Marsha Ann (Mueller) Nye

Born: Sat., Aug. 9, 1958
Died: Sat., Aug. 6, 2016

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Wed., Aug. 10, 2016
Location: Riverview Cemetery

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 Marsha Ann Nye, 77, of South Bend, passed away Saturday, August, 6, 2016, at her residence. Marsha was born August 9, 1938 in South Bend, to the late George and Etta Mae (Kollar) Mueller. On September 6, 1958 in South Bend, Marsha Mueller married Carl Nye who passed away May 27, 2005. Marsha is survived by her daughter, Carlene Nye, of South Bend, son, Jeffrey Todd Nye, of Las Vegas, NV, two grandchildren, Kara Sidorowicz and Karinne Nye, of South Bend, and sister, Karen Eger, of South Bend. Marsha was a graduate of Washington - Clay High School, and a member of Gospel Center Church in River Park. She enjoyed flower gardening, baking, especially her delicious fruit pies, and also sang at Carnegie Hall. Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 10th, at Riverview Cemetery (Mausoleum). Cremation will take place at Welsheimer Crematory. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at

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Marilyn Cherrone
   Posted Mon August 08, 2016
Carlene, Todd, Karinnne. were sorry to hear about Aunt Marsha. Our prayers are with you all

   Posted Tue August 09, 2016
There was never a better neighbor or friend. I will miss her dearly. She was so proud of her flowers and singing at Carnegie Hall. When that trump will sound, we will meet again, dear Marsha.

Albert and Barbara Beutler
   Posted Tue August 09, 2016
We have appreciated Marsha's friendship and want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. May God be with Karen also.

Jim and Robin Hibschma (Murphy)
   Posted Tue August 09, 2016
Heaven's choir just gained a precious soprano. Dearly loved she brought tears when she sang. It wasn't just her voice that pressed into her audience, it was her heart. We sat together in choir when I was younger. I loved teasing her just to hear her laugh. We go back to when I was only 13. Truly she loved Jesus. Truly she is with Him and this passing is merely our temporary loss. She fought long and fought hard. Her battles humbled all of us and put on display God's faithfulness and ironically, the joy and peace only He could give in such suffering. Marsha, you fought the good fight and finished the course! Carnegie Hall is no match for heaven's choir! Enjoy Jesus. We will see you soon! Jim and Robin

Kenny ramsby
   Posted Thu August 11, 2016
Just wanted to give my condolences she was a very nice lady and a beautiful soul15