stylist and the funny conversations we shared. I can see Lovie now shaking her head, because we were being naughty.

Thanks Lovie and Harold for caring for Idella and all the people who has helped you.

God Bless you all.

Cathy Hopp

March 22, 2019

Lovie and Harold my thoughts and prayers are with both of you in these next few days. God's love is ever powerful and he will not leave your side. Much love, Cathy Hopp and family

Kelly Spillane

March 22, 2019

Prayers and blessings to the family of Idella Nesbitt. I have worked with Lovie for the last ten years and have heard many great stories of Idella. She was a beautiful, strong woman who served as an inspiration to many. She lived life!

Kabeerah Hamzat

March 22, 2019

Idella Nesbitt was a beautiful woman! I call her mum and sometimes Grandma. I was with her for about a year as her care giver (2018-2019),and within that short period, I learnt a lot form her. She was loving, and was a giver. She always made sure everyone around her was okay. She called me her little girl. She had a lot of impact in my life. She thought me to live life to it's fullest and"marry a man that wants me" .I loved her, still love her and her loving memory lives on.

Trudy Redus

March 21, 2019

Lovie & Harold Campbell, the Redus family sends their deepest condolences.
Much Love,
Trudy, Carl & Tre'